Monaco Grand Prix 2019 Live Schedule
Here is the schedule for Monaco Grand Prix 2019:
|Date||Day||Session||Time (Local)||Time (GMT)||Time (ET)|
|23 May||Thursday||Practice 1||11:00 – 12:30||09:00 – 10:30||05:00 – 06:30|
|Practice 2||15:00 – 16:30||13:00 – 14:30||09:00 – 10:30|
|25 May||Saturday||Practice 3||12:00 – 13:00||10:00 – 11:00||06:00 – 07:00|
|Qualifying||15:00 – 16:00||13:00 – 14:00||09:00 – 10:00|
|26 May||Sunday||Race||15:10 – 17:010||13:10 – 15:10||09:10 – 11:10|
How to Watch Monaco Grand Prix Live Online
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Monaco Grand Prix 2019 Build Up
Monaco Grand Prix is the most glamorous race in the F1 calendar. From location, to after race parties, from celebrities to all the luxuries, this is considered to be the most awaited race weekend every year. The anticipation is high as the race is coming closer.
📜 Steeped in history
✨ Home of the fast and famous
💎 The crown jewel of @F1
You already know what it is… 😉
— Pure Pit Wall (@PurePitWall) May 20, 2019
— Automobile Club MC (@ACM_Media) May 18, 2019
— Pirelli Motorsport (@pirellisport) May 14, 2019
#F1 #MONACOGP EARLY WEATHER OUTLOOK – High pressure system ensures dry weather on Thursday. Between Friday and Saturday there will be risk of showers, but still differences in models regarding timing. On Sunday it gets dry again. On Wednesday I will update the forecast again. pic.twitter.com/c8z1oMtVaF
— Rodolfo Alves (@Rodolfoar07) May 19, 2019
— Charles Leclerc #16 (@LeclercNews) May 16, 2019
Quick Facts about the Circuit de Monaco
Here are some fun facts about Circuit de Monaco where Monaco Grand Prix 2019 will take place:
1. Circuit de Monaco is commonly known as ‘Monte Carlo’ because it is located largely inside the Monte Carlo neighborhood of Monaco.
2. Circuit de Monaco has many elevated shifts, tight corners, and quick turns, which makes the circuit one of the toughest tracks in F1 racing.
3. Circuit De Monaco has both the slowest and the fastest corner in Formula One. The slowest one being the Grand Hotel hairpin – taken at just 50kph (31mph), and the fastest being the flat out kink in the tunnel, three turns beyond the hairpin – taken at 260kph (160mph).
4. This circuit is generally recognized as the most unsafe circuit in Formula 1 racing. Though the former F1 winner Michael Schumacher has said that this additional risk is justifiable once a year, but we don’t think other drivers agree with him completely.
Monaco Grand Prix 2018 Results
|Race Podium||1. Ricciardo/RedBull||1:42:54.807|
|Fastest Lap||Verstappen /RedBull||1:14.260|
Check out the complete Formula 1 Schedule 2019 Season here.