As the teams have been working hard in Monaco this weekend, analysts and commentators have predicted that there won't be many overtakes in the race, and that the current record of 3 overtakes will not be broken this year. This comes as no surprise as Monaco is historically a hard track to overtake at, and the drivers are still becoming familiar with their cars due to the regulation changes. The same analysts have also predicted that there will be more crashes than overtakes - currently the record for DNFs at Monaco is 19, so we're not expecting that record to be broken any time soon.
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