Max Verstappen arrives at the Monte Carlo circuit as the leader of the competition, the seventh date on the calendar, the sixth de facto after the knockout at Imola. The Dutchman has won three events so far this season (Bahrain, Australia and Miami). The two-time champion is ahead of his team-mate Checo Perez, who has secured the other two grand prizes (Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan). That means Red Bull is sweeping. He has achieved four doubles in five races (Lewis Hamilton was second at Albert Park). Christian Horner’s pups haven’t even left to pieces.
Right now, the ‘1’ scores 14 points from the Mexican competitor (Max’s 119 compared to Checo’s 105) although the Mexican is great in the urban layout and this test, which he won last season, has allowed him to attack the leadership in the calendar. marked for. re.
Alonso wants more
Be that as it may, Fernando Alonso takes part in the event after securing four podiums in five races and announcing in Miami that Monaco is one of the tracks marked in red by the team as far as possible. The mission is complicated for the ’14, but this is not a deterrent for him to continue dreaming of his 33rd career win as he has won twice at the Principality, consecutively and with two different cars, Renault and McLaren. Has attained. 2006 and 2007. If not here, heaven has Spain, another scenario he declared as an option.
Sainz for his first podium of 2023
And for Carlos Sainz, it should be noted that he aims to achieve his first podium of the year without being ruled out of any place in the final draw. He was second ahead of Verstappen last year, and this is another scenario of the hands and not the motor. Ferrari have not started well and so far they have achieved the only draw in Baku thanks to a good performance by Charles Leclerc (he finished third).
Where to watch Monaco 2023 F1 GP on TV and online:
F1 Monaco GP can be watched on TV on DAZN. You also have the option of following the principality event via the DAZN F1 channel via Movistar+. And, of course, you can follow everything that happens in the seventh Grand Prix of the year on MARCA.com and Radio MARCA.
Schedules of F1 2023 Monaco GP:
Friday 26 May
1:30 PM: Free 1
5:00 PM: Free 2
Saturday 27 May
12:30 pm: Free 3
4:00 pm: Classification
Sunday May 28
3:00 PM Race (78 laps)