Indian F2 racer Jehan Daruvala has had a below-average 2023 season as he is ninth in the standings with 32 points. Daruvala will next race at the Monaco GP in Monte Carlo starting Thursday, May 25. It is a race at Circuit de Monaco which are public roads turned into a racetrack. The first F2 race in Monaco took place in 2017. 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. Jehan finished sixth at the Australian Grand Prix and had a podium finish at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, whereas he finished eighth at Monte Carlo in 2022.
What is the schedule for the Monaco Grand Prix 2023?
Thursday, May 25
Practice Session - 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm IST
Friday, May 26
Qualifying Session (Group A) - 6:40 pm - 6:56 pm IST
Qualifying Session (Group B) - 7:04 pm - 7:20 pm IST
Saturday, May 27
Sprint Race (30 Laps or 45 Mins +1 Lap) - 4:45 pm - 5:35 pm IST
Sunday, May 28
Feature Race (42 Laps or 60 Mins +1 Lap) - 12:10 pm - 1:15 pm IST
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. Charles Leclerc (PREMA Racing) holds the fastest lap record in F2, who had a timing of 1:19.309 in 2017.
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 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 race day but less likely than the previous days.