As we gear up for this weekend’s Monaco GP, let us take a look at the Constructor with most wins at this Grand Prix
Formula One action moves to Monaco following the postponement of the Emilia Romagna GP last week due to inclement weather. The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the oldest and most prestigious racing events in the world. It is one of the races—along with the Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans, that form the Triple Crown of Motorsport. It has a long history in F1, and this is set to be the 80th edition of this Grand Prix. Let us take a look at the most successful Constructors’ in the Monaco GP’s illustrious history.
McLaren is the most successful constructor in the history of the Monaco GP with 15 races wins to its name. Ferrari are a close second with 10 wins while Mercedes have registered 8 race wins in Monaco. Red Bull won the previous two editions in 2021, 2022 and are catching up with the big boys pretty quickly. In fact, Red Bull has 6 wins at the Monaco GP post 2010 – the most for any team.
When it comes to the other teams on the F1 grid at present, only Alfa Romeo (3) and Williams (3) have registered wins at this circuit. While McLaren has most wins as constructor, the later Ayrton Senna is the most successful driver at this Grand Prix, with six wins.
Where do things stand ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix?
Red Bull F1 team are bossing both the Drivers’ and the Constructors’ Championship heading into this weekend’s race. The team dominating the drivers’ championship standings having registered a 1-2 finish in the previous race in Miami. They have made a fantastic start to the season and earlier recorded 1-2 finishes in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan besides a top of the podium finish in Australia. Max Verstappen leads the standings with 119 points followed by his team-mate Sergio Perez, who occupies the second spot with 105 points. Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso lies in the third spot with 75 points – ahead of Lewis Hamilton, Carlos Sainz and George Russell.
In the constructors’ championship, the picture is no different. Defending champions Red Bull are miles ahead of the pack having accumulated 224 points. Aston Martin are significantly behind in second place, having earned 102 points from five races so far. Mercedes is placed third in the leaderboard with 96 points in their kitty – a whopping 128 points behind the leaders.
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