Monaco GP under pressure to change after Leclerc’s processional victory

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The Monaco Grand Prix is under pressure to find ways to adapt after a ­strikingly uneventful procession on the streets of Monte Carlo was won by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc on Sunday.

The Monégasque’s first victory at his home race was delivered with calm command from pole, including a restart after a horrific opening-lap accident, in which the Red Bull of Sergio Pérez was all but destroyed. However, with the race red-flagged, the teams were able to change tyres, removing the requirement for a pit stop; what ensued was 75 laps of a turgid train to the finish line.

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Written by Giles Richards in Monaco
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