The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most prestigious races in the world. Watch as the best Formula 1 drivers compete on the Circuit de Monaco, a narrow street course that winds through the city of Monte Carlo and alongside the Mediterranean. It is one of the most challenging courses in the world and Lewis Hamilton is the defending champion. Will he be able to defend that title? You can find out on May 23rd. Watch all the action from anywhere in the world and unblock geo restrictions with a VPN.
The Monaco Grand Prix (usually just called Monaco) features one of the most demanding courses in Formula 1. It is also one of the most famous. In past years, it was not uncommon for drivers to end up in the water during several of the turns. While the speeds are slower than most other Formula 1 circuits, this course is far more challenging because it has twists and turns throughout the span. Will Verstappen be able to slow down the pace of the Mercedes team to overtake Hamilton, or will someone else grace the first place spot on the podium? We will have to wait to find out.
The Monaco Grand Prix is the fifth race of the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship. With the season well underway, Lewis Hamilton, the defending champion of Monaco, has made quite a showing this year. Winning this race for Hamilton would put him and the Mercedes team into an impressive early season lead. A win for Verstappen could put Red Bull one step closer to the championship.
For those that are located close to the Monte Carlo venue, race fans will enjoy a festival type of atmosphere, just like some of the other venues. Those that are not, will just have to watch the excitement from home. Fortunately, there are several broadcasters worldwide that are televising this race. Here is a list of some of the most popular.
|Croatia||MAXtv To Go||Yes||Croatian|
|Japan||Fuji TV Next||Yes||Japanese|
|Spain||Antena 3 / Esport 3||Yes||Spanish|
|United Kingdom||Channel 4 (replays)||No||English|
|United States||ESPN Plus||Yes||English|
Channel 4 will have live coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix. If you live outside the United Kingdom, then we suggest you connect to a VPN server in the UK to watch the race. Otherwise, BBC iPlayer will block your foreign IP address.
ESPN will also be broadcasting the race Live from Monte Carlo. If you live in the United States you can tune into your cable or satellite provider. Otherwise you would need to connect to a VPN server in the US and borrow a friend’s log in to watch it thru the ESPN site. Most people may find the Channel 4 solution to be an easier option
Here’s a schedule of events for the Monaco Grand Prix:
- Practice – Friday, May 21
- Qualifying – Saturday, May 22
- Grand Prix – Sunday, May 23
Catch all the action by watching the Channel 4 or ESPN. or other coverage of the famous Monaco Grand Prix. Please share this post with your friends so they can enjoy the Formula 1 World Championship race.