Function: verb
Etymology: Sim Racing
1. In online sim-racing; a rare condition whereby a driver with an imperfect connection to the server, losing all downstream traffic from the server but continuing to send upstream data TO the server, proceeds to mount and/or otherwise wreck one or more drivers whom he cannot see on his end. In such a scenario, said driver manages to absolutely obliterate any cars he comes into contact with, without having even a scratch on his own car. See also E Monaco.
In the BCS race earlier today, this guy's connection flipped out under caution and he straight-up Reverse Monaco'd the entire lead pack.
by Bill Lang August 17, 2006
Function: verb
Etymology: Sim Racing
1. In online sim-racing; a rare condition whereby a driver with an imperfect connection to the server, losing all downstream traffic from the server but continuing to send upstream data TO the server, proceeds to mount and/or otherwise wreck one or more drivers whom he cannot see on his end. In such a scenario, said driver manages to absolutely obliterate any cars he comes into contact with, without having even a scratch on his own car. Opposite of E Monaco.
In the BCS race earlier today, this guy's connection flipped out under caution and he straight-up Reverse Monaco'd the entire lead pack.
by Bill Lang August 19, 2006

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