Read on to find out all the latest news along with how you can watch the practice, qualifying and race sessions.
Latest - Ferrari are ‘very close to being a genuine threat’ after practice in Monaco
Sainz, who’s never finished outside the points in Monaco, gave an indication of Ferrari’s pace when he claimed a surprise P2 in Free Practice 1, his time just 0.119s off the Red Bull of Sergio Perez.
But then the Spaniard followed that up by heading FP2 for a large portion of the session, before being pipped by a tenth late on by teammate Charles Leclerc – the Ferraris the only cars yet to lap below 1m 12s in Monaco this weekend.
And Sainz was even more impressed with his performance given how much he’d been having to adapt his driving style behind the wheel of the Ferrari SF21.
“We definitely look very close to being a genuine threat,” said Sainz.
How to watch the Monaco Grand Prix
Sky Sports Monaco GP Schedule
- Practice 1 - From 10am on Thursday, 20 May (Sky Sports F1 HD)
- Practice 2 - From 1:45pm on Thursday, 20 May (Sky Sports F1 HD)
- Practice 3 - From 10:45am on Saturday, 22 May (Sky Sports F1 HD)
- Qualifying - From 1pm on Saturday, 22 May (Sky Sports F1 HD)
- Grand Prix Sunday - From 12:30pm (Race from 2pm) on Sunday, 23 May (Sky Sports F1 HD)
All times UK.
There will also be extended highlights of the Monaco GP on Channel 4.
Channel 4 Spanish GP Schedule
- Qualifying Highlights - Saturday, 22 May (time tbc)
- Grand Prix Highlights - Sunday, 23 May (time tbc)
All times UK.
In the USA, it's ESPN that will be providing comprehensive coverage of the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix and provide races on every other circuit in the months to come.
ESPN Monaco Schedule
- Practice 1 - Friday, 7 May - From 5:25am (ESPN 2)
- Practice 2 - Friday, 7 May - From 8:55am (ESPN U)
- Practice 3 - Saturday, 8 May - From 5:55am (ESPN 2)
- Qualifying - Saturday, 8 May - From 8:55am (ESPN 2)
- Grand Prix Sunday - Sunday, 9 May - From 7:30am (race at 9am) (ESPN 2)
All times Eastern.
Current Driver Standings
Lewis Hamilton has pulled further into the lead following another excellently driven race which saw the Englishman claim 1st in Spain.
Verstappen is by no means out of the race for the Championship with the season just getting going and trailing the Mercedes driver by just 14 points.
Valtteri Bottas has climbed up to 3rd, leapfrogging McLaren's Lando Norris in the process.
Kimi Raikkonen, Antonio GiovinazziI, Sebastian Vettel, George Russell, Mick Schumacher, Nicholas Latifi and Nikita Mazepin are all yet to score points so far this season.
Current Constructor Standings
The Silver Arrows are pulling ahead in the constructor standings, with both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas claiming a spot on the podium in Spain.
McLaren and Ferrari are in a close battle for third place at the moment, with youngster Lando Norris driving so impressively so far.
The Alfa Romeo, Williams and Haas teams are yet to score points so far this season.
Monaco GP Circuit Guide
Overtaking on the tight streets of Monaco is incredibly difficult, with the 2003 Grand Prix witnessing a grand total of zero passing moves!
Number of Laps: 78
Circuit Length: 3.337km
Race Distance: 260.286 km
Lap Record: 1:14.260 Max Verstappen (2018)
Monaco Grand Prix Weekend Timetable
Practice 1 - Thursday, 20 May - 5:30-6:30am / 10:30-11:30am BST / 11:30am-12:30pm CET
Practice 2 - Thursday, 20 May - 9-10am ET / 2-3pm BST / 3-4pm CET
Practice 3 - Saturday, 22 May - 6-7am ET / 11am-12pm BST / 12-1pm CET
Qualifying - Saturday, 22 May - 9-10am ET / 2-3pm BST / 3-4pm CET
Race - Sunday, 23 May - 9-11am ET / 2-4pm BST / 3-5pm CET
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