STREAM HERE >>> F1 Monaco MotoGp Race free stream online Full HD
The Monaco Grand Prix is the race every driver wants to win, and the race every fan has on their bucket list.
After missing the event in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Formula One returns to the streets of the principality for round five of the 2021 season.
The first four races of the season have given fans plenty of excitement, with a tight battle in the drivers’ championship and wheel-to-wheel racing up and down the grid.
With qualifying on Saturday night and the race on Sunday, this is what to watch for this weekend at Monaco.
By Ferrari’s standards and expectations, 2020 was an absolute disaster for the Italian team.
This season was always going to be about improvement, and the “Prancing Horses” have certainly done that.
There was belief Ferrari would be good around the Monaco circuit but even the most faithful probably did not think they would top the timesheets.
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz led the timesheets at the end on Thursday’s practice sessions.
Everyone loves to drive here – the weather has been great and this track is rapid, absolutely mesmerising, so I’ve enjoyed today. The Ferraris look really strong, which is great, it means more competition.
“For me personally, this is a track where you need to walk before you can run but you’ve got to do that quickly, obviously. The grip on this track is really high this year, they’ve redone the surface so there’s a lot of grip.
“Whichever track you go to, the car never gives you everything you want immediately, you need to acclimatise. From a driver’s point of view, you’re experimenting – you’ve got to dial-in your driving style, figure out where you can and can’t push, where you’ve got to give up some time to get some, and you’ve got to really work with the car.
“The car is good, we’ve made some decent steps with the balance so generally I’m very happy. I’ve got some changes I’ll make this evening as we analyse today and it’s going to be close tomorrow, which is exciting.”