Formula One 2018: Live scoring, TV, live streaming for Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Daniel Ricciardo will be on the pole for Sunday’s 2018 Monaco Grand Prix, but Formula One legends Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton will be close by, starting second and third, respectively.
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Monaco kicks off auto racing’s biggest day, with the green flag at 9:10 a.m. (Eastern) on ESPN. Live streaming is available via WatchESPN. Live scoring is available on the F1 Live Timing Leaderboard.
Ricciardo dominated Saturday’s qualifying with a record lap of one minute, 10.810 seconds to grab the pole.
Hamilton, who has won the last two F1 races, leads defending Monaco champ Vettel by 17 points in the season standings as both drivers shoot for a fifth F1 championship.
MONACO GRAND PRIX
Site: Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Schedule: Sunday, race, 9:10 a.m., ESPN
Track: Monaco Circuit (2.07 miles).
Race distance: 161.7 miles, 78 laps.
Last year: Sebastian Vettel won a race that featured just one lead change.
Last race: Lewis Hamilton dominated in Barcelona two weeks ago.
Fast facts: One of F1’s most iconic races is set for this weekend as the series descends on Monte Carlo. Formula 1 has been racing there since 1950. ..The course setup makes passing nearly impossible, so qualifying in Monaco is as important as nearly any other motor sports event in the world. …Ayrton Senna holds the course record with six victories. Graham Hill and Michael Schumacher won in Monte Carlo five times, while Alain Prost took first four times.
Next race: Canadian Grand Prix, June 10, Gilles Villeneuve Circuit, Montreal, Canada.
(Race capsule from Associated Press)