Monaco F1 Track: All the circuit details at Monaco Grand Prix- Circuit Length, Top Speed, and Corner names will be revealed.
Monaco‘s circuit is the most famous street track in Formula 1, with its history taking it back to 1929, and it has been part of Formula 1 since forever.
Though on race day, there is hardly any overtaking, and the cars usually make 78 rounds of the circuit. However, the glamour and proximity to cars with yachts around make it an exotic F1 destination.
Monaco’s circuit is among the narrowest and shortest track of the season, as it takes nearly 70-74 seconds for a car to make a round of it, while it takes an average car 103 seconds to cover a lap at Spa.
So, there is a significant difference between the rest of the tracks and Monaco. Hence it is special and always looked ahead every year.
Monaco F1 track details
Monaco’s track, as mentioned above, even with an average speed trap recording of less than 300, a driver manages to complete a lap in less than 75 seconds.
Circuit length: 3.337km
Top speed: 290kph
There are approximately 19 corners in Monaco’s track, and some are really tricky; if not passed diligently, one would surely crash into the wall.
All the corners of the circuit have their own name, with all the corners having significance around it. The Sportsrush will name all the corners at Monaco.
- Sainte Devote
- Beaue Rivage
- Casino Square
- Mirabeau Haute
- Grand Hotel Hairpin
- Mirabeau Bas
- The Tunnel
- Nouvelle Chicane (Turn 10 & 11)
- Swimming Pool complex (Turn 13-16)
- La Rascasse
- Virage Antony Noghes
The Nouvelle Chicane, Swimming pool complex, Sainte Devote and the Tunnel are the most prominent because of their aesthetics and uniqueness.
At Nouvelle Chicane only, Charles Leclerc had his crash on Saturday, overturned qualifying’s outcome, frustrating both Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz.