Call it motor racing's version of the
Three of the sport's most celebrated races take place Sunday: Formula One's Monaco Grand Prix, followed by the
The Formula One race on the streets of Monte Carlo is perhaps the series' most glamorous event, and the question this year is whether anyone can stop the Mercedes team.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg captured the season opener in Australia and then his teammate and former champion Lewis Hamilton won the next four in a row. Rosberg also is the defending winner of the Monaco Grand Prix.
"It's the most challenging race to win and the most prestigious race to win," Rosberg told reporters Wednesday.
Then it's on to the 98th running of the Indy 500 at the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where Tony Kanaan is the defending winner and where more than 200,000 spectators typically gather for the legendary race.
Joining the 33-car field at Indy will be NASCAR's