Discover the schedules and channels broadcasting the fifth round of the Formula 1 World Championship, live from Monaco.
Act V of duel Lewis Hamilton – Max Verstappen. The two pilots meet this weekend on the intractable Monaco urban layout, two years after Formula 1’s last visit to the Principality (the 2020 edition had been canceled in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic). This year’s poster also leaves room for some outsiders like Valtteri Bottas, Sergio Perez or the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz.
Timetables and channels below
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Thursday, May 20
- 11:10 am – Free practice 1 (Canal + Sport)
- 13h15 – F2 Qualifications (Canal+ Sport)
- 2:40 p.m. – Free practice 2 (Canal + Sport)
Friday May 21
- 11h40 – F2 – Course 1 (Canal+ Sport)
Saturday May 22
- 08h10 – F2 – Course 2 (Canal+ Sport)
- 11:45 am – Free practice 3 (Canal + Sport)
- 2:45 p.m. – Qualifications (Canal + / 2:55 p.m. on Tip! K in Belgium)
- 17h05 – F2 – Course 3 (Canal+ Sport)
Sunday 23 May
- 2:00 p.m. – La Grille (Canal + / 2:30 p.m. on Tip! K in Belgium)
- 3:00 p.m. – Start of the Monaco Grand Prix (Canal + / Tip! K in Belgium)
- 4:55 p.m. – Formula One, the debrief (Canal +)
Since 2013, the Canal + group holds the rights to Formula 1 in France, with comments from Julien Febreau and Jacques Villeneuve. The previous broadcaster – TF1 – has nevertheless broadcast some Grand Prix in agreement with the encrypted channel in previous years. This “loan” is not renewed this season. To follow the Monaco Grand Prix live on French territory, it is therefore necessary to be a subscriber to Canal +.
For Belgium, RTBF will broadcast the qualifications and the race on its second channel, now called Tip! k. As has been the case for 25 years, Gaëtan Vigneron will be at the microphone this weekend.
Another solution lies in the streaming service (online broadcast) F1 TV Pro. Available in French – with the Belgian commentary – it allows you to watch all the sessions, as well as the Formula 2 tests and races. The subscription is billed at a little less than 65 euros per year and also gives access to the archives of the FOM, with 40 years of Grand Prix.
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