Formula One rolls into Monaco this weekend as Mercedes aim to extend their one-two streak as tribute to three-time F1 champion and Non-Executive Chairman – Niki Lauda, who sadly died earlier this week.
Monaco however is a circuit that can throw up plenty of surprises with its tight and twisty circuit so expect plenty of drama throughout the field.
Circuit: Circuit de Monaco
Race Distance: 260.286km
Tyre Selection: C3, C4, C5
|Session||Day||UK Time (BST)|
|Practice One||Thursday 23rd May||10:00am|
|Practice Two||Thursday 23rd May||2:00pm|
|Practice Three||Saturday 25th May||11:00am|
|Qualifying||Saturday 25th May||2:00pm|
|Race||Sunday 26th May||2:10pm|
- Red Bull have a strong all round car so expect them to be huge threats on a circuit where speed isn’t as important.
- Toro Rosso have had one of their cars finish in points in five of last six Monaco Grands Prix so expect them to feature amongst midfield frontrunners.
- Should Ferrari find themselves leading the race, this is the perfect track to safely play team orders given the difficulty of overtaking.
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