F1 has visited Monaco almost every season since its inception in 1950 and it has been one of its most grand events. T he Monaco Grand Prix 2023 is set to take place on Sunday, May 28. It is a race at Circuit de Monaco which are public road turned into a race track. Alongside the Indianapolis 500 and 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Monaco Grand Prix forms what is known as the ‘Triple Crown’ of motorsport. The Monaco Grand Prix was set to be the seventh round of the season but with the cancellation of the 2023 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, it becomes the sixth.
Red Bull have been unstoppable so far in F1 2023, claiming wins in all five of them, four of those with one-two finishes. Max Verstappen is at the top of the Drivers’ Championship with 119 points which consists of three wins and five podium finishes.
What is the schedule for the Monaco Grand Prix 2023?
Friday, May 26
Free Practice 1: 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm IST
Free Practice 2: 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm IST
Saturday, May 27
Free Practice 3: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm IST
Qualifying: 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm IST
Sunday, May 28
Race: 6:30 pm IST
Where to watch the Monaco Grand Prix 2023 in India?
The Monaco Grand Prix will not be broadcast on any channel in India.
Where to watch the live stream of the Monaco Grand Prix 2023 in India?
The live stream of the Monaco Grand Prix 2023 is available only on F1 TV Pro in India.
What are the specifications for the track used for the Monaco Grand Prix 2023?
The Circuit De Monaco is very narrow, iconic, and 3.337 km long and it has existed since 1929. The lap record here is held by Lewis Hamilton who completed a lap in 1:12.909 in 2021.
What is the weather forecast for Monaco Grand Prix 2023?
Rain is a big factor and is expected on the Free Practices and the qualifying days. It is still possible on the race day but less likely than the previous days.
How does the F1 Championship Table stand?
In the Drivers’ Championship, Max Verstappen sits at the top with 119 points, followed by teammate Sergio Perez at No.2 with 105 points. Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso stands at No.3 with 75 points with Lewis Hamilton at No.4 with 56 points and Carlos Sainz at No.5 with 44 points.
In the Constructors’ Championship, Red Bull racing continues at the top with 224 points followed by Aston Martin at No.2 with 102 points and Mercedes and Ferrari at No.3 & 4 respectively.