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

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The season of Formula 1 returns after more than 20 days of downtime due to the suspension of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix due to heavy rain in Italy. In view of the Monaco GP, which will take place from 26 to 28 May, Red Bull will try to extend the leadership of both classifications.

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The suspension inside Imola caused another stalemate in the current season, which sees two-time world champion Max Verstappen at the top of the drivers’ standings with 119 points. He is closely followed by his teammate Sergio Pérez, with whom he has alternated 1-2 in four of the five races held so far.

Checo stayed with the victory in the Monte Carlo circuit last season, and a hypothetical victory would allow him to reach the top of the standings for the first time in his career. The Mexican has collected 105 units so far and is 14 behind Verstappen.

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Toto Wolff has clarified doubts about the possible arrival of Hamilton in Ferrari.

Toto Wolff has clarified doubts about the possible arrival of Hamilton in Ferrari.

For its part, Red Bull leads the constructors’ standings with 224 units, a far cry from Aston Martin’s 102 points and Mercedes’ 96 points, which see Fernando Alonso (3rd) and Lewis Hamilton (4th) battling in the most top of the ranking. .

Indeed, the seven-time champion of the Formula 1 made headlines in recent days for an alleged 40 million euro offer from Ferrari to join the team at the end of the year, despite the driver having repeatedly stated that his goal was to continue at Mercedes after terminated the contract at the end of the season.

Toto Wolff, director of the Mercedes team, referred to Hamilton’s possible departure and said: “There is nothing between Hamilton and Ferrari. Those rumors come up every two years when we have to renew his contract. All that has been said is false. ” .

Formula 1: when the Monaco GP takes place.

Formula 1: when the Monaco GP takes place.

“With Hamilton we talk normally, without time pressure. The sad thing is that two friends, two blood brothers who have been on good terms for ten years, suddenly have to discuss money,” he added.

Timetables and how to see the Monaco GP on TV

The first two training will be held on Friday, May 26 from 8:30 to 12:30 (Argentina time)respectively, during sprint training and classification will be held on Saturday 27 from 7.30 and from 11, respectively. Similarly, the career will release the Sunday from 10.

The Formula 1 season can be followed through the category’s own platform (F1 TV Pro), with the negotiation of the package for all competitions, in addition to training and qualifying tests. Likewise, in Argentina it will also be available live via streaming on the Disney platform, Star+.

Formula 1: drivers table

  1. Max Verstappen: 119 points
  2. Sergio Perez: 105 points
  3. Sergio Perez: 105 points
  4. Lewis Hamilton: 56 points
  5. Carlos Sainz: 44 points
  6. George Russell: 40 points
  7. Charles Leclerc: 34 points
  8. Lance Stroll: 27 points
  9. Lando Norris: 10 points
  10. Pierre Gasly: ​​​​8 points
  11. Nico Hulkenberg: 6 points
  12. Esteban Ocon: 6 points
  13. Valtteri Bottas: 4 points
  14. Oscar Piastri: 4 points
  15. Zhou Guanyu: 2 points
  16. Yuki Tsunoda: 2 points
  17. Kevin Magnussen: 2 points
  18. Alexander Albon: 1 point
  19. Sergeant Logan: 0 points
  20. Nyck De Vries: 0 points

Formula 1: constructors table

  1. Red Bull: 224 points
  2. Aston Martin: 102 points
  3. Mercedes: 96 points
  4. Ferrari: 78 points
  5. McLaren: 14 points
  6. Alpine: 14 points
  7. Haas: 8 points
  8. Alfa Romeo: 6 points
  9. Alfa Tauri: 2 points
  10. Williams: 1 point

Formula 1: 2023 calendar

  • Bahrain GP: 3-5 March
  • Saudi Arabian GP: March 17-19
  • Australian GP: from 31 March to 2 April
  • Azerbaijan GP: April 28-30
  • Miami GP: from 5 to 7 May
  • GP of Emilia Romagna: from 19 to 21 May
  • Monaco GP: 26-28 May
  • Spanish GP: from 2 to 4 June
  • Canadian GP: June 16-18
  • Austrian GP: from 30 June to 2 July
  • British GP: July 7-9
  • Hungarian GP: from 21 to 23 July
  • Belgian GP: from 28 to 30 July
  • Dutch GP: 25-27 August
  • Italian GP: from 1 to 3 September
  • Singapore GP: from 15 to 17 September
  • Japanese GP: from 22 to 24 September
  • Qatar GP: from 6 to 8 October
  • US GP: October 20-22
  • Mexican GP: from 27 to 29 October
  • GP of Brazil: from 3 to 5 November
  • Las Vegas GP: November 16-18
  • Abu Dhabi GP: 24-26 November

Source: Clarin

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