Monaco Grand Prix

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The sixth round of the 2017 Formula One season brings to beautiful Monte Carlo, home of one of the most illustrious Motorsport races of the year — the Monaco Grand Prix. It’ll be a Ferrari 1-2 at the starting grid, with Kimi Raikkonen at the pole and his teammate Sebastian Vettel in second. The 75th Formula One Monaco Grand Prix will take place Sunday. if you’re not watching the race from a yacht near the Rascasse corner or the casino/hotel balcony, here’s how you can watch, stream at home.

Meanwhile at the front of the grid the Ferraris lock out the top two spots with Kimi Raikkonen on pole position and Sebastian Vettel in second – Valtteri Bottas takes third place.

So, if you want you watch all the action from today’s Monaco Grand Prix here’s how to stream all the action online.

Kimi Raikkonen will start in first place on the gird for the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, possibly the biggest race on the sport’s calendar each and every year. The 2.074-mile road course is one of the most exciting to watch each year, and Ferrari will have a front row lockout with Sebastian Vettel qualifying in second.

Sunday’s race will begin bright and early in the United States, airing on NBC at 8 a.m. ET. It’s held on the same day as the Indianapolis 500, one of the other biggest races in all of motorsports. A live stream of the Monaco Grand Prix will be available via NBC Sports and the NBC Sports app on various connected devices.

The Indy 500 is mentioned because Fernando Alonso, perhaps the best driver in F1, is skipping Monaco to race in the American race for the first time. Jenson Button, who retired at the end of last season, will race for McLaren in place of Alonso.

Button made it to the final qualifying session and made it ninth fastest, but will start from the back of the grid due to a 15-place penalty from an engine change.

Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes trails Vettel in the Drivers Championship by just six points. But he’ll have little prospect of closing that gap on Sunday, as he was forced to abort a qualifying lap in the second session following a Stoffel Vandoorne crash.

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