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Mercedes duo expecting good result for Monaco GP



Mercedes drivers Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg are in no doubt Mercedes will get good result and it’s possible for Monaco Grand Prix.

Schumacher already received five place grid penalty because his collision with Bruno Senna at the Spanish Grand Prix. But he still expecting good strategy will help Mercedes for better results.

“Every time you go there, you just look forward to finally getting out and driving the track,” Schumi explained. “

Of course, knowing that I will lose five positions on the grid does not add to this feeling but this just means that I will have to try even harder.

“I’m actually quite confident that we should look reasonably good in Monaco due to the hard work that everybody in the team is putting into the development of our car. So let’s make the best out of the weekend.”

The Chinese Grand prix winner Rosberg says Mercedes should suit low speed track of the Monte Carlo track featuring low speed nature.

Rosberg said: “I have always been quick around the streets here, and I believe a good result is possible for us next weekend.

“The nature of the track should suit our car but as we have seen at every race so far this season, tyre management will be crucial. With five different winning teams so far this year, at least ten drivers have the chance to win in Monaco so this could be one of the most interesting races there for years.”

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