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Daniel Ricciardo, the first driver to turn in less than 1m11s at Montercarlo

El Montercarlo street map It is, without a doubt, one of the most attractive scenarios that the calendar of the F1. This place where the Monaco Grand Prix It is surrounded by a unique atmosphere that is the product of that mixture of glamor typical of the Principality and the adrenaline that stands out in the highest category. This race was only out of the championship for a few years in the mid-50s and in 2018 it celebrated its 76th edition, of which 64 have awarded points for the World Cup.

Daniel Ricciardo, the first driver to turn in less than 1m11s at MontercarloThe Monegasque circuit is the shortest of the season with 3.377 meters, but it also has other peculiarities that make it unique. It is in the heart of the city, a few meters from the Mediterranean, it has low and medium speed curves, a tunnel, is surrounded by guard-rails and the asphalt layer is very different from that found on any racetrack.

For all this, standing out in Monaco has a special flavor and if it is with a victory, much better. But it can also be with a pole position, as happened this Saturday with the Australian Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) who won his second classification since he is in the Maximum.

His work on the tortuous track was forceful to the point that he set a new record, not only because of his perfect handling and the good ride of his car, but because for this year the Pirelli tire company has compounds that are faster than those used. until 2017.

Daniel Ricciardo, the first driver to turn in less than 1m11s at Montercarlo
Ricciardo's joy. Beside him, Vettel and Hamilton.

The category arrived in Monte Carlo with the record Sergio Pérez as reference. The Mexican, with his Force India, established 1m14s820 / 1000 and it was like the record man. However, Ricciardo took it upon himself to pulverize that brand on several occasions.

The Australian lowered that time on Thursday, when the official activity began. In the first round of training he established 1m12s126 and in the next, 1m11s841. After the hiatus on Friday, in which the promotional events take center stage instead of the activity on the track, Ricciardo remained the man to beat in Saturday's practice with 1m11ss786. But the best was yet to come.

After winning the two previous qualifying cuts without much inconvenience with 1m12s013 y 1m11s278, he literally flew in Q3 and was the only driver in Monaco GP history to lap under 11 minute and XNUMX seconds on nailing 1m10s810. Thus he marginalized by 229/1000 the German Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), who will accompany him in the first row of the grid of the Monegasque race.

If the reference is worth it, in 1950 when the first Monaco GP valid for Formula 1 was held, the pole was marked by the Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo) with 1m50s2 / 10 on a route of 3.180 meters ...

The brand that Ricciardo achieved in Monte Carlo promises to remain intact for some time since by next year the International Automobile Federation intends to change the technical rules so that the cars are slower ...

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Diego durruty

Journalist with 30 years of experience. Worked in magazines STROKE, The graphic, Coequipier y Only TC, on the Internet sites SportsYa!, y and on the radios Rock pop y He covered the Dakar rally for the German agency dpa. He currently drives Two Daring Guys, a car magazine that is broadcast on Tuesdays from 18 to 19 by; is editor of motorsport in Red Bull Argentina, columnist on the show WorldSport (AM Splendid) and in Surf & Rock FM.  He is also a teacher in SPORTS. Now you can read it on his blog:

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