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Monaco Grand Prix: Monte Carlo Circuit information

Lap data
Lap length 3.34km (2.075 miles)
Race laps 78
Race distance 260.52km (161.88 miles)
Lap record* 1’14.439 (161.528 kph) by Michael Schumacher, 2004
Fastest lap 1’13.532 (163.521 kph) by Kimi Räikkönen, 2006
Maximum speed (2010) 287.9 kph (178.893 mph) by Robert Kubica, Renault
DRS zone (race) Pit straight
Car performance
Full throttle 53%
Power loss 5%
Tyre energy (1-3) 1
Brake energy (1-3) 1
Downforce level Maximum
Gear changes per lap 55
Fuel use per lap 1.363kg
Strategy
Pit lane time loss 21 seconds
2011 prime tyre**: Soft (2010: Soft)
2011 option tyre**: Super-soft (2010: Super-soft)

 

Here are the details of the BBC’s live video coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix here in the UK:

Monaco Grand Prix 2011: Free Practice 1

Thursday 26th May 2011
Monaco Grand Prix Free practice 1: 8:55 – 10:35 (BBC Red Button and online)
Monaco Grand Prix Free practice 2: 12:55 – 14:35 (BBC Red Button and online)

Monaco Grand Prix 2011: Free Practice 2 and Qualifying

Saturday 28th May 2011
Monaco Grand Prix Free practice 3: 9:55 – 11:05 (BBC Red Button and online)
Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying: 12:15 – 14:30 (BBC1, Red Button and online)
Qualifying starts at 13:00

Monaco Grand Prix 2011: Live Race

Sunday 29th May 2011
Monaco Grand Prix: 12:05 – 15:20 (BBC1, Red Button and online)
Race starts at 13:00

Watch F1 Live will also be running during the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday following the Monaco Grand Prix. UK coverage starts at 4:30pm.

The LAST grand prix of 2010 season. The final climax of the 2010 F1 Grand Prix season comes on Sunday 14 November 2010 in Abu Dhabi with four drivers still in with a chance of being world champion. Don’t miss the last Grand Prix of this season. Subscribe Now and Watch Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Live Online. If you have missed any race of this season, you can watch it from our Archive. Your Membership not only helps you to watch live race, but F1 highlights also.

Four drivers are still in with a chance of winning the Formula 1 racing championship ahead of the final grand prix in Abu Dhabi on Sunday 14 November 2010. But the constructors championship is done and dusted as a one-two from Red Bull in the Brazilian Grand Prix clinched the title.

Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso still leads the drivers championship despite only finishing third in Brazil. But he is only eight points ahead of Red Bull’s Mark Webber, who came second in Brazil, and fifteen points ahead of the winner in Brazil, Sebastian Vettel.

McLaren have not given up hope that their lead driver Lewis Hamilton can still steal the crown after his fourth in Brazil leaves him twenty-four points adrift. To overtake Alonso, he would need to win and Alonso not to finish in the top ten.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina
The Yas Marina circuit does not provide a particularly interesting climax to the Formula 1 racing season. There will be an engineering challenge to make sure the brake cooling systems are at peak efficiency as the main long straight ends in a tight bend. There are also some tricky twists and turns as the lap comes to an end that will test the drivers’ abilities as these will be crucial for those wanting to push lap times to the limit. Lewis Hamilton was on pole last year but Sebastian Vettel won the race.

The seventh race on the Formula One calendar is Istanbul and the two Red Bull drivers lead the championship. Mark Webber wants his third win in a row. Mark Webber and his Red Bull team are on a high going into Sunday’s (30 May 2010) Turkish Grand Prix. Back-to-back Formula One wins in Spain and Monaco have taken Red Bull to the top of the constructors’ championship and Webber to join top of the drivers’ championship with his team mate Sebastian Vettel. Subscribe Now and Watch Turkish Grand Prix 2010 Live Online.

The Istanbul track is another of the modern circuits but more interesting for spectators and drivers than some of the other recent additions, Bahrain for example. A big difficulty here will be keeping tyre wear under control and some teams may opt for two tyre stops.

The first tyre problem will be early on when the cars are fully loaded with fuel and they have to handle the long turn eight. There are also enough twists and turns on the track to put pressure on the tyres throughout the race.
Getting the right set-up will be important and tricky as the circuit is a mix of fast straights and fast and slow corners.
Jenson Button won the race from pole last year.

Turkish Grand Prix 2010 TV Schedule (Times in GMT)
Friday 28th May 2010
Turkish Grand Prix Free practice 1 – 07:55-09:35
Turkish Grand Prix Free practice 2 – 11:55-13:35
Saturday 29th May 2010
Turkish Grand Prix Free practice 3 – 08:55-10:05
Turkish Grand Prix Qualifying – 10:55-13:25 (Qualifying starts at 12:00)
Sunday 30th May 2010
Turkish Grand Prix – 12:10-15:20 (Race starts at 13:00)

The 2009 Formula 1 season will end on November 1st with the inaugural Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the impressive new Yas Marina circuit. With both the driver’s and constructor’s titles decided the race looks set to provide an entertaining end to an incredible season, with several drivers in contention for victory. You can watch the 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net.

Jenson Button secured his first Formula 1 World Championship at Interlagos, while his Brawn GP team won the constructor’s title. Follow live Formula 1 streaming from Abu Dhabi at www.watchf1.net to see if the Englishman can round off his year with a victory.

Abu Dhabi Grand PrixThe 2009 Abu Dhabi GP takes place over 55 laps of the 5.554 km (3.451 miles) Yas Marina circuit, giving a total Grand Prix distance of 305.470 km (189.819 miles). The Formula 1 drivers will have 21 new corners to master and you can follow all the action at www.watchf1.net.

The Yas Marina circuit features two very high speed sections, followed by tight hairpins. These corners, turns 8 and 12 – are likely to provide great overtaking opportunities. The pit lane is also unique, as it features a tunnel section. This has raised concerns over what will happen in the event of a car stopping in the pit lane, as it would be difficult to retrieve. Watch all the action from the exciting new track by following F1 live online at www.watchf1.net.

Red Bull will approach the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in a confident frame of mind, after Mark Webber dominated proceedings in the recent Brazilian Grand Prix to score his second F1 victory. Robert Kubica was surprisingly quick in his BMW Sauber and you can follow the Pole’s final race for the team at www.watchf1.net. Kubica will be a Renault driver next year, while the future of the BMW Sauber team remains uncertain.

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel both produced storming drives through the field at Interlagos to finish third and fourth respectively. Perhaps the most impressive performance of the day came from Toyota’s Japanese rookie Kamui Kobayashi. He led Button for many laps and looked like scoring points on his debut, before finally slipping to ninth. Kobayashi was standing in for an injured Timo Glock. Watch the 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see who will be in the car at Yas Marina.

Other drivers to watch out for in Abu Dhabi include Jarno Trulli and Adrian Sutil. After qualifying well they managed to collide on the first lap in Brazil, with each blaming the other. Find out if either can go the distance at Yas Marina by taking out a subscription at www.watchf1.net. Added benefits include live online streaming of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

The inaugural Abu Dhabi GP gets underway at 5pm local time (1pm GMT). This means that darkness will descend during the Grand Prix, making for a spectacular finish. Follow all the action from what promises to be a great race at www.watchf1.net.

The Japanese Grand Prix on October 4th is round 15 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship. This year the race takes place at Suzuka and you can watch the 2009 Japanese GP live online at www.watchf1.net.

Brawn GP’s Jenson Button moved a step closer to winning his maiden F1 title last time out in Singapore by finishing one place ahead of his team-mate and championship rival Rubens Barrichello. See if Button can strengthen his grip on the Formula 1 World Championship by watching live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.

The Singapore Grand Prix produced a surprise podium. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton started from pole and won the race, while Toyota driver Timo Glock surprised many with a second place finish. Fernando Alonso gave his Renault team reason to celebrate after a difficult few weeks following the departure of leading team members Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds amidst race fixing allegations.

F1 Japanese Grand PrixThe Suzuka circuit which will host the 2009 Japanese GP is one of the most challenging on the Formula 1 calendar. A lap of Suzuka measures 5.807 km (3.608 miles) and the F1 drivers will have to complete 53 of them, giving a total Grand Prix distance of 307.573 km (191.126 miles). Watch the Japanese Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to find out if anyone can better Felipe Massa’s lap record of 1 minute, 18.426 seconds, set last year in a Ferrari.

The Japanese Grand Prix alternates between Suzuka and Fuji. Last year’s race at Fuji saw Alonso emerge victorious, with Robert Kubica and Kimi Raikkonen joining the Spaniard on the podium. Watch live F1 streaming at www.watchf1.net to see if Alonso can record another Japanese GP victory. Kubica will find it difficult to repeat his podium performance of last year in what has been a disastrous season for BMW Sauber.

Red Bull were back on the pace again in Singapore, only for Mark Webber to crash out with brake failure. Despite the team’s competitiveness it now looks as though the battle for the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship is between Brawn GP team-mates Button and Barrichello. Find out which driver emerges on top at Suzuka by subscribing to www.watchf1.net and enjoy Formula 1 live online as the season reaches a climax. A subscription also gives access to live online streaming of other major series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

Nico Rosberg looked in contention for victory in Singapore, only to ruin his own chances. After crossing the pit exit line in his Williams Rosberg was handed a drive through penalty which removed any chance of the young German scoring his maiden Formula 1 win. Watch the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if Rosberg can turn his undoubted pace into a race winning performance. Whatever happens at Suzuka the only certainty is that the 2009 F1 title will not be decided there. The battle may yet go to the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.

Watch Live F1 Singapore Grand Prix Live Online at WatchF1 Streaming Network. Round 14 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship takes place in Singapore on September 27th. Follow all the action from the Singapore Grand Prix with live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.

The F1 title battle appears to be between Brawn GP team-mates Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello. It was Barrichello who won last time out at Monza, although Button managed to finish second which limited the damage to his points lead. Follow the Singapore Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to find out if Barrichello can close the gap further in the race to be Formula 1 World Champion.

Despite the fascinating title battle the main topic of discussion ahead of the Singapore GP is Renault’s upcoming hearing in front of the World Motor Sports Council. Team boss Flavio Briatore will have to defend himself from allegations brought against him by disgruntled former driver Nelson Piquet. The sacked Brazilian has told the FIA that he was instructed to crash deliberately in last year’s Singapore Grand Prix in a bid to help his team-mate Fernando Alonso win the race. Alonso benefited from the subsequent safety car period and did go on to claim victory.

F1 Singapore Grand PrixThe 2009 Singapore Grand Prix will take place at night over 61 laps of the 23 corner floodlit street circuit. Each lap measures 5.067 km (3.15 miles), making a total race distance of 309.087 km (192.066 miles). You can follow the 2009 Singapore GP live online at www.watchf1.net with live F1 streaming of all the action from the demanding street circuit. The lap record belongs to Kimi Raikkonen and was set in last year’s inaugural Singapore Grand Prix. The Finn recorded a best time of 1 minute, 45.599 seconds in his Ferrari.

Both Brawn GP drivers will be confident of challenging for victory in Singapore, but Raikkonen has been in impressive form recently. He has claimed 30 out of a possible 40 points in the last four races. Watch Raikkonen go for another victory with live Formula 1 streaming of the 2009 Singapore Grand Prix at www.watchf1.net.

The revelation of the last two races has been Force India’s form. Adrian Sutil qualified second and Monza and finished fourth, while his new team-mate Vitantonio Liuzzi also had a strong weekend. Find out if the team can score a breakthrough win by watching live Formula 1 streaming of the 2009 Singapore Grand Prix at www.watchf1.net.

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber both looked like strong title contenders before Monza but a miserable weekend saw their championship hopes all but ended. Lewis Hamilton provided plenty of drama at Monza, crashing his McLaren heavily on the final lap. Follow the Singapore GP live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the defending Formula 1 World Champion can last the distance this time.

Toyota and Williams were both off the pace in the Italian Grand Prix, but Williams driver Nico Rosberg drove superbly in Singapore last year to claim second position. Meanwhile, Giancarlo Fisichella will be looking for a points finish in his second race for Ferrari. A subscription to www.watchf1.net provides live F1 streaming and also access to online coverage of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

Round 12 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship is the Belgian Grand Prix, staged on the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit. You can follow all the action with live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.

Brawn GP’s Rubens Barrichello travels to Spa on the back of a great win in the European Grand Prix in Valencia. The victory was the Brazilian’s first since 2004 and saw him close to within 18 points of his team-mate and title leader Jenson Button. Watch Belgian Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if Barrichello can claw even more points back.

Red Bull had a miserable time in Valencia, with Mark Webber finishing out of the points and Sebastian Vettel retiring. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen fared better, finishing third behind Lewis Hamilton. Luca Badoer deputised for an injured Felipe Massa and you can watch F1 live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the veteran Italian retains his drive after a disappointing performance.

Belgium Grand PrixThe 2009 Belgian Grand Prix takes place on August 30th, over 44 laps of the 7.004 km (4.352 miles) Spa circuit. Follow the entire 308.052 km (191.410 miles) of racing as it happens at www.watchf1.net, the best place on the web for live Formula 1 streaming. Spa holds a special place in racing history. It first hosted a Grand Prix in 1925 and is widely regarded as the finest racing circuit in the world.

The extremely fast and flowing Spa circuit should suit Red Bull. Spa also features the most famous and daunting corner in Formula 1, Eau Rouge. Watch the Belgian GP live online at www.watchf1.net to see which drivers are bravest through this breathtaking section of track. The current lap record at Spa is held by Raikkonen, in a time of 1 minute, 45.108 seconds.

Brawn GP and Red Bull will be favourites for victory at Spa, but McLaren should also be in contention while Raikkonen has shown great improvement in his Ferrari recently. Hamilton will be especially keen to win after a pit stop problem robbed him of victory last time out. Romain Grosjean will be competing in his second Grand Prix, after replacing Nelson Piquet at Renault in Valencia. You can follow the fortunes of Grosjean and fellow rookie Jaime Alguersuari here at www.watchf1.net.

Spa-Francorchamps, situated in the Ardennes region of Belgium, can provide extremely exciting races. This is often due to highly unpredictable weather. Rain is not uncommon and can soak one part of the track while the rest remains dry. Follow the 2009 Belgian Grand Prix live online to see if the teams will require rain tyres this year.

A subscription to www.watchf1.net provides access to live F1 streaming of the Belgian Grand Prix and the remaining races of the 2009 Formula 1 season. The title battle is between four drivers with Button, Barrichello, Webber and Vettel all battling for the ultimate prize. At www.watchf1.net you are also able to watch other major international racing series, such as MotoGP and NASCAR.

After a four week break the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship resumes in Valencia for the European Grand Prix on August 23rd. You can watch Formula 1 live online at www.watchf1.net and see who can tame the Spanish street circuit.

It has been a turbulent few weeks for motor racing. Following the tragic death of Henry Surtees in a Formula 2 race at Brands Hatch Ferrari’s Felipe Massa was left critically injured after a crash in Formula 1 qualifying at the Hungaroring. Both accidents were caused by objects from other cars striking the driver’s crash helmet.

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With the focus firmly on safety Renault has been suspended from the European Grand Prix after being accused of releasing Fernando Alonso’s car from the pits in Hungary with a loose wheel which later detached. Watch the European Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the FIA will overturn the decision and allow Alonso to race in front of his home crowd. Nelson Piquet has lost his Renault drive and will most likely be replaced by GP2 driver Romain Grosjean.

valenciaMassa has now left hospital in his native Brazil and Valencia was due to see the much anticipated return of Michael Schumacher to Formula 1. The seven times F1 World Champion was set to replace Massa at Ferrari after an absence of nearly three years from Grand Prix racing, but cancelled his comeback due to a neck injury. You can watch live online Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net and find out who does eventually land the second Ferrari seat.

Brawn GP’s Jenson Button still leads the Formula 1 World Championship but the Englishman hasn’t looked like winning recently. Last time out in Hungary Lewis Hamilton scored his maiden victory of the season. You can follow the European GP live online here at www.watchf1.net as the defending F1 World Champion tries to make it two Grand Prix wins in a row.

Button’s main threats in the world title fight are Red Bull team-mates Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel. Webber finished second at the Hungaroring to further narrow the gap to Button in the points standings. Follow F1 live online at www.watchf1.net as the popular Australian continues to chase his first Formula 1 World Championship.

The Valencia street circuit first staged a Formula 1 race last year, with Massa winning from pole position. The track has an astonishing 25 corners, crammed into just 5.419 km (3.367 miles). The 2009 European Grand Prix will take place over 57 laps of the circuit and you can follow all the action here at www.watchf1.net. The lap record also belongs to Massa, in a time of 1minute, 38.708 seconds.

Take advantage of live F1 streaming to watch the 2009 European Grand Prix from Valencia live online at www.watchf1.net. In addition to live Formula 1 coverage you can also follow other major racing series, including NASCAR and MotoGP.

Jenson Button will be aiming for home glory in the British GP at Silverstone on June 21st, the eighth round of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship. Watch the British Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the Englishman can win in front of his own fans.

Button scored his sixth win in seven races at the last race, the Turkish GP. The Brawn GP driver’s nearest challengers were the Red Bull pairing of Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel, who finished second and third respectively. Watch live online F1 streaming here to find out if either driver can halt Button and Brawn GP’s winning run.

The 2009 British GP will be the final time the race is held at Silverstone. The very first F1 World Championship race was held at the Northamptonshire circuit back in 1950. From 2010 the race will either move to Donington or disappear altogether. Subscribe to www.watchf1.net to enjoy live f1 online streaming of Silverstone’s swansong as a Formula 1 venue.

The 2009 British GP will be run over 60 laps of the 5.141 km (3.194 miles) circuit, making a total race distance of 308.355 km (191.600 miles). The lap record dates from 2004 and is held by Michael Schumacher, who recorded 1 minute, 18.739 seconds in his Ferrari.

Last year’s British Grand Prix saw a stunning drive in wet conditions by Lewis Hamilton. Watch Formula 1 live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the defending World Champion can challenge for victory this year. Hamilton will be hoping for more rain in a bid to compensate for his troublesome McLaren which has not been competitive this year.

Button’s nearest challenger in the Formula 1 World Championship is his Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello. The veteran Brazilian had a dismal outing in Turkey and knows he must start outscoring Button if he is to have a chance of claiming his maiden title. Watch the British GP live online at www.watchf1.net to see if Barrichello can start his fight back at a Silverstone. He scored a memorable victory at the circuit in 2003 behind the wheel of a Ferrari.

Ferrari has yet to win a race in 2009 but have shown improved pace recently. Kimi Raikkonen is a previous winner of the British GP. Take advantage of live online Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net to see if ‘The Iceman’ can score his second British Grand Prix victory.

Follow the 2009 British GP live online here to see if Brawn GP can break through the 100 points barrier in the Constructor’s Championship. The new team currently has 96 points, well clear of second place Red Bull. At the other end of the grid Nelson Piquet will be under pressure to up his game after another lacklustre weekend in Turkey.

A yearly subscription to www.watchf1.net gives you access to live F1 streaming of all the remaining races in the 2009  and upcoming 2010 Formula 1 World Championship. It also provides coverage of other major racing series, including MotoGP IndyCar, A1 GP and NASCAR. Join Now and start watching your favorite motorsports live online on your desktop or laptop.

Watch all the action from the Turkish GP live online at www.watchf1.net as Jenson Button strives to extend his F1 World Championship lead. The Brawn GP driver sits 16 points clear of his team-mate Rubens Barrichello at the head of the driver’s standings.

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Last time out in Monaco Button was again the class of the field, scoring his fifth win in six races this season. You can watch live F1 streaming of the Turkish GP weekend at  www.watchf1.net to see if the Englishman can make it six victories.

Barrichello finished second to Button in Monaco, with Ferrari showing improved form. Kimi Raikkonen ended the race in third, just ahead of his team-mate Felipe Massa. The last three Turkish Grands Prix have all been won by Massa, and he has claimed pole position on each occasion.

turkish-grand-prixThe Turkish GP is held at the Istanbul Park Circuit and the track is a favourite of the drivers. The only other person to win the Turkish GP is Raikkonen, who triumphed in the inaugural race in 2005 for McLaren. Juan-Pablo Montoya’s lap record of 1:24.770 still stands.Watch the Turkish Grand Prix live online at www.livef1.net to see if any driver can better the Columbian’s time.

The Hermann Tilke designed circuit features sweeping elevation changes and the daunting turn eight, which is a four apex corner. The turn is taken at very high speed, exerting lateral forces of 5G on the drivers and has caught many out. You can watch F1 live online at www.watchf1.net and see how the drivers cope with the unique challenge this corner poses.

The 2009 Turkish GP will be held on June 7th, over 58 laps of the 3.317 miles (5.338 km) circuit, giving a total race distance of 192.250 miles (309.396 km). Although the favourites for the 2009 race will be Button and Barrichello in the Brawns they can expect stiff competition from triple Turkish GP winner Massa in his Ferrari. Follow the Turkish GP live online to see if the popular Brazilian can make it four wins in a row at Istanbul Park. Subscribe now to watch turkish grand prix live online.

Red Bull will be hoping to bounce back after a disappointing Monaco GP weekend. Mark Webber made it into the points but his team-mate Sebastian Vettel, who lies third in the F1 World Championship, crashed out of the race. Vettel is the only driver to have won a race this season apart from Button. See if the young German can add to his tally by following Formula 1 live online at www.livef1.net.

Williams have flattered to deceive so far during the 2009 F1 season. Nico Rosberg has often been fastest in practice only to fade in the race, while his team-mate Kazuki Nakajima crashed out on the last lap in Monaco.

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Defending F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton had a disastrous time in Monaco, finishing a lap down in 12th. You can see if he can turn his season around by watching live streaming of the Turkish GP, where he finished second last year.

A subscription to www.watchf1.net provides access to live online F1 streaming and live online coverage of other major racing series throught the year. These include MotoGP and NASCAR.

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