The Monaco GP was one of the most boring races in the last few years, as overtaking issues once again marred the most celebrated race in the F1 calendar.
Daniel Ricciardo, who was suffering from a power loss issue for more than half of the race was able to hang onto his lead as Vettel found it extremely tough to get past the Australian.
Almost all drivers criticised the Monaco GP for its processional nature, particularly Alonso and Hamilton who did not mince their words one bit, terming it as one of the most boring races ever.
F1 is trying to get a lot of street races into the F1 calendar, but there is this common fear amongst all the stakeholders that the new street races could also turn out to be drab as Monaco.
Wolff wanted people to step back a little bit and look at all the other street races in the calendar and see how engaging and fun they were.
“There are some very interesting street races. If you look at Baku and how the circuit has been laid out with the long straight, it provides spectacular racing,” Wolff said.
“Monaco in the past has provided spectacular racing simply because of how close you can race here and with the climate conditions changing, Safety Cars etc.
“So we mustn’t swing between a depression and exuberance. This time is the depression again. Next weekend we have a good race and everybody is falling into mania about great racing.
“It’s just that there are days like these.” he added.