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Kimi Raikkonen took pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton suffered a dramatic early exit.
The Briton will start Sunday’s race from 13th on the grid after a ragged qualifying session, during which he complained frequently about his Mercedes and narrowly avoided a major accident.
Despite that he looked on course to make the top 10 shootout until Stoffel Vandoorne’s accident forced him to abandon his final flying lap.
The 2017 Formula One season continues with the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend. Here’s a complete guide to how to watch the race.
This weekend the Monaco Grand Prix will be taking place at the Monte Carlo street circuit, with Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, and Valterri Bottas all set to compete.
The race itself has taken place since 1929 and Vettel will be looking to keep his top spot in the Driver’s Championship when it takes place again this Sunday.
Here’s all you need to know about the race:
Lewis Hamilton is set to start a lowly 13th for the Monaco Grand Prix following a disastrous display in qualifying on Saturday as Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen claimed pole position.
Hamilton has struggled for pace all weekend in Monte Carlo, but his failure to progress to the top-10 shootout will come as an almighty shock to Hamilton and his Mercedes team.
Raikkonen secured the number one spot – his first in nearly a decade – after seeing off the challenge from Hamilton’s championship rival Sebastian Vettel by just 0.043 seconds as Ferrari sealed a front-row lockout. Hamilton’s Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas lines up in third.
As usual, Sky is the place to catch every second of the action, from pratices to qualifying to the actual race. But Channel 4 also has coverage this time around.
If you’re a Sky customer with the right package, you’ll be able to watch the race in 4K, as long as you have a 4K-ready TV and a 2TB Sky Q box.
Got all that? Then head over to Sky Channel 408, where you’ll find additional driver cam viewpoints available using Sky’s Race Control feature, which is accessed via the Red Button. This also provides the pitman channel, a driver tracker, and an up-to-date timing page.
If you want to watch the coverage online, the Sky Go service is the way to go. You can watch on your laptop or PC through your browser by heading over to the official site.
Those of you looking to keep up to date via mobile should download the Sky Go app, which is available on both iOS and Android. Here are the links: