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We're back to racing - what are the times for the Monaco Grand Prix?

The fifth stage of the Formula 1 season is upon us. This weekend, the twenty drivers will try to prove themselves on the streets of Monaco, a classic circuit that guarantees action. The only question that remains is: What are the times for this Grand Prix weekend? The weekend will kick off on Friday, as usual. The first free practice will take place at 10.30am, followed by the second session, which will start at 2pm UK time. Read more McLaren reveals special livery for Monaco Grand Prix On Saturday, qualifying on the legendary street circuit will start at 14:00. Before that, the third free practice session will take place. The green lights will go on for this session at 11.00hrs. Read more...
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