This weekend Formula 1 returns to the streets of Monaco, having been absent from the reorganised 2020 schedule. Sunday will not only see Honda powered cars take on 78 laps of the 3.3km track, but also another return to the grandstands for the fans.
Home to some of the most famous racing corners and locations in the world, the prestigious Monte-Carlo circuit challenges drivers as they tackle the iconic Swimming Pool and battle it out around the glamorous Casino Square.
The last running of the Monaco Grand Prix in 2019 saw Max Verstappen cross the line in P2, however having been dealt a time penalty in the race after contact with Bottas in the pits, he was demoted back to P4. The team's last top-three finish here came in 2004, with Jenson Button claiming a P2 finish. This weekend we'll be aiming to take home more silverware, as the battle between the Bulls and Silver Arrows continues on into round 5.
Pierre had a solid P5 finish here in 2019, which we're sure will give the young Frenchman confidence around one of his favourite circuits on the calendar. Whilst Yuki has never driven here, we're confident he will get up to speed quickly and we will be working with him to help get as much performance as possible from his car's package.