F1 Monaco 2021 is iconic, historic, glamorous, unpredictable, fashionable…… The words of the whole world are not enough to describe the race in Monaco, only feels, only drives. it needed to be done. That’s what every F1 driver can confirm with. Monaco Grand Prix strikethrough in our F1 season 2020 was been as a drama, which needed to be done.
The drivers are all desperate to get back out on track and experience the thrill of navigating a Formula 1 car around the streets of Monte Carlo once again. Also you have as many as 5 reasons to watch F1 Monaco without breaking away this time.
#1 First of all – it is the Circuit de Monaco!
No objections! This is a city circuit, it is difficult to overtake here, and everything is possible at the same time. Drivers love being able to make a difference themselves in a place where the limitations of a car can be more compensated by the driver. Therefore, F1 Monaco 2021 offers a real test, where qualifying is of enormous importance.
#2 Iconic place – fashionable dress: McLaren cars suit Gulf colours.
F1 Monaco 2021 race is a good time to celebrate a spectacle with two iconic teams down at McLaren and Williams. 750 up for Williams: While McLaren are recognising a partnership, Williams are celebrating a milestone in their history as they enter their 750th Grand Prix. The entire car has been modified with a fantastic design, but there will also be fresh overalls, special driver helmets and bespoke team kits.
As announced on Sunday, McLaren will be presenting a classic livery in the signature Golf colors for the Monaco weekend, the likes of which have never been seen in Formula One but have been used in sports car history.
#3 Time to find out who is the best rookie in Formula 1 2021
No other place is so much better than the Monaco Grand Prix to test our newcomers. Next up is the test on the streets of the Circuit de Monaco: Yuki Tsunoda Alpha Tauri, Mick Schumacher Haas F1 and Nikita MAzepin Haas F1. The Russian driver is convinced that the Circuit de Monaco is 100% suited to him. However, that does not mean that Nikita Mazepin match as well, so we would not be in a hurry to get so hot in his place. This will be a real test for them as current F1 drivers.
#4 Lewis Hamilton or Max Verstappen will win F1 Monaco 2021?
As fashionable as F1 Monaco fits with Lewis Hamilton’s victory, dare not say it to the crowd of Max Verstappen’s fans. In the last two or three days, the battle between them has not disappeared from the headlines of all the media after the Spanish Grand Prix.
The Mercedes driver will have to show all his strength on Saturday, while the Red Bull driver theoretically will have to be patient on Sunday, but that is only a prediction.
Furthermore, everyone has won when the other has started from pole position, and Hamilton had to overtake Verstappen in both Portugal and Spain to win.
#5 The chance to play the ace on Monaco Grand Prix
Although, it’s hard to overtake on Monaco street circuit, there is always a percentage of absolute unpredictability. Maybe M. Verstappen will win, maybe L. Hamilton, or maybe we will even celebrate Sunday with a victorious shoe from Daniel Ricciardo! All this clears the way for another Red Bull driver Sergio Perez.
F1 Monaco 2021 is a chance for the Mexican to show everything he is capable of at the moment. Red Bull team principal Christian Horner was pretty clear. After Spanish Grand Prix he added they “desperately need” Perez in the battle for strategic. As on Portugal Grand Prix Checo was not at the front alongside Verstappen, Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. Hhe was stuck behind slower cars in the first half of the race. In Monaco, where the track position is even more important, this definitely cannot happen.
F1 Monaco 2021 schedule (local time)
Monaco GP takes place over 78 laps of the 3.337-kilometre Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo on Sunday, May 23
|WEDNESDAY 19th MAY|
|Formula 1||Press Conference||14:00 – 17:35|
|THURSDAY 20th MAY|
|FIA Formula Regional by Alpine||Practice Session||08:30 – 09:20|
|FIA Formula 2||Practice Session||09:45 – 10:30|
|Formula 1||First Practice Session||11:30 – 12:30|
|Formula 1||Press Conference||13:00 – 14:00|
|FIA Formula 2||Qualifying Session (Group A)||13:20 – 13:36|
|FIA Formula 2||Qualifying Session (Group B)||13:44 – 14:00|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||14:15 – 14:25|
|FIA Formula 2||Press Conference||14:30 – 15:00|
|Formula 1||Second Practice Session||15:00 – 16:00|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||16:15 – 16:45|
|Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup||Practice Session||17:15 – 18:00|
|FRIDAY 21st MAY|
|FIA Formula Regional by Alpine||Qualifying Session (Group A)||07:55 – 08:25|
|FIA Formula Regional by Alpine||Qualifying Session (Group B)||08:33 – 09:03|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||09:18 – 09:25|
|Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup||Qualifying Session||10:00 – 10:30|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||10:45 – 11:00|
|FIA Formula 2||First Race (30 Laps or 45 Mins)||11:45 – 12:35|
|Promoter Activity||Alpine Track Activity (High Speed, Track Closed)||13:00 – 14:00|
|FIA Formula 2||Press Conference||13:05 – 13:35|
|SATURDAY 22nd MAY|
|FIA Formula 2||Second Race (30 Laps or 45 Mins)||08:20 – 09:10|
|Formula 1||Team Pit Stop Practice||09:15 – 09:35|
|FIA Formula 2||Press Conference||09:40 – 10:10|
|FIA Formula Regional by Alpine||First Race (30 Min + 1 Lap)||10:15 – 10:50|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||11:05 – 11:25|
|Formula 1||Third Practice Session||12:00 – 13:00|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||13:10 – 13:40|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||13:40 – 14:25|
|Formula 1||Qualifying Session||15:00 – 16:00|
|Formula 1||Press Conference||16:00 – 17:00|
|Promoter Activity||ACM VIP Guest Tour||16:10 – 16:40|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Track Closed)||16:10 – 16:40|
|FIA Formula 2||Third Race (42 Laps or 60 Mins)||17:15 – 18:20|
|FIA Formula 2||Press Conference||18:50 – 19:20|
|SUNDAY 23rd MAY|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Circuit Closed)||09:05 – 09:35|
|Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup||Race (17 Laps or 30 Mins)||10:20 – 10:55|
|FIA Formula Regional by Alpine||Second Race (30 Mins + 1 Lap)||11:50 – 12:25|
|Promoter Activity||ACM Guest Laps (High Speed, Circuit Closed)||12:40 – 13:10|
|Formula 1||Drivers’ Parade||13:20 – 13:50|
|Promoter Activity||ACM VIP Guest Tour||13:25 – 13:55|
|Promoter Activity||Honour Lap – HSH The Prince and The Princess of Monaco||14:00 – 14:10|
|Formula 1||‘We Race As One’ Gesture||14:43 – 14:44|
|Formula 1||National Anthem||14:44 – 14:46|
|Formula 1||Grand Prix (78 Laps or 120 Mins)||15:00 – 17:00|
Despite the pandemic F1 Monaco 2021 will be a home race for most Formula 1 drivers: current and former. We expect many interesting comments from David Coulthard and Nico Rosberg.