Driving a Brabus-modified six-wheeled Mercedes G-Wagen might make you feel like King Of The World, but you ain’t parking that bedazzled brick in front of this guy’s casino, bud.
Another weekend, another (ahem) racing incident from Daniil Kvyat. Danny baby, please. Lay off the red mist. Stop bumping Kevin Magnussen around. You’re both in Formula One cars, dude. That’s just not going to work.
Jenson Button had a lucky moment in first practice for the Monaco Grand Prix, as a drain cover was sucked up off the road off Nico Rosberg’s car and whacked into the front of Button’s car. Fortunately, the heavy metal piece struck Button’s tire and not the middle of the front of the car, but it wrecked Rosberg’s wing.
Two race cars ended up wrecked at Monaco’s vintage grand prix last week, not by any great fault of their own, but because a track safety crew dropped a historic McLaren off of a crane onto the racing surface.
When Autosport asked “What the hell happened there?” in regards to Lewis Hamilton’s pit stop snafu at Monaco, Mercedes Formula One team boss Toto Wolff shed some light on what makes timing at Monaco more difficult to calculate than it is at other tracks. Now we know more on how that call was botched.
Just kidding! Ferrari’s Kimi Räikkönen asked where the blue flags were as he picked his way through backmarkers in his best Kimi-ese, earning him a nice bleep from the television censors.
Bad luck for Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg this morning at the Monaco Grand Prix. McLaren’s Fernando Alonso collided with him early on in the race at Mirabeau, forcing him to come in for a new wing and rejoin towards the back of the pack.
The rich and famous have gathered in Monaco for the Grand Prix, and now you can vicariously live their life of luxury thanks to MarineTraffic.com. The website allows you to click on the individual yachts and see their names photos, port call history, and more.
Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One driver Max Verstappen had a moment in practice today where he spun out and ate a little wall with one of his rear tires. As you can see, he didn’t want to give that wall back.
How balls-out crazy is the Monaco Grand Prix, exactly? This ride along on Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes for his pole position-winning lap will show you just how absurdly close all the Formula One cars this weekend have to get to the walls to put down a fast lap of the impossibly narrow, windy street circuit.
According to Wikipedia only two funerals, in recorded history, have had greater attendance by free will than Ayrton Senna’s. They were the funerals of Pope John Paul II, who was recently beatified as a saint, and the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Let that settle in for a minute.
I am heading to the Monte Carlo rally and I am making sure you can send your trolling message to the world from there.
What a pain in the ass owning six boats is, amirite my billionaire brothers? Part of that problem might be about to go away for a lucky few– German shipwright shop Kormaran is cooking up a rocket ship for the water that can cycle through six distinct setups on the fly.
What do you do when you have a Formula One World Championship in your name and currently race for Mercedes? You get your AMG V12-powered Zonda 760LH and you rip through the Monaco tunnel to hear it scream.
I try to visit Monaco as often as I possibly can. If you're a car enthusiast, I'm sure you already know exactly why this is: because I enjoy sipping lukewarm table water and spending 19 Euro for a slice of pizza.
When you're talking about Monaco, Lamborghinis and Ferraris are so dull, so boring. Everyone and their uncle's boyfriend has one. If you really want to stand out, you need something ridiculous. Something hilarious. Something obnoxious. You need a C5 Corvette with aftermarket exhaust.
Monaco is a land where the amount of money you have and the car you own is directly correlated to the amount of laws you need to obey. If you are willing to put a Gallardo Super Trofeo car on the street, apparently you can.