It may not be a night race, but the stars always come out for the Monaco Grand Prix. It’s the grand prix everyone wants to be at, and sometimes there are more celebrities than drivers in the paddock. But just how good have you been at celeb spotting in Monaco over the years? Take our
A new driver in Formula 1 knows he is doing a good job if he has two four-time world champions paying him compliments. That is the situation Sauber’s Charles Leclerc finds himself in this weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix. It is the 20-year-old’s debut season in F1 and this is his home race –
Daniel Ricciardo headed team-mate Max Verstappen to a Red Bull one-two in both Friday practice sessions at the Monaco Grand Prix. The Australian saw off the Dutchman by 0.194 seconds in the second session on Thursday afternoon as both enjoyed a comfortable margin over their rivals. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was third from title rival Lewis
Daniel Ricciardo led Max Verstappen to a Red Bull one-two in first practice at the Monaco Grand Prix. The Australian was 0.154 seconds quicker than Verstappen, with Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton third, 0.354secs behind. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, 17 points behind Hamilton in the championship, was fourth, 0.562secs behind the Briton and ahead of team-mate Kimi Raikkonen.
World champion Lewis Hamilton says the return of female models to the F1 grid at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix is “a beautiful thing”. The sport’s owner Liberty Media stopped the use of ‘grid girls’ in January, saying their use was “at odds with modern day societal norms”. Models for Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer will
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen are hopeful they can fight for pole position for the first time this year in Monaco this weekend. Ricciardo said he believed Red Bull were in similar shape to 2016, when he qualified on pole and led until a mix-up at a tyre stop handed the win to
F1 driver Jolyon Palmer, who left Renault at the end of 2017, joins the BBC team this season to offer insight and analysis from the point of view of the competitors. The Monaco Grand Prix is madness – but marvellous madness. From the minute a driver arrives there, it is impossible not to get caught
Lewis Hamilton heads to a high-rolling Monaco with a spring in his step and a 17-point championship lead in his pocket. Victory never looked in doubt for Hamilton at the Spanish Grand Prix, a 74th career pole position supremely converted into a win. Could a hat-trick of be on the cards for the Mercedes man?
Five races down in 2018 and F1 is heading home. Which is literally the case in Monaco, as many of the drivers have taken up residence in this billionaires’ playground. Lewis Hamilton recently posted on Instagram: “I love my home, Monaco is one of the most beautiful places in the world and I mean, I
It’s no secret the Williams team are struggling – we’ve seen it at every grand prix this season. Five races into 2018 they sit bottom of the constructors’ championship, their car clearly uncompetitive. They have been here before, having failed to finish higher than eighth for three seasons between 2011 and 2013. But what is