The program of the seventh round of the World Championship which takes place over the weekend on the Montecarlo track
F1 packed up in Montmeló and moved a little over 600 km east to the Principality of Monaco: next Sunday we are already back on track for the seventh round of the World Championship, on the most famous street circuit in the world. Montecarlo, together with Spa and Silverstone, is the only track in the World Championship already present in the first Formula 1 calendar, 1950 edition. Compared to the other two, however, it is the one that has undergone the least changes and therefore can be considered the most traditional.
As usual, it will be a race in which qualifying will play a decisive role, as overtaking is practically impossible: this could be good news for Ferrari, which this year with Charles Leclerc has already scored 4 poles out of 6 races. The Monegasque finally wants to break the ice in the streets where he was born and answer to Max Verstappen, who has just snatched the top of the world championship with his victory in Spain.
timetables and program
These are the times of the Monaco GP, which will be broadcast in full by Sky Sport F1 and deferred on TV8.
Free practice 1: 2 pm – 3 pm
Free practice 2: 5 – 6 pm
So on TV8 (Deferred)