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We’re start­ing the TV guide retro style this week, with a par­tic­u­lar race in mind; the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix.

The whole week­end was ex­cit­ing, with Michael Schu­macher fa­mously hold­ing up Ger­hard Berger in qual­i­fy­ing, and rain fell not long be­fore the start. Olivier Pa­nis forced his way past Ed­die Irvine in an in­fa­mous move at the Loews Hair­pin for his first and only F1 vic­tory. Watch it on Sky Sports F1 Clas­sic Races (Thurs­day, 2100-2145hrs).

Stick­ing with F1 but com­ing into the mod­ern era, the F1 Mid­week Re­port is also on the box, al­low­ing you to catch up with all the talk­ing points from the open­ing round of thee sea­son in Aus­tralia (Thurs­day, 20302100hrs, Sky Sports F1 HD).

It’s a cir­cuit rac­ing-heavy guide this week, with high­lights of the Se­bring 12 Hours – the lat­est round of the IMSA Amer­i­can sportscar cham­pi­onship – an­other must watch. Fan­gio, Moss, An­dretti and Kris­tensen have all won the race in the past, with Se­bastien Bour­dais, Chris­tian Fit­ti­paldi and Joao Bar­bosa the reign­ing win­ners.

Fi­nally, a chance to catch some high­lights from an ex­cit­ing For­mula E race in Mex­ico is on of­fer. Post-race drama shook up the re­sult, so make sure you tune in (Satur­day, 0930-1030hrs, Eurosport).

Pa­nis won a dra­matic Monaco GP back in 1996

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