Formula 1: how to watch Monaco GP training and standings on TV and online

Motorsport’s highest category reaches its most iconic destination to face this weekend the seventh date of the world championship. A narrow urban circuit, dangerous by the proximity of its walls, the slowest on the calendar but also technical like no other, where glamor and tradition overflow and the living history of the Formula 1. It’s the Monaco GP. The one every driver wants to win.

And there he will try to repeat the success of last year Max Verstappennew leader of the current competition after staying with the Spanish GP The last Sunday. The world champion took advantage of the abandonment of Charles Leclerc due to a defect of Ferrari as he clearly dominated the race and benefited Sergio “Checo” Pérez’s kindness to lead Red Bull 1-2 and thus add their third consecutive victory after those collected in Imola and Miami, the fourth of the season counting that in Saudi Arabia.

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The other two commitments of the year (Bahrain and Australia) remained in the hands of the Monegasque Leclerc who will now seek to get rid of the thorn in the streets of his Principality, where never even managed to finish a race. Since he couldn’t celebrate Carlos Sainz Jr. on the Montmeló circuit: he was 4th and Ferrari also lost the lead in the constructors’ tournament now in the hands of the Austrian energy drink team.

Last year’s podium at the Monaco GP: Max Verstappen (Red Bull), Carlos Sainz Jr. (Ferrari) and Lando Norris (McLaren). (Formula 1) EFE/EPA/Gonzalo Fuentes / SWIMMING POOL
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mercedesfor its part, arrives with better sensations and renewed illusions of the performance of the W13 in Montmelosolid with george russell stand on the podium and vigorous with Lewis Hamilton in the strong comeback to fifth place after having been 19th at the start due to the touch of Kevin Magnussen (Haas).

Monaco GP: practice and qualifying

The action will begin Friday at 9 (Argentina time) with the first free practice and at 12 p.m. the second training will take place. Saturday at 8 a.m. it will be the third round of rehearsals and at 11 a.m. it will be the turn of the classification. To finish, Sunday at 10 a.m. the race will start.

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All workouts and standings can be seen on the Fox Sports signal on traditional cable. While via the Star+ streaming service All weekend activities, including Sunday’s Grand Prix, will be broadcast live on ESPN. It is also possible to subscribe to the platform specific to Formula 1 (F1 TV) to follow all the activity online.

Formula 1: these are the main positions

Verstappen is leader of the competition, with 110 points, followed by Leclerc with 104 and “Czech” Perez with 85. Next come George Russell (74), Carlos Sainz Jr. (65) and Lewis Hamilton (46). Besides, the constructors’ championship has Red Bull in the lead with 195 against Ferrari’s 169 and Mercedes’ 120.

Monaco GP: a unique circuit

The Monaco Grand Prix it is not only special for its eccentric landscape, for the yachts of the magnates and the stars of the jet-set. The narrowness of the track, elements such as the exit of the tunnel at full speed with the radical change in light and the tight turns, perhaps make it the most difficult test in Formula 1a grueling 78-lap race on a 3,337-kilometre circuit, which totals 260 kilometers of course (the only one that does not exceed 305 in the regulatory total in a GP).

Postcard of the Montecarlo street circuit.  REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
Postcard of the Montecarlo street circuit. REUTERS/Eric GaillardFor: Reuters

Ayrton Sene is the big winner of this race with 6 victories and McLaren remains the most successful brand with 15 crowns despite the last in 2008.

How the 2022 Formula 1 calendar continues

  • Date 8: Azerbaijan GP (June 10-12).
  • Date 9: Canadian GP (June 17-19).
  • Date 10: British GP (July 1-3).
  • Date 11: Austrian GP (July 8-10).
  • Date 12: French GP (July 22-24).
  • Date 13: Hungarian GP (July 29-31).
  • Date 14: Belgian GP (from August 26 to 28).
  • Date 15: Dutch GP (September 2-4).
  • Date 16: Italian GP (9-11 September).
  • Date 17: Singapore GP (September 30 to October 2).
  • Date 18: Japanese GP (October 7-9).
  • Date 19: United States GP (Austin) (October 21-23).
  • Date 20: Mexican GP (October 28-30).
  • Date 21: Brazilian GP (from November 11 to 13).
  • Date 22: Abu Dhabi GP (from November 18 to 20).

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