One of the most eagerly awaited GPs of the Formula 1 season is approaching: from 24 to 27 May everyone will be on track in Monte Carlo. Here's how to follow the Monaco race online
After a weekend that was, to say the least, complex in Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix, Ferrari will try to make up for it in the splendid setting of the Principality of Monaco. Sunday, May 27, in fact, is scheduled for the Monaco GP, sixth round of the 2018 F1 World Championship calendar that, as always, can be followed live streaming for free.
Viewing the results of last year, the Monegasque city track seems to be the ideal stage to revive the world ambitions of the duo Vettel-Raikkonen. In 2017, the two Ferrari drivers occupied the first row of the grid (which, in Monaco, is worth half a victory), with the German driver taking the top step of the podium. Fundamental, therefore, follow all stages of the race weekend, starting from free practice on Thursday, continuing with the official practice of the GP of Monte Carlo (start scheduled at 15:00) and, finally, the race, with the green light at 15:10.
Munich Grand Prix 2018 Formula 1: schedules
Like all European races, the Monaco Grand Prix of Formula 1 will not require improbable wakes to fans of the four wheels. Be careful, however, because in Monte Carlo traditions are different from the other circuits of the Formula 1 world championship. It starts on Thursday (May 24) with Free Practice, scheduled for 11 am. And in the afternoon from 15 the start of the second session. Friday is a day of rest and a glamorous parade for the drivers. Then on Saturday it's back to business, after the third and final session of Free Practice scheduled for 12 noon, everyone on track from 3pm for the Qualifying sessions. Sunday, May 27 at 15:10 finally is the time to mark in your diary. At that time, the 2018 Formula 1 Monaco GP will take place.
How to watch the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix live streaming on SkyGo
The appointment with the 2018 Formula 1 Monaco GP will be live and exclusive for subscribers to the Sky pay-TV sports package. On Sky Sport F1 we will be able to follow every moment of the Monegasque weekend, from the first Free Practice to the post-race press conferences. Obviously, Sky subscribers will be able to see the Monaco GP live streaming for free, directly on their smartphone or tablet. If you already have a commitment scheduled for Saturday or Sunday, no fear: to follow the race of the Monte Carlo GP live streaming just download Sky Go on your device, use the credentials of your personal account and tune into the channels dedicated to Formula 1.
How to see the Monaco Grand Prix 2018 deferred on TV8
Non-Sky subscribers will be able to see the qualifying and the race of the Monaco GP 2018 deferred on TV8. On Saturday at 23:15 we will be able to watch an extensive summary of the qualifying while on Sunday at 21:30 the replica of the Monte Carlo GP. If we don't have the possibility to watch TV8 from our home TV, no problem: just connect to the channel's website to watch in streaming both the qualifying and the race.