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Monaco GP has more crashes and fewer overtakes than any other Formula 1 track, stats reveal

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Monaco GP has more crashes and fewer overtakes
than any other Formula 1 track, stats reveal

Monaco Grand Prix has fewer overtakes, on average, than any other major Formula 1
track in the world
● China, Bahrain and Germany are all far more exciting – with the most overtakes on
average in the world
● However, there are more crashes on average at this course than any other
● South Korea, Singapore and Azerbaijan are also dangerous for drivers

The Monaco Grand Prix may be one of the most glitzy events on the Formula 1 calendar, but there are fewer overtakes and more crashes on average than any other track.
Narrow streets and winding roads in Monte Carlo have seen the likes of Jenson Button, Alberto Ascari and Martin Brundle succumb to horrific crashes over the years.
Research from BonusCodeBets has determined that, while there are just 10 overtakes per race at Monaco, there are 3.2 crashes on average.
This is more than any other track, with South Korea, Singapore and Azerbaijan also dangerous for drivers. Similarly, Tuscany and the Netherlands are notorious for overtakes – whilst China, Bahrain and Germany are far more open and exciting.

GPNumber of RacesTotal OvertakesOvertakes per Race
Monaco1212010.00
Tuscany11919.00
Netherlands24723.50
Emilia-Romagna37525.00
Australia1234528.75
70th Anniversary12929.00
Mexico721430.57
Saudi Arabia39531.67
Hungary1341231.69
Singapore1140136.45
Russia829236.50
Styria27336.50
Great Britain1347736.69
India312040.00
Azerbaijan624140.17
Austria936941.00
Eifel14141.00
Italy1353541.15
Japan1145741.55
Spain1355242.46
Abu Dhabi1355342.54
France417343.25
Canada1151446.73
Qatar14949.00
South Korea419949.75
USA1050550.50
Sakhir15151.00
Malaysia841351.63
Belgium1367852.15
Miami211256.00
Europe422656.50
Portugal211457.00
Turkey422957.25
Brazil1273961.58
Germany850463.00
Bahrain1382363.31
China1074574.50
Grand PrixDrivers CrashedNumber of Total RacesNumber of Races with CrashCrashes per Race
Monaco3812113.2
South Korea12443
Singapore2811102.5
Azerbaijan12542.4
Australia2412102
Brazil181071.8
Russia14861.75
Belgium221391.7
Emilia-Romagna5331.7
Canada161161.5
Japan151171.4
Britain171381.3
USA121061.2
Germany9841.1
Hungary131361

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