Why Alonso and Hamilton were wrong about Monaco

Why Alonso and Hamilton were wrong about Monaco

After a non-eventful Monaco Grand Prix last weekend, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton aired their frustrations on the quality of racing at the event. But were they right to adopt such a stance?

The Monaco Grand Prix may not have been an in-your-face thriller, but I don't buy Fernando Alonso's and Lewis Hamilton's assessment that it was probably the most "boring" race of all time.

Daniel Ricciardo's performance as he brilliantly battled a car that was 161bhp down on his pursuers - especially after the 2016 victory at Monaco was so cruelly snatched from him - was edge of the seat stuff.

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