Monaco isn’t just the most prestigious race of the year: It’s also the most important qualifying session of the year, because there’s little chance to pass after the start.
Sergio Perez does not go along with the widely-held view that the Monaco Grand Prix circuit is one of the toughest on the Formula One calendar.
Pirelli will continue to use the same tyre allocations as last year for the next four races.
The 2015 F1 calendar will feature a record-breaking 21 races as South Korea makes a surprise return to Formula One next year.
The FIA has published the official 2015 F1 calendar which includes 20 races.
The return of the Mexican Grand Prix next year will increase the 2015 F1 calendar to 20 races.