Formula One - Monaco Grand Prix: Everything You Need To Know

The most famous race on the planet returns this weekend
07:00, 25 May 2023

Well, Italy was a complete wash out. After Max Verstappen won in Miami, fans were excited to see the Red Bull battle continue at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, but Mother Nature had other ideas. A copious amount of rain led to severe flooding and as a result the racing weekend was postponed. 

Now though, we head to one of the famous circuits of the season, as the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix takes place this weekend. The glitz and the glamour of Monte Carlo is unmatched anywhere in the world and now one of the most famous sporting events on the planet is here. 

Where: Circuit de Monaco, Monaco

How To Watch: Sky Sports F1. Highlights will be shown on Channel 4. 



Friday May 26

Practice One, 12.30pm 

Practice Two, 4pm

Saturday May 27

Practice Three, 11.30am

Qualifying, 3pm

Sunday May 28

2023 Monaco Grand Prix, 2pm

The Track:

First Grand Prix: 1929

Laps: 78

Circuit Length: 3.337 km

Distance: 260.286 km

Lap Record: 1:12.909 (Hamilton, 2021, Mercedes)

2022 Winner: Sergio Perez


Betfred Odds:

Race Winner - Driver

Max Verstappen: 6/5

Sergio Perez: 3/1

Charles Leclerc: 4/1

Fernando Alonso: 5/1

Lewis Hamilton: 25/1

Carlos Sainz: 25/1

George Russell: 25/1

Lance Stroll: 80/1

Lando Norris: 400/1

Esteban Ocon: 400/1

Pierre Gasly: 400/1

Oscar Piastri: 500/1

Nico Hulkenberg: 750/1

Kevin Magnussen: 750/1

Alex Albon: 1000/1

Guanyu Zhou: 1000/1

Valtteri Bottas: 1000/1

Logan Sargeant: 1000/1

Nyck De Vries: 1000/1

Yuki Tsunoda: 1000/1

Race Winner - Team

Red Bull: 4/9

Ferrari: 7/2

Aston Martin: 5/1

Mercedes: 14/1

Alpine: 250/1

Mclaren: 300/1

Haas: 400/1

Alphatauri: 750/1

Alfa Romeo: 750/1

Williams: 100/1

Current Standings:

Top Ten Drivers

Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing), 119PTS

Sergio Perez (Red Bull Racing), 105PTS

Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), 75PTS

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), 56PTS

Carlos Sainz (Ferrari), 44PTS

George Russell (Mercedes), 40PTS

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), 34PTS

Lance Stroll (Aston Martin), 27PTS

Lando Norris (McClaren), 10PTS

Nico Hulkenberg (Haas) 6 PTS


Red Bull Racing, 224PTS

Aston Martin, 102PTS

Mercedes, 96PTS

Ferrari, 78PTS

McLaren, 14PTS

Alpine, 14PTS

Haas, 8PTS

Alfa Romeo, 6PTS

AlphaTauri, 1PTS

Williams, 1PTS

*18+ | BeGambleAware | Odds Subject To Change 

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