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Monte-Carlo / 24 – 27 May 2018Monte-Carlo
24 – 27 May 2018
Laps: 78
Lenght: 3.337 Km
Distance: 260.286 Km

First Grand Prix: 1950
Visitor capacity: 37.000
Practice 111:00 - 12:30

Practice 111:00 - 12:30
Practice 215:00 - 16:30
Practice 312:00 - 13:30
Qualifying15:00 - 16:00
Practice 215:00 - 16:30

Race15:10Qualifying15:00 - 16:30
Race15:10
Practice 312:00 - 13:00


  • Monte-Carlo

Circuit de Monaco is a street circuit laid out on the city streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine around the harbour of the principality of Monaco. It is commonly referred to as "Monte Carlo" because it is largely inside the Monte Carlo neighbourhood of Monaco.

  • RACE
  • qualifying
POS
DRIVER
GRID
POINTS
FASTEST LAP
AVG SPEED
1 ( - )Daniel Ricciardo1251:15.562158.98 Kph
2 ( - )Sebastian Vettel2181:16.065157.93 Kph
3 ( - )Lewis Hamilton3151:16.270157.51 Kph
4 ( - )Kimi Räikkönen4121:16.392157.26 Kph
5 ( - )Valtteri Bottas5101:16.312157.42 Kph
6 ( - )Esteban Ocon681:17.027155.96 Kph
7 (+3)Pierre Gasly1061:17.099155.82 Kph
8 (+3)Nico Hülkenberg1141:16.061157.94 Kph
9 (+11)Max Verstappen2021:14.260161.77 Kph
10 (-2)Carlos Sainz811:17.491155.03 Kph
11 (+5)Marcus Ericsson1601:16.936156.15 Kph
12 (-3)Sergio Pérez901:17.546154.92 Kph
13 (+6)Kevin Magnussen1901:17.476155.06 Kph
14 (-2)Stoffel Vandoorne12+1 Lap1:16.864156.29 Kph
15 (+3)Romain Grosjean18+1 Lap1:14.822160.56 Kph
16 (-3)Sergey Sirotkin13+1 Lap1:15.325159.48 Kph
17 ( - )Lance Stroll17+2 Laps1:14.944160.3 Kph
18 (-4)Charles Leclerc14Collision1:17.710154.59 Kph
19 (-4)Brendon Hartley15Collision1:17.172155.67 Kph
20 (-13)Fernando Alonso7Gearbox1:17.018155.98 Kph

The circuit is used on two weekends in the month of May of each year to host the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix and Formula E Monaco ePrix (odd years) or Historic Grand Prix of Monaco (even years). Formula One's respective feeder series over the years – Formula Two, Formula 3000 and today the GP2 Series – also visit the circuit concurrently with Formula One.

Flashback 2017

Räikkönen led from the start until he pitted on lap 33. His teammate Vettel stayed out longer and when he eventually pitted, he came out ahead of Räikkönen and went on to win his 3rd race of the season and extended his championship lead to 25 points over Hamilton, who finished in 7th in a recovery drive after his poor qualifying. This win gave Ferrari their first 1-2 finish since the controversial 2010 German Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo finished in 3rd, despite lightly hitting the wall late in the race, jumping both Bottas and Verstappen by staying out longer on the ultra-softs in a strategy akin to Sebastian Vettel. Carlos Sainz had his best finish of the year with 6th for Toro Rosso. He was followed by Hamilton, Grosjean, Massa and Magnussen, who rounded off the points. It was the first time in Haas' history that they achieved a double points finish. It was also the first time in 2017 that both Force Indias finished out of the points with a late collision between Pérez and Kvyat, while running in the points, sent Pérez to last and Kvyat out of the race. Stoffel Vandoorne looked set to score McLaren's first points of the season before hitting the wall after being forced onto the breaking up asphalt by Sergio Pérez. Jenson Button, meanwhile, retired with suspension damage on his one-off return, much like his original retirement in the 2016 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, after colliding with Sauber's Pascal Wehrlein, leaving Wehrlein perched up vertically on the wall. The other Sauber of Marcus Ericsson retired after hitting the wall at turn 1 under the safety car. The Renault of Nico Hülkenberg retired early on with a gearbox failure, while running in 10th. Lance Stroll was another retiree. After the race Sergio Pérez and Jenson Button had two penalty points (each) added to their Super Licences, both for causing a collision. [source: wikipedia]

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