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Vandoorne keen on conservative approach to Monaco weekend

Stoffel Vandoorne has stressed the importance of 'staying out of trouble' throughout the Monaco Grand Prix if the McLaren F1 Team want to boost their chances of a first top five finish in the Constructors' Championship in four years. Vandoorne succumbed to mechanical failure at the Spanish Grand Prix just over a week ago and is eager to finish at a track he took victory at on his way to the GP2 Series crown in 2015. Previewing the prestigious race, the Belgian said that some of the charm of Monaco comes in its unpredictability. 'In Monaco, the whole race weekend is about staying out of trouble,' he said. 'Even if you’re not directly involved in an incident, the Safety Car can cause chaos...
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