Mansell gets Monaco stewards role

Nigel Mansell will serve as the driver representative on the stewards' panel at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.

The 1992 World Champion, who also filled the role at the British and Belgian Grands Prix last year, will be joined by FIA vice-president Jose Abed and Paul Gutjahr, who is the president of the FIA Hill Climb Commission on the three-man team.

A first-place trophy in Monaco is one of the few things missing from Mansell's silverware cabinet as the 58-year-old's best results are two second-place finishes in 1991 and 1992 with Williams.

Besides racing for the Grove-based Williams, Mansell also had stints with Team Lotus, Ferrari and McLaren during his 16-season F1 career.

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