F1: Monaco GP qualifying schedule and where to watch live

F1: Monaco GP qualifying schedule and where to watch live

This Saturday, May 28, the Monaco Grand Prix classification will run at the Monte Carlo Circuit. I know what you should know.

East Saturday May 28the Formula 1 will have action on Monaco Grand Prix qualificationthe seventh event of the 2022 World Championship season led by Max Verstappen. Find out what you need to know about what will happen on the Monte Carlo Circuit.

F1: what time qualifies for the Monaco GP

  • Argentina: 11 hours
  • Uruguay: 11 hours
  • Brazil: 11 hours
  • Chile: 10 hours
  • Paraguay: 10 hours
  • Bolivia: 10 hours
  • Venezuela: 10 hours
  • Mexico: 09 hours
  • Ecuador: 09 hours
  • Colombia: 09 hours
  • Peru: 09 hours

F1 Monaco GP, LIVE: how to watch on TV and ONLINE

The Monaco Grand Prix can be seen live in Argentina on television via Fox Sports:

  • Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow Channels 25 (SD) and 106 (HD)
  • DirecTV Channels 105 (SD) and 1605 (HD)
  • Telecentre Channels 101 (SD) and 1013 (HD)

The option to follow it online is via Star +. There are two easy ways to subscribe to the service offered by ESPN. In the first place, at a cost of 880 pesos per month and, another option, take it annually in exchange for $ 8,800.

What is the F1 Monaco GP circuit?

The home circuit of the Monaco GP continues to be the jewel in the crown of the World Championship and all drivers want to win there. It has 3,337 kilometers of length covered in the right direction and nearly 260,286 kilometers was completed in the race, less than the average of 300.

Its 19 curves (11 right and 8 left) They are a real challenge and passing the tunnel is one of the most distinctive symbols along the Loews curve (190º), one of the slowest in the season.

Monaco GP

F1 2022 calendar: when is the next GP

  • 8 – Azerbaijan GP (June 10-12) – NEXT
  • 9 – Canadian GP (June 17-19)
  • 10 – British GP (July 1-3)
  • 11 – Austrian GP (July 8-10)
  • 12 – French GP (July 22-24)
  • 13 – Hungarian GP (July 29-31)
  • 14 – Belgian GP (August 26-28)
  • 15 – Dutch GP (September 2-4)
  • 16 – Italian GP (September 9-11)
  • 17 – Russian GP (23-25 ​​September)
  • 18 – Singapore GP (September 30 to October 2)
  • 19 – Japanese GP (October 7-9)
  • 20 – United States GP (Austin) (October 21-23)
  • 21 – Mexican GP (October 28-30)
  • 22 – Brazilian GP (November 11-13)
  • 23 – Abu Dhabi GP (November 18-20)

Source: Tycsports

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