Circuit de Monaco

The Most Prestigious Track in Motorsports

The Circuit de Monaco is one of the most prestigious locations in global sports.  The track not only has the biggest name in F1, but has become a household around the world.  The Monte Carlo track is known for tight bends, elevation changes and flat out straights making it the most demanding test of driving skills in Formula 1, and perhaps even in road racing.

In 1996, Formula 1 saw one of its wildest races held in Monaco, where only 3 of 22 drivers finished the race, with winner starting in 14th place on the grid!

The course never disappoints and drivers put on a showcase of some of the most challenging and technical driving on Earth, with high-speed cornering, challenging chicanes and non-ideal road surfaces leading to hairy situations.

Monaco Grand Prix Hospitality

The Monaco GP is also a hugely popular event for guests looking for unique VIP hospitality.  Being in the summer on the coast of the Mediterranean, travelling to the tiny country for the race is an ideal way to celebrate with friends or impress important clients.

Monaco Grand Prix News and Updates

Monaco is the smallest European country to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix. The idea for this was founded by Prince Louis II and President Anthony Noghes.

The current circuit in Monte Carlo, Monaco measures currently 3,367 km and is limited to 78 turns due to its length. Many F1 drivers describe it as a difficult circuit and overtaking is nearly impossible, proving very exciting for the avid motor sport race goer attending the Monaco Grand Prix.