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The 2022 Grand Prix in Miami

Organizers said in a statement on Thursday that the first Formula 1 Grand Prix to be held in Miami, Florida, will take place from May 6-8, 2022. “The track construction is proceeding according to expectations, and now that our date has been confirmed by Formula 1, we can quickly follow up by revealing more details about the experience that will live on at the edge of the track,” comments Grand Prix CEO Richard Kerrigan.
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No more parties in Monaco? F1 boss Domenicali says Monaco GP format to be cut to three days

(CNN) — A historic change is on the horizon for Formula One's jewel in the crown, with the Monaco Grand Prix format set to be cut to three days next season. Traditions held since the first official championship in 1950 have dictated that practice sessions in Monaco are held on Thursday, leaving the typical practice day of Friday free for festivities in line with a Christian holiday and extending the overall format to four days.
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Monaco GP stripped back to three days as 23 races planned for 2022

The 2022 Monaco Grand Prix will fall into line with the other races on the calendar and take place over three days rather than its traditional four, Formula One president Stefano Domenicali announced Wednesday. The Monaco GP, which was first run in 1929 and has been ever-present since the inception...
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F1: GP Monaco changes format, three days from Friday to Sunday

The 2022 Monaco Grand Prix will take place over three days, like all the other races on the calendar, and no longer over four, as was traditionally the case in the Principality, announced the president of Formula 1. "Monaco will take place in three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, instead of Thursday, with a break on Friday and then Saturday and Sunday ", Stefano Domenicali told CNN. The Monaco GP, a historic F1 event, has so far had the particularity of starting a day earlier, with free practice organized on Thursdays and not Fridays as on the other circuits. Historically, the Monaco GP, present since the first year of the F1 World Championship in 1950, was organized during the Ascension weekend. Since Thursday is a public holiday, this day was chosen to run the cars, before the stop on Friday,with qualifying on Saturday and the race on Sunday.

Monaco GP F1 race weekend format to change in 2022

Traditionally, the Monaco race weekend is comprised of four days, with free practice held on Thursday before a bank holiday - originally for the celebration of Ascension Day - is observed on Friday. Following the day of rest for F1, track action resumes on Saturday with final practice and qualifying,...

Entertainment factor makes Long Beach GP a bigger deal than Monaco

The Long Beach Grand Prix is the most influential street race in the world. Wait a sec, you say, what about Monaco? Well, yeah, the Monaco GP is older and more glamorous, but it’s also sui generis – a glorified parade around the impossibly narrow streets of a tiny principality best known for being a tax haven for the super wealthy.

Tops / Flops Italian GP: Ricciardo has a smile, Gasly grinds black

Three years. An eternity in Formula 1. Since the Monaco GP in 2018, Daniel Ricciardo had never known the drunkenness of victory. It's now done and this 2021 Italian Grand Prix will remain a highlight in the Australian's career. Chastened by his teammate, Norris, since the start of the season, Ricciardo has had a huge race. A great start, as he started second, and overtaking Max Verstappen from the start. Then, he held on to the Dutchman for 22 laps. A perfect stop, a very solid second run and victory at the end with the best lap as a bonus. It's hard to dream of better for the McLaren driver, already third in the sprint race on Saturday.

Ricciardo “hungry” to end McLaren’s nine-year F1 win drought at Monza

Ricciardo will start on the front row of the grid for the first time since the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix after finishing third in the sprint race. The McLaren driver made a great start from fifth on the grid, making the most of his grippier soft tyres to get past Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris, before challenging Max Verstappen at Turn 1.