If you're an
buff looking to spend a whole lot of time not doing whatever work you're supposed to be doing, head over to the Monaco
Library. The site is the Internet version of the book,
The Monaco Grand Prix Library
by Belgian author Roy Hulsbergen. Endorsed by the Automobile Club of Monaco, it details
-- drivers, results, cars, fastest laps, retirements -- and includes photos and commentary from every Monaco GP run since 1929. There's even video, such as the clip from the 1934 GP, won by Algerian driver Guy Moll in his
B 2.9 in 3:31.31. So it might not be the best thing for workplace productivity -- or even Sunday afternoon productivity -- but this is what the Internet is all about.