F1: Monaco Grand Prix schedule and where to watch it on TV

The fifth round of the season, which is none other than one of the most iconic Formula 1 circuits. In its 78th edition, the Monaco Grand Prix It is celebrated again every time that last season it was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Lewis hamilton, once again, it reaches Monte Carlo as leader of the World Cup, in this case with 94 points. A total of 3 victories in 4 races gives him an advantage of 14 points over his most immediate pursuer, who is none other than the young driver from Red Bull, Max Verstappen, second with 80 points.

Valtteri Bottas, squire of Hamilton, is already third classified in the World championship with 47 points, ahead of the English McLaren driver, the young Lando norris, which adds up to 41 points. On the part of Ferrari, Charles Leclerc is fifth classified just one point behind Norris (40 for the Monegasque), while the Spanish Carlos Sainz He is further behind in his first races with the Prancing Horse team, as he occupies eighth place with half the points of his teammate, 20. Sainz knows he has work ahead of him to be more competitive, so he will have to give what best of himself in this Monaco Grand Prix 2021.

Veteran Fernando Alonso, on his return to the Formula 1 at the controls of Alphine, currently occupies the twelfth place with only 5 points, so he must react since his partner, Or with it has double the points, since it adds up to 10.

It is very difficult to overtake in Monte Carlo, since the circuit is in the middle of the city and there are very few areas enabled to overcome your rivals, so the classification and the start take on a special relevance.

The Monaco Grand Prix It will have a capacity close to 50% of the total, which ensures that up to 7,500 fans will be able to enjoy the fifth grand prix of the season, where in addition the route is unique and one of the most recognized in the whole Formula 1 World Cup.

Schedule of the Monaco Grand Prix 2021

Thursday May 20:

Free practice 1, from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm

Free practice 2, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Saturday May 22:

Free practice 3, from 12.00-13.00

Classification, from 15.00 – 16.00

Sunday May 23:

Race at 3:00 p.m.

Where to see the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix?

During this season you can see the F-1 and consequently the Monaco Grand Prix 2021 through various options such as the platform DAZN or by Movistar Plus. The Formula 1 thematic channel of Movistar Plus has come to be called DAZN F1 and DAZN1 and DAZN2 channels are already enabled. You can follow all the live information about the event on the Mundo Deportivo website.