Last race was interesting for two reasons.
The Brawn Team redesigned their car to better fit his driving style and he out qualified his team mate for the first time this year and finished 4th.
Secondly, the combined psychic power of the spanish people forced Lewis Hamilton off the track and nearly exploded Vettel's brakes, giving Alonso second place.
Mark Webber wins. Alonso comes second with a wounded Vettel third. Racing goodness.
Absolutely one of my favorite tracks. Not so much for the racing, as there is little passing and actual racing going on.
But for lack of a better word, the event itself. They (who wrote the book of "it")** refer to the Formula One Grand Prix de Monaco as the Crown Jewel of Formula One. A rather insightful metaphor as, much like any remaining monarchy, the track is fat with anachronism.
The only driver to have won this race 6 times, Ayrton Senna.
The first turn of the first lap is always a good time.
We're watching it today. I know this is short notice but sometimes that's just how it works out.
** Atributed to Mike Gilbert expressing disdain for those who argue with only talking-point knowledge of the subject instead of actual knowledge. At least that's my interpretation.