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Monaco Qualifying Debate is Nonsense

Heading into the Monaco GP, drivers and teams are concerned about weekend traffic. That’s not the normal everyday road traffic that circulates the streets of Monte-Carlo when F1 isn’t in town, but the potential threat that the new teams could ruin the laps of the frontrunners around the short and very narrow circuit. The main area of concern is the 20 minute Q1 session where there will be 24 cars competing to get into Q2. If all 24 cars were on the track at the same time there would be an average gap of 139 meters between each car. Time-wise, there would be an average of 3.125 seconds between each car. Of course the cars won’t be spaced out evenly on the track so you get the potential for problems. There were proposals ove...

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