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Monaco Grand Prix: When and where to watch Round 8 of 2024 F1 Championship

Will Max Verstappen take the podium for a sixth drivers’ championship in Monaco and extend his team, Red Bull Racing’s lead over Ferrari as well.

Monaco Grand Prix: When and where to watch Round 8 of 2024 F1 Championship
Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen has won 5 of the 7 races so far this season and will look for a 6th in Monaco

Last Updated: 02.18 PM, May 21, 2024


The eighth calendar event of the 2024 F1 season heads to Monaco this weekend. The 10 teams, with 2 drivers each, will be at the Circuit De Monaco, widely considered one of the sport’s most famous, given that it is a street circuit of 3.337 km with 19 bends, that the drivers navigate for 78 laps for a total of 260.286 km.

The race will be held on May 26 at 6.30 pm (IST), with the practice sessions and Qualifying slated for May 24 and 25. All the sessions can be streamed live on FanCode with OTTplay Premium. What makes the Monaco Grand Prix challenging, is that the narrow streets offer very few passing opportunities, with the driver in pole position most likely to finish it first. Currently Lewis Hamilton holds the record for the fastest lap in Monaco.

Top 5 drivers in 2024 F1 season

Driver Wins Losses Podium Points
Max Verstappen 5 1 1 161
Charles Leclerc - - 4 113
Sergio Perez - - 4 107
Lando Norris 1 - 3 101
Carlos Sainz Jr 1 - 2 93

3-time Drivers’ champion Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing, who is looking for a 4thconsecutive season championship and a 7th podium finish in 2024, has won the won the Monaco Grand Prix in 2021 and 2023. In the 7 races of the season so far, he was on pole position in all 7, won 5, stood second in 1 and retired from another. With 161 points to his credit, Max is way ahead of Charles Leclerc with 113 points. Close on Leclerc’s heels is Max’s teammate Sergio Perez at 107. Verstappen and Perez have given Red Bull Racing (268) a massive lead over Ferrari (212).

Top 5 teams in 2024 Constructors Championship

Team Points
Red Bull Racing 268
Ferrrari 212
Mc-Larren  154
Mercedes 79
Aramco 44

The 2024 F1 season will have a total of 24 races, including the Chinese Grand Prix, which had been cancelled since 2019, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. It began in Bahrain in February, followed by Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, China, Miami and Italy, with Monaco next in line. The season will end in December in Abu Dhabi.

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