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Press Conferences Schedule – 2017 Monaco GP

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Round Six of the 2017 FIA Formula 1 World Championship sees teams and drivers descend on Monte Carlo for one of the season’s most highly-anticipated events: the Monaco Grand Prix. While the speeds are lower on the narrow streets of the Principality, nowhere does F1 look faster.

Press Conferences Schedule

DATETIMEDRIVER / TEAM MEMBER
Wednesday, 24 May15:00 hrs Part 1:


Jenson Button (McLaren)

Nico Hulkenberg (Renault)

Esteban Ocon (Force India)


Part 2:


Felipe Massa (Williams)

Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)

Pascal Wehrlein (Sauber)
Thursday, 25 May16:00 hrs Part 1:

Andy Green (Force India)

Paul Monaghan (Red Bull)

Jörg Zander (Sauber)


Part 2:


Gene Haas (Haas)

Jonathan Neale (McLaren)

Franz Tost (Toro Rosso)
Saturday, 27 MayPost-QualifyingThree fastest Drivers from Qualifying
Sunday, 28 MayPost Race First three finishing Drivers

*Thursday and Friday Press Conferences will be divided into two sections. The first part of the print media conference (approx. 25 mins) in the press conference room, will be devoted to those nominated in Part 1 in the above lists. During this part of the conference, those nominated in Part 2 of each Press Conference list will be available in the TV pen for broadcast media.

After 25 minutes, those in the TV pen for the first section will be accompanied by the FIA from the TV pen to the press conference room for the second part of the print media press conference. Those in the press conference room will be taken to the TV pen for interview by broadcast media.

All Press Conferences will take place in the Press Conference Room. The TV pen will be located in its traditional position here, in the paddock square in front of FIA Hospitality

Qualifying and post-race press conferences will take place after the television unilateral interviews and the podium ceremony, which will be broadcast in the Media Centre and the Press Conference Room.

Source: FIA

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