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Schedule of Monaco Grand Prix: plan your own experience

The Monaco Grand Prix 2021 is getting closer. Soon Formula One cars will drive at crazy speeds on the legendary Monaco Grand Prix track and fans will await their favourite pilots to take their steps on the podium. 

Recently, the Monaco government announced that despite the reduced number of guests who will be allowed in the Grand Prix stands in the Principality, Monaco is nevertheless waiting for guests from all over the world. But every one of them will have to show evidence of a recent PCR test with negative results. The spouses of employees of Monaco, nationals of the Alpes-Maritimes and Var and all people coming from outside must present a PCR test of less than 72 hours to access the stands. Only Monegasques, residents, employees, schools and students of the Principality will be able to access their places without providing proof of a PCR test.

Now is the right time to plan your unique experience during the legendary races in Monaco this year. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the official website.

On Thursday 20th, Saturday 22th and Sunday 23rd the seated stands will be open (regular publicized pricing applies) with the spacing allowing around 40% of its usual capacity, i.e. 7,500 spectators each day. On Friday May 21st, only the K and T stands will be open with their capacity limited to 3,000 spectators with no restriction as to their origin. Access to the stands will be free that day.

Full Grand Prix Monaco Schedule

The 78th edition of the Monaco Grand Prix will take place from Thursday 20th of May to Sunday 23rd of May 2021. The program of this event will remain as sportive, animated and festive as always.

Thursday 20 May

05:30 Closure of the circuit to traffic
08: 00-08: 50 Formula Renault Practice session
09: 15-10: 00 Formula 2 Practice session + Practice Start
11: 00-12: 30 Formula 1 – 1st practice session + Practice Start
13: 20-13: 36 Formula 2 – Group A Qualifying
13: 44-14: 00 Formula 2 – Group B Qualifying
15: 00-16: 30 Formula 1 – 2nd practice
17: 30-18: 15 Porsche Supercup Practice session
19:30 Circuit opening to traffic

Friday 21 May

05:30 Closure of the circuit to traffic
07:55 – 08:25 Formula Renault – Serie A Qualifying practice + Start practice
08: 33-09: 03 Formula Renault – Serie B Qualifying practice + Start practice
10: 00-10: 30 Porsche Supercup Qualifying practice
11: 30-12 : 35 Formula 2 Race 1 (42 laps or 60mn max.)
13: 00-13: 30 Renault celebration laps
14: 30 Opening of the circuit to traffic

Saturday 22 May

07:30 Closing of the circuit to traffic
10: 15-10: 50 Formula Renault Race 1 (30mn + 1 lap)
12: 00-13: 00 Formula 1 3rd Practice session
15: 00-16: 00 Formula 1 Qualifying practice (Q1-Q2-Q3)
17 : 15-18: 05 Formula 2 Race 2 (30 laps or 45mn max.)
19: 30 Opening of the circuit to traffic

Sunday 23 May

07: 30 Closure of the circuit to traffic
10: 30-11: 05 Porsche Supercup Course (16 laps or 30mn max.)
12: 00-12: 35 Formula Renault Course 2 (30mn + 1 lap)
13: 30 Formula 1 Driver’s Parade
14: 20 Tour of honor of LL.AA.SS The Prince and Princess of Monaco
14: 30-14: 40 Formula 1 Establishment on the Starting Grid
14: 54 Monegasque National Anthem
15: 10-17: 10 Formula 1 78th Grand Prix de Monaco ™ (78 laps or 120mn max.)

20: 30 Opening of the circuit to traffic

Highly appreciated by both, professionals and fans, for the fantastic atmosphere and the difficult track, the Monaco Grand Prix tests to the limit the public’s enthusiasm and pilots sangfroid year after year. Each of them is ready to give as much as possible to see their name in the list of winners of the most prestigious race in the world.

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