The good, bad and the ugly - Monaco Grand Prix
Ferrari, who were in a good position in P1 and P2 dropped back to P3. The reason why Ferrari were lacking pace is yet to be revealed, but our guess is that probably Monaco is just not their playground. And the situation is no different in the Lotus garage. Both their cars struggling to even make the top 5, they could only hope to do well going forward.Qualifying is of great importance particularly on a track like this. If a driver qualifies in the top three, he’s a contender for those valuable 25 points. And the one driver, who has shown he had definitely come here to get the sweet victory, is Nico Rosberg. This German had absolutely no pressure from the back as he dominated Practice 1, 2 and 3 with lap times which were nowhere near beatable. The Red Bulls looked completely out of pace on Thursday. But with the help of their reserve Sebastien Buemi, doing no lesser than 400 laps around this narrow track on the simulator, they made significant updates on Saturday which suddenly lifted the reigning champions to a position to contend for pole.