The Monaco Grand Prix was first held in 1929 and has been part of the modern day Formula One calendar since it began in 1950. Considered amongst the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world, the Monaco Grand Prix forms the Triple Crown of motor racing along with the Indianapolis 500 and 24 hours of Le Mans. Situated around the harbor of the Principality of Monaco, Circuit de Monaco consists of a narrow course laid out on the streets of the city of Monte-Carlo and La Condamine. The Monaco Grand Prix provides an exciting run with several elevation changes, sharp turns and a tunnel that makes it one of the most challenging and dangerous tracks in F1. If you want to experience the thrills of motor racing in "an exceptional location of glamour and prestige" then the Monaco Grand Prix is where you need to be!
Winner of Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix in 2020:
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