Programme For 2015 Monaco Grand Prix


Monaco StartIf you love Formula One action then you appreciate how crucial Monaco Grand Prix is to the F1 calendar. Not only do you get to view thrilling action on the most iconic F1 circuits, but there is also a lot of glamour to the city for you to sample. It is no wonder that Monaco is described as the jewel crown of F1 calendar.

Now that the 2015 season has started, why not take a look at this year’s program from May 21st to May 24th? Here are the highlights:

1.       Free Practice, Thursday 21st May

If you want to start enjoying a feel of race action early then you should buy a free practice ticket to assess your favorite driver. There is closure of track to road traffic from 6 am in the morning. However, it is not until 10 am that you will get to see F1 1st free practice and 2nd practice later in the evening.

2.       Explore Monaco on Friday 22nd May

Porsche Supercup 2013If you want to explore Monaco then Friday is the best day to do it. There is no F1 action though road traffic is still closed on the track for Porsche Supercup qualifying and GP2 first race. Of course there is a lot to do in Monaco from nature walks to super car drives out of town with friends. You will never have a boring minute in the city.

3.       Enjoy Qualifying Tension on  Saturday 23rd May

This is when real action will begin as drivers seek to hone their pace during 3rd practice from 11 am, before finally going for real action during qualifying from 2 pm. If you remember the drama between Schumacher and Alonso in 2006, or the tension between Hamilton and Rosberg last year then you appreciate why the tussle for pole position can be so thrilling.

A lot will be at stake here because pole position is critical on the tight track where overtaking chances are minimal. As Hamilton and Rosberg will most likely be dueling again, you cannot dare miss this action.

4.       The Game is On, Sunday 24th May

If there is a day in the Formula One season that every fan waits for with relish, it has to be Monaco GP Sunday. There are 78 laps of pure thrill and fun, and you can bet this year will provide another showdown between the maestros behind the wheels. Of course there are after parties which you can’t dare miss in order to mingle with your favorite drivers and unwind before heading home.

Now you know how to follow the action for the 2015 Monaco GP; just make sure you get there because this is where F1 champions are molded. Visit www.PrestigeGrandPrix.com for tickets, hotels are more.


Intriguing issues: 10 interesting inquiries for the 2015 season


Nico_Rosberg_2010_Malaysia_race1. Can anyone depose Mercedes?
There were instances during last year when Mercedes seemed to be unassailable. However while there have been unfavorable mutterings of zones where the Silver Arrows can enhance further not long from now, history proposes that rehashing that level of predominance will be an amazingly tall assignment. So can Mercedes’ opponentsbeat what was unbeatable?

2. Will Sebastian Vettel’s entry revitalize Ferrari’s fortunes?
Obviously, some enormous changes have been made in the Ferrari;s team during the winter: executive Pat Fry and boss planner Nikolas Tombazis have both left, while Maurizio Arrivabene has been acquired as the head of the team instead of Marco Mattiaci.

3. Could McLaren and Honda revive the enchantment of old?
Being partners for five seasons during the late eighties and early nineties, the British group and Japanese motor maker won an remarkable 44 races and additionally four crowns as well as four constructors’ titles.
4. Is Daniel Ricciardo capable of leading Red Bull’s title charge?
His pace was never questionable, yet throughout the span of an exceptional last year’s season Daniel Ricciardo demonstrated that is capable of handling weight and flourishing in the hotness of fight – characteristics that are frequently signs of the sport’s most noteworthy drivers.

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5. Will Nico Hulkenberg score No 1 position?
The Nico’s capacity to reliably work close to the highest point of his and his auto’s potential cannot be in question- he was among top ten in 14 of the 19 races during last year–yet regardless of agreeably outscoring Force India buddy Sergio Perez throughout the span of last season, it was the Mexican who conveyed the group’s just platform complete (in Bahrain), and who excruciatingly approached other in Canada.

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6. Will Williams at the end come back to winning ways?
The history demonstrates that Williams have won only one time in the previous decade. On the substance of it they have an exceedingly decent stage to change that measurement in this year, having made enormous strides both in the background and on the track a year ago – a movement that has proceeded over the winter.
7. Could Sauberreturn the position after hopeless last year’s battle?
The championship table from last year made for inauspicious perusing at Sauber, as they neglected to score a point without precedent for their glad 20-year history. The discontent has been trailed by a winter of progress, including annew drivers.

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8. Will Mexico be as competitive a race as it was in the past?
In its past pretense Mexico City’s AutodromoHermanos Rodriguez was an overwhelming test for man and machine, offering, amongst different things, a famously rough surface and a fearsome last corner. That was Peraltada.

9. Is a change to Mercedes power what Lotus need to come back to winning ways?
Lotus didn’t such a great amount of fall as plunge from favor in 2014. From Grand Prix champs in ‘12 and 2013, they attempted to break out of Q1 on occasion a year ago; and having already conveyed the battle to any semblance of Red Bull and Ferrari, race triumphs – without taking into consideration a title challenge – were abruptly miles away.

10. Will Toro Rosso’s young bet pay off?
There’s no doubt: Toro Rosso’s choice to match Max Verstappen with Carlos SainzJr in their driver line-up speaks to one of the boldest moves in late F1 history.