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Monaco GP 2023: When to watch Grand Prix live on Sky Sports F1

Monaco hosts the sixth race of the 2023 F1 season; Lights out for Grand Prix at 2pm on Sunday May 28; Watch every session from Monte Carlo live on Sky Sports F1 plus Formula 2, Formula 3 and Indy 500 action next weekend

Lando Norris during Friday practice at the Monaco GP

Arguably the most iconic race in Formula 1 - you can watch all the drama from the Monaco Grand Prix live on Sky Sports F1.

Initially the middle leg of a triple header, the Monaco GP - F1's 'crown jewel' - is kicking off back-to-back race weekends, with the Spanish GP to follow.

After Sergio Perez crashed out in Q1, Red Bull are unlikely to maintain their one-two dominance, with the Mexican starting from the back of the grid, the opposite end to teammate Max Verstappen.

The Dutchman produced a flying final sector to edge ahead of Fernando Alonso for pole, in what has been dubbed the most exciting Monaco qualifying ever.

Alpine are also ones to watch in Sunday's race with Esteban Ocon putting in what Martin Brundle called a "special lap" to qualify fourth, and teammate Pierre Gasly not too far behind in seventh.

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The best of the action from the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix

And Charles Leclerc's Monaco curse? A respectable P3 start just about keeps him in the fight, but the Monegasque driver has been hoping for rain, which would certainly make things exciting.

Catch all the action at the Monaco Grand Prix on Sky Sports F1, with light out 2pm on Sunday May 28.

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Drivers' championship top 10 after five rounds

Driver Team Points
1) Max Verstappen Red Bull 119
2) Sergio Perez Red Bull 105
3) Fernando Alonso Aston Martin 75
4) Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 56
5) Carlos Sainz Ferrari 44
6) George Russell Mercedes 40
7) Charles Leclerc Ferrari 34
8) Lance Stroll Aston Martin 27
9) Lando Norris McLaren 10
10) Pierre Gasly Alpine 8

Constructors' championship top five after five rounds

Team Points
1) Red Bull 224
2) Aston Martin 102
3) Mercedes 96
4) Ferrari 78
5) McLaren 14

Immediately after Sunday's race will be live coverage of the Indy 500 from the USA.

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Check out some of the best races from Monaco in recent years

Sky Sports F1's live Monaco GP schedule

Sunday May 28
7.15am: F3 Feature Race
8.45am: F2 Feature Race
12.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday Monaco GP build-up
4pm: Chequered Flag Monaco GP reaction
5pm: Ted's Notebook
5.30pm: The 107th Indy 500

Formula 1 now heads to the streets of Monaco for the sixth Grand Prix of the 2023 season - watch all the action on Sky Sports F1. Get Sky Sports

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