Monaco F1 Grand Prix 2023: Start Time, Full Schedule, Weather Forecast and How to Watch it on TV
Racing has rightly been put on hold in recent days as efforts focused on flooding in Emilia Romagna, which led to the cancellation of round six of the F1 season at the Italian circuit.
But rain is also forecast for Monaco – luckily not to the same extent – as Max Verstappen looks to continue his fight for a third consecutive world title.
The legendary street circuit has served Red Bull well over the years, particularly as it denied home favorite Charles Leclerc serious glory on the narrow and twisty roads.
Mercedes will also get a chance to test its upgrade package after installing a number of upgrades for Lewis Hamilton and George Russell at Imola.
When is the Monaco Grand Prix?
The Monaco Grand Prix takes place this weekend, with the race scheduled for Sunday 28 May 2023.
When is the Monaco Grand Prix held?
The full session schedule is as follows (all times BST):
- First practice: Friday, 12:30 p.m
- Second practice: Friday, 4 p.m
- Third practice: Saturday, 11:30 a.m
- Qualification: Saturday, 3 p.m
- Race: Sunday, 2 p.m
Weather forecast for the Monaco Grand Prix
There is a good chance that there will be a wet race on Sunday.
The weather forecast earlier in the week calls for showers and sunny spells on all three days of racing, with the possibility of thunderstorms.
How to watch the Monaco Grand Prix
TV channel: The full weekend will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, with race coverage starting Sunday at 12:30pm on F1. Free highlights are available at 6:30 p.m. on Channel 4.
Live broadcast: Sky Sports subscribers can tune in online via the Sky Go app.
Live blog: Follow every minute of the race with Standard Sport’s live blog.
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