The Formula 1 World Championship stops at the iconic Monaco circuit, an urban track where triple world champion Max Verstappen (Red Bull) could achieve his 60th victory in the premier class. 

The Dutchman, who dominates the championship with an iron fist, is once again the big favorite to win. He would be the sixth so far this season. At the moment, he has no rival on the track. 

The McLaren and Ferrari drivers will try to spoil the party. It is no coincidence that they choose to dethrone the world championship leader, because they are the only teams that have scored the two races that the triple world champion from the Netherlands did not score this year.

Carlos Sainz, winner in Australia and fifth in the Imola GP, will leave with the minimum intention of returning to a podium he climbed twice. For his part, Fernando Alonso clings to what happened last season in Monaco where he was about to score his 33rd victory in Formula 1. 

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The Monaco Formula 1 GP race, scheduled for 78 laps to complete a 260 kilometer route, will be held this Sunday, May 26, at the Monte Carlo Circuit starting at 3:00 p.m. It can be seen on television on DAZN and Movistar and can also be followed live through the La Vanguardia website.