Perhaps the most chaotic of races so far this season, the Monaco Grand Prix was interrupted by the silver AMG Benz safety car on no less than four occasions.
Frenchman Romain Grosjean remained true to his nick-name ‘Crash Kid’ during the weekend, crashing his Lotus on four occasions.
His final crash, in the 63rd lap, when he ran up
the rear of Daniel Ricciardo’s Torro Rosso, put
both the drivers out of the race.
In a race where overtaking manoeuvres were few and far between, Force India accounted for the most number with six. Adrian Sutil executed three of them — dashing past Jenson Button on the Loews ‘U’ bend in the 52nd lap, passing Fernando Alonso on the same bend five laps later before hacking down Sergio Perez in the 73rd lap