Pre-Race Predictions — Monaco

A different track to the rest..

Keiren Mullage
May 25, 2019 · 2 min read
Grand Hotel Hairpin

The glamorous Monaco Grand Prix is this weekend and offers a different set of challenges to a regular track. Low top speeds but a lot of tight corners that require perfection at all times and can be very harsh on the tyres for a driver. Cars with the best chassis for corners and tyre management will succeed the most here.

Redbull and Verstappen

Toro Rosso


Prediction for best fantasy line up

  • Verstappen
  • Raikkonen or Magnussen
  • Albon
  • Russell or Kvyat

I think its hard to go against Bottas and Verstappen considering their amazing performances and prices.

In terms of the midfield you want someone fast who can put the lap time in qualifying and then ride it home for the race. This sounds like a job for Kevin Magnussen or Raikkonen who sports a respectable car and a wealth of experience at the track.

I feel like the magic in a season winning F1 Fantasy team is between Albon, Kvyat and Russell. These 3 are able to produce a high number of points for their low costs but each come with their own risks for high reward. Russell is sporting the Williams and if there are no DNFs in a race, the points he can score are significantly less. Albon is less experienced and Kvyat has a tendency to get into trouble. I think rotating succesfully through these 3 each week is the best route to success in this game…


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