The Formula One regulations state drivers must use both types of tyre compounds during every race.
Below is the order in which each driver used his tyre compounds in the Monaco Grand Prix, as recorded by Bridgestone:
Ferrari Marlboro Kimi Raikkonen Wet Wet Wet Super Soft Super Soft Felipe Massa Wet Wet Super Soft BMW Sauber Nick Heidfeld Wet Wet Soft Soft Robert Kubica Wet Wet Soft Renault Fernando Alonso Wet Extreme Extreme Soft Nelson Piquet Extreme Soft DNF Williams Nico Rosberg Wet Wet Wet Wet Soft DNF Kazuki Nakajima Wet Soft Red Bull Racing David Coulthard Wet DNF Mark Webber Wet Soft Toyota Jarno Trulli Wet Extreme Wet Soft Timo Glock Wet Extreme Wet Soft Scuderia Toro Rosso Sebastien Bourdais Wet DNF Sebastian Vettel Wet Soft Honda Racing Jenson Button Wet Wet Wet Soft Rubens Barrichello Wet Super Soft Force India Adrian Sutil Wet Soft DNF Giancarlo Fisichella Wet DNF McLaren Lewis Hamilton Wet Wet Soft Heikki Kovalainen Wet Wet Soft
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