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GP Week : Issue 156
While some thought it wasn't the most entertaining race, the fact that it was the closest ever top-four finish at Monaco meant it was a tight one throughout. You're always looking for shots that will capture the essence of the race, and I think that's what this one does. Having the leading five cars all in a row and in one shot together so late in a race is very rare, but you can also see just how tight the track is. There's no way past – the barriers are so close you know that one mistake will end the race for somebody, and Webber was under a great deal of pressure too. Look how close the marshals are to the cars too – you don't get that anywhere else. It really is such a unique race. Mark Sutton – Canon EOS-1D Mark IV | ISO Speed: 800 | Zoom length: 70mm | Exposure 1/500 sec THROUGH THE LENS ... Monaco F1 Grand Prix