THE Formula 1 remains in Europe after Victory of Max Verstappen in Monaco and the riders are ready to compete for the eighth day of the championship, waiting to find out what will happen with the Emilia Romagna GP suspended at the end of May. In front of Spanish GPstipulated for the weekend between June 2 and 4, Red Bull will try to keep their distance in both classifications.
The two-time champion of Formula 1 He took his fourth win of the season and further extended the lead with his main pursuers: he reached 144 drives in the drivers’ standings and is 39 points behind Sergio “Checo” Pérez (105), who finished 16th in France. The podium is completed by Fernando Alonso, who finished 2nd in the last race and reached 93 points.
So far Red Bull has won all six races (four for Verstappen and two for Pérez) and maintains the overall lead in the constructors’ championship for the Spanish GP: adds 249 units and doubles the points of Aston Martin (120) and Mercedes (119).
The third winningest team in the history of Formula 1 He added several points in the constructors’ standings thanks to 4th and 5th place finishes by Lewis Hamilton and George Russell in Monaco and significantly closed the gap to the British team.
The case of Ferrari is different, which has not yet managed to repeat the results obtained in the first half of last season and today observes the dominance of Red Bull from afar.
In Monaco, Carlos Sainz started fourth but finished eighth, while Leclerc managed to hold onto sixth place from the start. Both drivers are respectively in 6th and 7th place in the drivers standings.
Mercedes’ problems in Monaco
It wasn’t the ideal weekend for the Mercedes team though, as the crane lifted Hamilton’s car into the air after the seven-time champion Formula 1 He was hit in one of the pre-race workouts.
Who came out at the crossroads was Toto Wolffwho criticized the action of the marshals who lifted Hamilton’s car and completely exposed the floor of the Mercedes: “Whoever was driving the crane probably worked for Cirque du Soleil. I honestly don’t understand it”.
“The car was on the track, they could have loaded it into a truck. They were showing the car to everyone. It wasn’t optimal for us, to say the least,” commented an angry Toto Wolff.
Timetables and ways to follow the training sessions and classifications of the Spanish GP on TV and online
The first two training sessions took place on Friday 2 June, starting at 8:30 and 12:00 respectively (Argentina time), while Sprint training and qualifications will take place on Saturday 3 from 7.30 to 11, respectively. Similarly, the the race will start on Sunday 4 June from 10.
The Formula 1 season can be followed through the category platform (F1 TV Pro), with the stipulation of the package for all the races, in addition to training and classification tests.
Likewise, in Argentina it will also be available live via streaming on the Disney platform, Star+. And on the cable system it’s available on Fox Sports.
Formula 1: drivers table
- Max Verstappen: 144 points
- Sergio Perez: 105 points
- Fernando Alonso: 93 points
- Lewis Hamilton: 69 points
- George Russell: 50 points
- Carlos Sainz: 48 points
- Charles Leclerc: 42 points
- Lance Stroll: 27 points
- Esteban Ocon: 21 points
- Pierre Gasly: 14 points
- Lando Norris: 12 points
- Nico Hulkenberg: 6 points
- Oscar Piastri: 5 points
- Valtteri Bottas: 4 points
- Zhou Guanyu: 2 points
- Yuki Tsunoda: 2 points
- Kevin Magnussen: 2 points
- Alexander Albon: 1 point
- Sergeant Logan: 0 points
- Nyck De Vries: 0 points
Formula 1: constructors table
- Red Bull: 249 points
- Aston Martin: 120 points
- Mercedes: 119 points
- Ferrari: 90 points
- Alpine: 35 points
- McLaren: 17 points
- Haas: 8 points
- Alfa Romeo: 6 points
- Alfa Tauri: 2 points
- 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
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