Teams And Machines To Expect At Monaco Grand Prix 2015

If you are a Chicago Bulls fan then it behooves on you to know which team they will be facing in the championships. In Formula One, the same principle applies making it imperative to know the players to expect on the track.

If you live and love Formula One then you know that it is all systems go from March 15th at the Australian GP. From that point on, you will be eagerly waiting for the jewel of the F1 calendar, which is Monaco Grand Prix 2015.

As you start the countdown to May 21st, you need to know who will be on the circuit. Here is a brief overview:


Red Bull: This is the surprise package that gave F1 Sebastian Vettel, but the Austrian outfit will now feature Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil kvyat. With a Renault engine, the 4 time constructor’s title winners are under pressure to resume to winning. Their 50 race wins and 57 pole positions point to the latent potential as they celebrate their 10th anniversary in F1.


Mercedes: The German team has a self-powered engine which is a big advantage. Fresh from winning the constructors’ title and with 3 drivers’ championship titles to boot, it is the team to watch. With 29 race wins and 35 pole positions in 108 races, the only way to go is up for Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton and Rosberg have everything going for them and dethroning them might need a miracle, or does it?


Ferrari: The team is now characterized not by wins but musical chairs in management and drivers’ seats. Well, Vettel a four-time champion is replacing Alonso as the lead driver and will partner with Kimi Raikkonen, the 2007 champion. With an impressive 221 overall wins in 890 races over 65 seasons, this is a team that oozes experience. This is a team that is rebuilding, but trust Vettel to push hard.


Williams: The British team based in Oxfordshire was a surprising 3rd in the constructors’ championship in 2014. However, 2015 is a new game altogether, and while the team of the experienced Felipe Massa and fast-learning Valtteri Botas is fine, Williams can’t challenge for the title. Its records are from a bygone era with 114 race wins and 128 pole positions, which most young fans can’t even recall. It is a tough call to say the least.


McLaren: The Surrey based British team was 5th in the constructors’ championship in 2014. However, the entry of Alonso, a double championship winner and a Monaco GP two time winner, will change things. With 182 race wins, 155 pole positions, this is a team that can leverage experience to do big things. Can Alonso and Jenson Button, the 2009 champion, optimize the new Honda engine to win races? The ongoing testing at Jerez puts a dark cloud on such hopes.

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Force India: The Indian team finished an impressive 6th in the constructors’ championship and has not won a race in the 7 seasons it has competed. Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg are in the drivers’ seats, but the outlook is anything but bright for the Silverstone based team.

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Toro Rosso: This is Red Bull’s young drivers’ team, which features the youngest drivers in F1, Carlos Sainz Jr. and Max Verstappen. The two rookies are expected to light the track, but at their age, this is easier said than done.


Sauber: Pointless in the championships in 2014, this is a team in dire constraints though they got drivers who are willing to buy the seats. Missing preseason testing at Jerez is surely no way to set things right. Felipe Nasr will partner Max Ericsson for a team that has competed in 22 seasons and only won 1 race.


Lotus: The engine powered Lotus is improving if you believe one of the drivers Romain Grosjean. Well, if Pastor Maldonado won’t crash every time, the reconstructed car might win some points.

Now you know the players, just wait for the thrill at Monaco Grand Prix 2015.

Top best: Button’s finest Grand Prix drives

Following quite a while of vulnerability encompassing his future in Formula One dashing, Jenson Button saw in the New Year in style in the wake of affirming a broadened deal with McLaren and after that wedding long haul accomplice Jessica Michibata in Hawaii.


Making a sprinkle as a freshman, Germany 2000

He had officially scored focuses in simply his second Grand Prix in Brazil; however, it was at Hockenheim
that Button genuinely reported himself in his maiden F1 season. From keep going on the framework – the outcome of his motor not inflaming – the Briton at first attempted to make progress up the request.

d04rsm1074The principal post, San Marino 2004

Crisp from two straight platform, Button delivered a stunning lap at Imola in 2004 to claim his first F1 shaft position, a quarter of a second in front of Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher – and a full second clear of his BAR buddy Takuma S. The Briton kept that playing point toward the begin, driving Schumacher as the pair quickly pulled far from whatever is left of the field.

Germany 2004
Jenson touched base at Hockenheim on an electrifying run of six platform and 10 focuses completes/finishes from the initial 11 Grands Prix of 2004. Also notwi thstanding a 10-spot lattice drop constraining him to begin from thirteenth, he cleared out with that record – and his prospering notoriety – all that much upgraded after what he later marked “without uncertainty the best race of my F1 vocation”. Despite the fact that his first lap yielded only one addition, he was soon scything some way or another through the field: he drove twice as his opponents made prior stops, and by mid-separation was dogging Renault’s F. Alonso in a battle for second. 2004 HD wallpaper F1 GP Germany_16

Hungary 2006
Strange summer electrical storms implied this was bound to be a race of theater and surprises even before Jensen’s charge. At the same time through his splendor in dubious conditions the Briton would rule all the features: after 113 races without a win, his hold up was finished in fitting style. He was the man to watch toward the begin as he made fast advance from fourteenth on the lattice – the aftereffect of a motor change punishment – to ascend to fourth after only seven laps. His advancement proceeded, and by mid-separati on he was second and battling to close up on Renault’s F. Alonso.


The unlikeliest of triumphs, Australia 2009
This was tall tale stuff: after a winter of instability and discontent, Jensen and Brawn cavorted to post and triumph in Australia, conveying an empathic early explanation about their 2009 title accreditations. Just a couple of months prior, the Briton hadn’t even been certain he would be on the matrix; now he had his second Grand Prix win and an auto that was the reasonable class of the field as the season commenced.


A modern fantastic classic, Canada 2011
This was a win for the ages, a classic that will be remembered for all time. It was additionally ostensibly Button’s finest. From the over of the field, the Briton charged through the request to grab triumph on the last lap – the “best triumph of my profession,” as he put it at the time. “I battled some way or another from last to first to win the race, and I overwhelmed the autos before me on the track – it couldn’t have been much sweeter. I cannot quit grinning!!