Upcoming 2021 F1 Race Schedule: When and Where Will the Next Race Take Place?

Upcoming 2021 F1 Race Schedule: When and Where Will the Next Race Take Place?

  1. The Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix is up. This is one of the most significant races in the championship and comes after the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix’s cancellation due to bad weather and flooding. Unfortunately, organizers have no plans to reschedule the Imola event due to a busy schedule in 2023. Last year’s F1 Monaco race was won by Sergio Perez, while Carlos Sainz finished second, and Max Verstappen came third. Notably, Charles Leclerc, who hails from Monaco, has never finished on the podium at his home race. Meanwhile, the Mercedes team will introduce upgrades to the vehicles of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell. Here is all the information you need:

    When is the Monaco Grand Prix? The sixth F1 race weekend of the 2023 season is set to be held from Friday, May 26, to Sunday, May 28. The race schedule is as follows: FP1 at 12:30 pm (BST) and FP2 at 4 pm on Friday. On Saturday, FP3 will take place at 11:30 am followed by the qualifications at 3 pm (BST). The race on Sunday will begin at 2 pm (BST).

    How can I watch it online and on TV? In the UK, Sky Sports will broadcast the Monaco Grand Prix, while in the USA, it will be on ESPN.

    Driver Standings:
    1. Max Verstappen – 119 points
    2. Sergio Perez – 105 points
    3. Fernando Alonso – 75 points
    4. Lewis Hamilton – 56 points
    5. Carlos Sainz – 44 points

    Constructors’ Championship:
    1. Red Bull – 224 points.
    2. Aston Martin – 102 points.
    3. Mercedes – 96 points.
    4. Ferrari – 78 points.
    5. McLaren – 14 points

    What are the driver line-ups for 2023?
    – Max Verstappen
    – Sergio Perez

    – Charles Leclerc
    – Carlos Sainz

    – Lewis Hamilton
    – George Russell

    – Esteban Ocon
    – Pierre Gasly

    – Lando Norris
    – Oscar Piastri

    – Valtteri Bottas
    – Zhou Guanyu

    – Fernando Alonso
    – Lance Stroll

    – Kevin Magnussen
    – Nico Hulkenberg

    – Yuki Tsunoda
    – Nyck de Vries

    – Alex Albon
    – Logan Sargeant

    What is the 2023 F1 calendar?
    F1 Monaco – 26-28 May
    F1 Spain – 2-4 June
    F1 Canada – 16-18 June
    F1 Austria (sprint weekend) – 30 June-2 July
    F1 Great Britain – 7-9 July
    F1 Hungary – 21-23 July
    F1 Belgium (sprint weekend) – 28-30 July
    F1 Netherlands – 25-27 August
    F1 Italy – 1-3 September
    F1 Singapore – 15-17 September
    F1 Japan – 22-24 September
    F1 Qatar (sprint weekend) – 6-8 October
    F1 United States (sprint weekend) – 20-22 October
    F1 Mexico – 27-29 October
    F1 Brazil (sprint weekend) – 3-5 November
    F1 Las Vegas – 16-18 November
    F1 Abu Dhabi – 24-26 November

Maxwell Thompson is a seasoned political correspondent who has covered elections, policies, and international relations for over a decade. With a degree in political science and a natural curiosity for global politics, Maxwell brings a unique perspective to his writing. In his downtime, he enjoys reading historical biographies and analyzing political trends.

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