How to watch the 2023 F1 Monaco Grand Prix on ESPN

The 2023 Formula 1 racing season is in full swing, with expanded viewing options for American F1 fans across a variety of platforms. After the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix was punted due to floods in Italy, the racing action returns in Monaco this weekend.

When is the Monaco Grand Prix? How can I watch?

The Monaco Grand Prix will air live at 9:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, May 28, on ESPN+ and ABC. ABC and ESPN+ coverage will begin at 7:30 a.m. ET with the prerace show. The ESPN Deportes telecast will start at 8:00 a.m. ET.

What other races can I catch on ESPN this year?

ESPN platforms will air all 23 races in the championship, with 18 of the 23 airing on ABC or ESPN. The other five will air on ESPN2. Click here for the full 2023 F1 schedule on ESPN platforms.

What new elements can I expect throughout the rest of the 2023 F1 season?

Thirteen races will air on ESPN, which is the most ever. For the first time in history, the F1 season will include three races in the U.S., with the inaugural Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix running in November.

How can I access more F1 coverage from ESPN?

ESPN's F1 coverage also includes a dedicated site that reports on the championship year-round, with reporters on site at every race. ESPN's F1 reporters also contribute to the video podcast program "Unlapped," which appears year-round on the ESPN YouTube channel. Also connected with the ESPN.com/F1 website are social handles @ESPNF1 on Twitter, @ESPNF1 on Instagram and ESPNF1 on Facebook. To stream races, interviews, and more, check out the ESPN F1 video hub page.

Who is the favorite to win the Monaco Grand Prix?

Max Verstappen is currently a +120 favorite to win the Monaco Grand Prix with Sergio Perez, Charles Leclerc and Fernando Alonso behind him. Here are the odds to win for each driver.

Liz Loza's pick to win

Fernando Alonso (+600). Racing at Monaco requires precision. The circuit is twisty and unforgiving, featuring tight turns and cramped pit lanes. Overtaking is rare, which makes qualifying key to succeeding in Monte Carlo. While the Red Bull drivers have dominated 2023, Fernando Alonso's mid-life glow up has proven to be very real. The Aston Martin is well-suited for Monaco's slower track and Alonso's experience figures to keep the car ahead of the pack. With potential rain in the forecast, the vet is my favorite to win Monaco, with Max Verstappen next, and Sergio "King of the Streets" Perez just behind his teammate.