2019 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix Tickets on Sale Now

2019 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix Tickets on Sale Now

Everything you need to know about the 2019 Formula One Championship in one place, from the F1 schedule through to detailed driver and team lists.

What an intriguing year we have ahead in the Formula One. The off-season has seen some major driver changes, some key new partnerships between teams and engine suppliers, and a number of debutants lining up on the grid for the first time. Lewis Hamilton will remain the favourite, of course, as he zeroes in on astonishing six world championship. However, he can expect some stiff competition.

Kimi Räikkönen and Sebastian Vettel are both former world champions who will be lining up on the grid. Young and fast, Max Verstappen has now taken over the lead driver seat at championship challenger Red Bull. While Australia’s only F1 driver, Daniel Ricciardo, is starting anew at Renault, a team with unknown expectations. Can his reputation as the best passer in the field net him a swag of points?

New F1 Qualifying Rules

There was talk at the end of the 2018 championship about changing the F1 rules for qualifying. The idea would have seen four qualifying sessions, with four drivers slipping out of contention in Q1, Q2 and Q3. The final eight drivers would then shoot it out for pole in Q4. This idea has been put on the backburner, however, and will not come into effect during the 2019 F1 season.

In its place, a different rule has come into play. The driver and the team that nails the fastest lap of a race will be awarded one championship point. In order to bank that point, however, they must also finish in the top 10. It’s a rule that use to be in place back during the 1950s and its return should add some intrigue and spice to drivers down the grid.

F1 Points System

The way points are awarded for 2019 will remain the same as it did in seasons 2010 through 2018, with the addition of the fastest lap bonus F1 points handed out to one driver each race. As a result, the F1 points system is as follows.

PositionPoints
1st25
2nd18
3rd15
4th12
5th10
6th8
7th6
8th4
9th2
10th1
Fastest Lap1

F1 Schedule and F1 Calendar of Events

Below you will find each and every race from the F1 Schedule. The full F1 Calendar also includes practice sessions and qualifying. While the main race event always unfolds on the Sunday, the first and second F1 practice sessions are on the Friday beforehand. The third and final F1 practice session, and the qualifying session, are on the Saturday.

EventDateCircuitCountryPrevious Winner
117-Mar-19Melbourne Grand Prix CircuitAustraliaSebastian Vettel
231-Mar-19Bahrain International CircuitBahrainSebastian Vettel
314-Apr-19Shanghai International CircuitChinaDaniel Ricciardo
428-Apr-19Baku City CircuitAzerbaijanLewis Hamilton
512-May-19Circuit de Barcelona-CatalunyaSpainLewis Hamilton
626-May-19Circuit de MonacoMonacoDaniel Ricciardo
79-Jun-19Circuit Gilles VilleneuveCanadaSebastian Vettel
823-Jun-19Circuit Paul RicardFranceLewis Hamilton
930-Jun-19Red Bull RingAustriaMax Verstappen
1014-Jul-19Silverstone CircuitGreat BritainSebastian Vettel
1128-Jul-19HockenheimringGermanyLewis Hamilton
124-Aug-19HungaroringHungaryLewis Hamilton
131-Sep-19Circuit de Spa-FrancorchampsBelgiumSebastian Vettel
148-Sep-19Autodromo Nazionale MonzaItalyLewis Hamilton
1522-Sep-19Marina Bay Street CircuitSingaporeLewis Hamilton
1629-Sep-19Sochi AutodromRussiaLewis Hamilton
1713-Oct-19Suzuka International Racing CourseJapanLewis Hamilton
1827-Oct-19Autódromo Hermanos RodríguezMexicoMax Verstappen
193-Nov-19Circuit of the AmericasUSAKimi Räikkönen
2017-Nov-19Autódromo José Carlos PaceBrazilLewis Hamilton
211-Dec-19Yas Marina CircuitAbu DhabiLewis Hamilton

2019 F1 Drivers List and F1 Teams

Below you will find the drivers and their number of previous starts in F1, the teams, their engines and more.

DriversNationalityStartsTeamConstructorEngine
Kimi RäikkönenFinland291Alfa Romeo RacingAlfa Romeo Racing-FerrariFerrari 064
Antonio GiovinazziItaly99Alfa Romeo RacingAlfa Romeo Racing-FerrariFerrari 065
Sebastian VettelGermany219Scuderia FerrariFerrariFerrari 066
Charles LeclercMonaco21Scuderia FerrariFerrariFerrari 067
Romain GrosjeanFrance143Haas F1 TeamHaas-FerrariFerrari 068
Kevin MagnussenDenmark81Haas F1 TeamHaas-FerrariFerrari 069
Lando NorrisUnited Kingdom0McLaren F1 TeamMcLaren-RenaultRenault E-Tech 19
Carlos Sainz Jr.Spain81McLaren F1 TeamMcLaren-RenaultRenault E-Tech 20
Lewis HamiltonUnited Kingdom229Mercedes-AMG Petronas MotorsportMercedesMercedes M10 EQ Power+
Valtteri BottasFinland118Mercedes-AMG Petronas MotorsportMercedesMercedes M10 EQ Power+
Sergio PérezMexico155SportPesa Racing Point F1 TeamRacing Point-BWT MercedesBWT Mercedes
Lance StrollCanada41SportPesa Racing Point F1 TeamRacing Point-BWT MercedesBWT Mercedes
Pierre GaslyFrance26Aston Martin Red Bull RacingRed Bull Racing-HondaHonda RA619H
Max VerstappenNetherlands81Aston Martin Red Bull RacingRed Bull Racing-HondaHonda RA619H
Daniel RicciardoAustralia150Renault F1 TeamRenaultRenault E-Tech 19
Nico HülkenbergGermany156Renault F1 TeamRenaultRenault E-Tech 20
Alexander AlbonThailand0Toro Rosso HondaScuderia Toro Rosso-HondaHonda RA619H
Daniil KvyatRussia82Toro Rosso HondaScuderia Toro Rosso-HondaHonda RA619H
George RussellUnited Kingdom0ROKiT Williams RacingWilliams-MercedesMercedes M10 EQ Power+
Robert KubicaPoland76ROKiT Williams RacingWilliams-MercedesMercedes M10 EQ Power+

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When to Go

• Winter: Family-friendly Christmas events in December and Carnaval celebrations in February.

• Spring: Mild weather and markets filled with fresh produce and flowers. Beware region-wide hotel price hikes during Monaco’s Grand Prix in May.

• Summer: Perfect beach conditions; come in June or September to avoid the summer crush. Enjoy live music at the annual jazz festival in July.

• Autumn: Golden light and lingering late-season beach days. Crowds dissipate as the weather cools.

Currency: Euro (€)

Language: French

Visas: Not required for citizens of most countries for stays up to 90 days. Passports should be valid for at least three months beyond return date from France.

Money: ATMs widely available. Credit cards accepted in most hotels and restaurants.

Mobile Phones: GSM and 4G networks available through inexpensive SIM cards.

Time: Central European Time (GMT/UTC plus one hour)

Tipping: Not required in restaurants (bills automatically include a 15% service charge).

Daily Budget

Mid-range: €130–220

Double room in a mid-range hotel: €90–190

Dinner menu in mid-range restaurant: €30–50

One-week ticket to Nice’s municipal museums: €20

Advance Planning

Three months before: Book tickets for major events such as Monaco Grand Prix and the Nice Jazz Festival. Book accommodation if visiting in peak summer season (July and August).

One month before: Book tickets for seats in the stands at Carnaval de Nice.

One week before: Make reservations at restaurants, especially in peak summer season.

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