🇲🇨 THE 2020 MONACO GRAND PRIX
ROUND 6. 21st – 24th May.
1024th F1 GRAND PRIX | 78th MONACO GRAND PRIX | 78th GRAND PRIX AT CIRCUIT DE MONACO
2019 POLESITTER: LEWIS HAMILTON | 2019 WINNER: LEWIS HAMILTON
Thursday 21st May
Free Practice 1 (11am Local Time/ 10am UK Time)
Free Practice 2 (3pm Local Time/ 2pm UK Time)
Saturday 23rd May
Free Practice 3 (12pm Local Time/ 11am UK Time)
Qualifying (3pm Local Time/ 2pm UK Time)
Sunday 24th May
The 2020 Monaco Grand Prix (3:10pm Local Time/ 2:10pm UK Time)
- Information about the race weekend, such as DRS zones and track changes, will be posted here.
🇲🇨 WEEKEND MILESTONES AND RECORDS
- If a Mercedes powered car wins this weekend, Mercedes engines will equal Ford Cosworth as the most successful engine manufacturer at the Monaco Grand Prix.
- A win for Lewis Hamilton at the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix would see him become the ninth driver to have taken back-to-back wins at the event since the start of the F1 Drivers’ Championship in 1950. Pole position would see him become the eleventh driver to take consecutive poles at the circuit.
- Should Ferrari take pole this weekend, they will equal McLaren as the team to have taken pole on the most occasions at the Monaco Grand Prix. McLaren have started from pole position here eleven times in total.
- If Lewis Hamilton completes 67 laps of the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix, he will become the eighth driver to have raced 1,000 laps in Monaco. The other drivers to have done so are Graham Hill, Rubens Barrichello, Michael Schumacher, Fernando Alonso, Kimi Räikkönen, Felipe Massa and Jenson Button.
You can find more information about the records which could be broken this weekend in our Milestones and Records to Beat post.
ALL THE INFO
Click the links below to see all the stats and circuit history you could need ahead of the race!
- Monaco: The Ultimate Track Guide
- Monaco Track Stats
- Milestones and Records to Beat
- Team Form
- Driver Form
- Grid Slot Stats
- Monaco Power Performers
- 2018 Monaco Grand Prix Statistics
2019 RACE RECAP
On a weekend where Formula 1 remembered the life of Niki Lauda, Lewis Hamilton brought home a fitting victory in tribute, despite pressure from Max Verstappen.
Formula 1 headed to Monaco in a sombre mood following the death of Niki Lauda. Teams paid tributes with messages on their cars, while Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel each opted to run special tribute helmets. In his first home race with Ferrari, an unimpressed Charles Leclerc was eliminated in Q1. Hamilton started from pole but the action in the opening stages came courtesy of Leclerc, who made his way from sixteenth on the grid to twelfth. But his race unravelled as he picked up a puncture by making contact with Nico Hulkenberg and he eventually retired after sixteen laps. The major drama of the afternoon came during the pit stops, as Max Verstappen was unsafely released from his pit box into the path of Valtteri Bottas. Bottas was forced to take avoiding action and damaged his front wing on the barriers. Verstappen picked up a five second penalty for the incident. The track became blocked at La Rascasse as Kubica and Giovinazzi made contact, bringing out the yellow flags. Verstappen closed in on leader Hamilton in the second half of the race, causing Hamilton to become wary of the threat from behind. Despite nearly passing the Mercedes at the chicane after the tunnel, and making light contact, Verstappen’s attempts were ultimately futile due to his penalty. Hamilton took his third Monaco victory, while Vettel and Bottas took the final podium positions.
PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULES
The world’s media will have the opportunity to talk to the drivers on the Wednesday before the race. Appearing in the Drivers’ Press Conference for this race weekend will be:
The media also be talking to prominent members of Formula 1’s teams on Thursday. Appearing in the Teams’ Press Conference for this race weekend will be:
Each weekend a former Formula 1 driver, or a driver from another prominent series of motorsport, joins the stewards to help judge any incidents from a drivers’ perspective. The Driver Steward this weekend will be TBC.
The weather forecast for the week ahead at the circuit currently looks like this:
FASTEST EVER LAP
Pirelli are yet to reveal which tyre compounds will be used for the Monaco Grand Prix weekend. Each driver’s selection of tyres will be announced closer to the event.
RECENT FASTEST LAPS IN EACH SESSION
|Free Practice 1||1:13.425 (Lewis Hamilton)
||1:12.126 (Daniel Ricciardo)||1:12.106 (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Free Practice 2||1:12.720 (Sebastian Vettel)
||1:11.841 (Daniel Ricciardo)||1:11.118 (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Free Practice 3||1:12.395 (Sebastian Vettel)
||1:11.786 (Daniel Ricciardo)||1:11.265 (Charles Leclerc)|
|Qualifying||1:12.178 (Kimi Raikkonen)
||1:10.810 (Daniel Ricciardo)||1:10.166 (Lewis Hamilton)|
|Grand Prix||1:14.820 (Sergio Perez)||1:14.260 (Max Verstappen)||1:14.279 (Pierre Gasly)|