When's the Monaco GP on Sky?

Formula 1’s jewel in its crown returns and there are a host of ways you can watch the Monaco GP on Sky Sports from May 24-27.

Remember that Practice One and Two take place on Thursday in Monte Carlo, while the key weekend times are 2pm for Saturday Qualifying, with lights out at 2.10pm on Sunday.

Lewis Hamilton holds a 17-point lead at the top of the Drivers’ Championship heading into Round Six and is seeking to make it a hat-trick of wins in F1 2018.

Meanwhile Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari are looking to get their title bid back on track while Red Bull arrive in Monaco optimistic their RB14 could be firmly in the victory hunt.

How can you watch the Monaco GP on Sky?
All of Sky Sports F1’s coverage for the Formula 1 2018 season can be found on channel 406.

Not yet a Sky Sports subscriber? Find out more here

Race Control, offering multiple driver cams, the pitlane channel, driver tracker and an up-to-date timing page, will be available on the Red Button as well as on the Sky Sports iPad app for those of you on the move, or you can follow the race by signing into Sky Go.

Sky Q customers with a 2TB box and Multiscreen package can watch the F1 track action in incredible Ultra HD – the only place in the UK and Ireland you can do so.

Non-subscribers, meanwhile, will be able to watch the race on NOW TV from £7.99 – with no contract required.

And finally, our digital platforms – including the Sky Sports website and mobile app – will have all the news and insights from Monte Carlo both before and after race day, with every session covered in our live blog.

Wednesday, May 23
2pm – Drivers’ Press Conference LIVE!
8.30pm – F1 Report: Monaco GP Preview
9pm – Paddock Uncut: Monaco

Thursday, May 24
8.10am – Formula Two Practice LIVE!
9.45am – Monaco GP Practice One build-up
10am – MONACO GP PRACTICE ONE LIVE!
12pm – Team Principals’ Press Conference LIVE! (streamed on Sky Sports website and app)
12.15pm – Formula 2 Qualifying LIVE!
1.45pm – Monaco GP Practice Two build-up
2pm – MONACO GP PRACTICE TWO LIVE!

Friday, May 25
10.25am – Formula Two Race One LIVE!

Saturday, May 26
10.45am – Monaco GP Practice Three build-up
11am – MONACO GP PRACTICE THREE LIVE!
1pm – Monaco GP Qualifying build-up
2pm – MONACO GP QUALIFYING LIVE!
3.40pm – THE F1 SHOW LIVE!
4.15pm – Formula 2 Race Two LIVE!

Sunday, May 27
12.30pm – Monaco GP Pit Lane LIVE!
1.30pm – Monaco GP On the Grid LIVE!
2.10pm – THE MONACO GRAND PRIX LIVE!
4.30pm – Monaco GP Paddock LIVE!

The crown jewel in the F1 calendar returns and you can watch the Monaco GP on Sky Sports F1 from May 24-27. Get Sky Sports F1.

Formula 1’s jewel in its crown returns and there are a host of ways you can watch the Monaco GP on Sky Sports from May 24-27.

Remember that Practice One and Two take place on Thursday in Monte Carlo, while the key weekend times are 2pm for Saturday Qualifying, with lights out at 2.10pm on Sunday.

Lewis Hamilton holds a 17-point lead at the top of the Drivers’ Championship heading into Round Six and is seeking to make it a hat-trick of wins in F1 2018.

Meanwhile Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari are looking to get their title bid back on track while Red Bull arrive in Monaco optimistic their RB14 could be firmly in the victory hunt.

How can you watch the Monaco GP on Sky?
All of Sky Sports F1’s coverage for the Formula 1 2018 season can be found on channel 406.

Not yet a Sky Sports subscriber? Find out more here

Race Control, offering multiple driver cams, the pitlane channel, driver tracker and an up-to-date timing page, will be available on the Red Button as well as on the Sky Sports iPad app for those of you on the move, or you can follow the race by signing into Sky Go.

Sky Q customers with a 2TB box and Multiscreen package can watch the F1 track action in incredible Ultra HD – the only place in the UK and Ireland you can do so.

Non-subscribers, meanwhile, will be able to watch the race on NOW TV from £7.99 – with no contract required.

And finally, our digital platforms – including the Sky Sports website and mobile app – will have all the news and insights from Monte Carlo both before and after race day, with every session covered in our live blog.

Wednesday, May 23
2pm – Drivers’ Press Conference LIVE!
8.30pm – F1 Report: Monaco GP Preview
9pm – Paddock Uncut: Monaco

Thursday, May 24
8.10am – Formula Two Practice LIVE!
9.45am – Monaco GP Practice One build-up
10am – MONACO GP PRACTICE ONE LIVE!
12pm – Team Principals’ Press Conference LIVE! (streamed on Sky Sports website and app)
12.15pm – Formula 2 Qualifying LIVE!
1.45pm – Monaco GP Practice Two build-up
2pm – MONACO GP PRACTICE TWO LIVE!

Friday, May 25
10.25am – Formula Two Race One LIVE!

Saturday, May 26
10.45am – Monaco GP Practice Three build-up
11am – MONACO GP PRACTICE THREE LIVE!
1pm – Monaco GP Qualifying build-up
2pm – MONACO GP QUALIFYING LIVE!
3.40pm – THE F1 SHOW LIVE!
4.15pm – Formula 2 Race Two LIVE!

Sunday, May 27
12.30pm – Monaco GP Pit Lane LIVE!
1.30pm – Monaco GP On the Grid LIVE!
2.10pm – THE MONACO GRAND PRIX LIVE!
4.30pm – Monaco GP Paddock LIVE!

The crown jewel in the F1 calendar returns and you can watch the Monaco GP on Sky Sports F1 from May 24-27. Get Sky Sports F1.

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