Where can I watch the Formula 1 2018 Monaco Grand Prix live on TV?

Find out where to watch the sixth race of the F1 season on Sky Sports and Channel 4

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Formula 1 2018 TV coverage guide: Monaco Grand Prix, live from the Circuit de Monaco

Lewis Hamilton heads into the Monaco Grand Prix – which former world champion Nico Rosberg has called “the most difficult race of the year” – atop the rankings after his win in Barcelona earlier this month. He leads Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel by 17 points, and is a full 37 points ahead of Valtteri Bottas in third place.

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Find out how to watch the race live on TV, with full Sky Sports and Channel 4 details below.

Qualifying: Saturday 26th May

Live coverage is on Sky Sports F1 and Channel 4, with qualifying starting at 2pm. 

Race Day: Sunday 27th May

Live coverage is on Sky Sports F1 and Channel 4, with the race starting at 2.10pm.

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Where else can I follow the Monaco Grand Prix?

BBC Radio 5 Live has qualifying coverage from 2pm on Saturday. Coverage of the race itself is on 5 Live from 2pm on Sunday.

Formula 1 2018 race calendar and TV coverage guide

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