how to watch the race live this Sunday?

how to watch the race live this Sunday?
how to watch the race live this Sunday?

Every season, Monaco hosts a legendary Formula 1® race, where all the drivers want to win. The Principality track is the slowest and most difficult in the Formula 1® World Championship. The slightest mistake can be costly! The very first Monaco Grand Prix™ was won by William Grover-Williams in 1929, after which big names established themselves on the Riviera circuit. Among them, we can notably cite Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher, Juan Manuel Fangio and Graham Hill. Last season, for the 80th edition of the Formula 1® Monaco Grand Prix™, it was the Dutchman Max Verstappen who finished first, a third victory in a row for the Red Bull team, after the success of Max Verstappen in 2021 and Sergio Perez in 2022. Follow practice, qualifying and the race live with CANAL+!

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Formula 1®: the Monaco Grand Prix, a demanding race

Follow practice and qualifying for Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix™ today, thanks to the CANAL+ SPORT offer. The third free practice session will begin today at 12:30 p.m., followed by qualifying at 4:00 p.m., which is decisive for this very demanding circuit. On Sunday, follow the Monaco Grand Prix™ from 3 p.m. This is the eighth round of the 2024 Formula 1® season. This is the 70th time that the track in the historic setting of the Principality has hosted a round of the World Championship. The route is 3.337 kilometers long and is made up of 19 turns. This Grand Prix™ is undoubtedly the most prestigious in Formula 1®. It is also one of the most difficult, since this race is contested between the now famous rails which run along the road where the turns, each more legendary than the other, follow one another. In the race, the athletes will have to cover 78 laps, for a total distance of 260.286 kilometers. This is the only race in the World Championship where the drivers do not reach 305 kilometers. After 7 races contested, it is the reigning world champion Max Verstappen who is the leader of the Formula 1® World Championship. The Dutchman has 161 points and is ahead of Charles Leclerc (113 points) and Sergio Pérez (107 points). The Red Bull driver has won 5 Grand Prix™ this season, the last of which came at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix™ last week. If rain is forecast for Saturday, the weather forecast predicts a sunnier day on Sunday for the race, with temperatures around 20°C.

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The good CANAL+ plan to see the Monaco Grand Prix™ live this weekend

Do you want to experience 100% of the Formula 1® Grand Prix™, testing and qualifying? Take advantage of the CANAL+ SPORT Offer, at 29.99 euros per month for 12 months then 45.99 euros per month, with a 24-month commitment. This offer includes the channels CANAL+, CANAL+SPORT, CANAL+FOOT, CANAL+SPORT 360, beIN SPORTS, DAZN1 and EUROSPORT. You will be able to follow 100% of the tests, qualifying and Grand Prix™ of Formula 1® and MotoGP™, 100% of the UEFA Champions League, 100% of the Top14 and many other sporting events. The CANAL+ SPORT Offer also allows you to watch ultra-recent cinema and must-see films on the screen of your choice as well as all of the CANAL+ Original Creation series, international series, documentaries and youth content… And content Apple TV+…

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