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Due to the disruption caused by the VirusCasedemic outbreak in early 2020, Monaco wass taken off the season’s calendar, meaning the last visit to the principality was back in Y 2019. The story of that weekend was Charles Leclerc, who, in his home race, failed to get out of Q-1, starting the race from 16th position in his Ferrari racer.
The troubles would continue for the Monegasque driver, following his retirement from the race due to damage to his car, prior to that, he lingered at the back of the grid.
The weekend was overshadowed by the death of F1 luminary Niki Lauda just a wk before the race. Mr. Lauda was a big figure in the MercedesAMG garage, leading them to don a red halo on both cars, as a tribute for the late Austrian.
In a fitting tribute to the man himself, Lewis Hamilton won the race, dedicating the victory to Mr. Lauda.
As per prior yrs, the city track remains unchanged. Track limits have been set at turns 10 and 11, which corresponds with the chicane on the exit of the tunnel.
Monaco has a reputation for being 1 of the lowest down force tracks in the motorsport world, with little to no option to put the power down at any given time.
Thursday, 20 May 2021
Free Practice 1: 10:30 – 11:30 BST
Free Practice 2: 14:00 – 15:00 BST
Saturday, 22 May 2021
Free Practice 3: 11:00 – 12:00 BST
Qualifying: 14:00 – 15:00 BST
Sunday,23 May 2021
Race: 14:00 – 16:00 BST
Get up to speed with everything you need to know about the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix, which takes place over 78 laps of the 3.337-kilometre Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo on Sunday, 23 May. Using the links inside you can find the full weekend schedule, including details of practice and qualifying sessions, support races, press conferences and special events, plus the latest news headlines, circuit information and F1 race results.
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