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Bob Bondurant and his wife Patricia exchanged vows on the tarmac of the Monaco Formula One track on May 14. Spectators who gathered for the F1 race were treated to a different kind of spectacle when the two walked out onto the track with a handful of friends and family as witnesses. Bondurant has a special affinity for the Monaco course – he snagged a fourth-place finish there in 1966 and helped film the legendary movie Grand Prix on the track as well. While the Bondurants were already mar

We've wrapped up our Beijing Motor Show coverage as April closes and May begins, signaling the end of the major international auto show season. We'll have a spring and summer full of concours, racing, meets, exhibitions and more to keep us busy though until the new car reveals pick up again in October at the Paris Motor Show.

Martini girl in Monaco – Click above for high-res image gallery

2009 Monaco Grand Prix - Click above for high-res image gallery

Perhaps the most spectacular crash saw one of the oldest drivers, David Coulthard, lose control on the wet track surface and smash his Red Bull car into the Armco barrier, only to be rear-ended by one of the newest drivers, Sebastien Bourdais, in the sister Toro Rosso. Both cars had to be lifted out by cranes. Meanwhile Lewis Hamilton ran a nearly flawless race that was blemished by only one incident when the young driver smacked his right rear tire on the close barrier, slashing his tire and fo

If you're an F1 buff looking to spend a whole lot of time not doing whatever work you're supposed to be doing, head over to the Monaco Grand Prix 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 everything -- 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