Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix

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Overview

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!

Previous winners

Winner of Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix in 2018:

  • Driver: Daniel Ricciardo (Austrailia)
  • Constructor: Red Bull Racing

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Venue

Circuit de Monaco

Automobile Club de Monaco, 23 Boulevard Albert 1er BP 464 98000, Monaco

Guide

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Stand

Description

Tribune B

Tribune B is one of the most sought after grandstand with a stunning view of the Monte Carlo Casino and a sharp right-hand turn just after the Massenet corner. 

Tribune K

The picturesque harbor in the backdrop with a quick left-hand turn and the first ‘S’ turn makes Tribune K one of the best spots to experience the action.

Tribune T (High)

Tribune T follows the stretch from the Piscine to the docks of the harbor and also provides an exclusive view of the pit stops.

Tribune T (Low)

Tribune A

Tribune A is the first corner after the start/finish straight and has an amazing view of the start and finish of the race, but, there is no TV in view.

Tribune A1

Tribune V

Tribune V is the last corner which gives you a glimpse of the right-hand turn leading up to the start/finish straight and is also directly opposite to the pit lane entrance.

Tribune L (High)

Tribunes L, N, O and P are situated at the centre of the Monaco harbor and offer amazing views across the bay, out of these grandstands L Tribune overlooks the pit lane and gives you a closer look of the race.

Tribune L (Low)

Tribune N

Tribune O (High)

Tribune O (Low)

Tribune P

Tribune C

Tribune C is a small grandstand with the best view of the tunnel entrance where the drivers struggle to overtake each other at the sharp right-hand turn and disappear in the dark tunnel.

Tribune X1

Tribune X1 and X2 are arguably one of the prime spots with most of the VIP terraces, a clear view of the Paddock and an amazing glimpse of the start and finish line.

 

Tribune X2

General Admission (Z1)

 

General Admission (Rocher)

 

 

 

Inside the venue


Food & Beverages:

  • Supermarkets, cafes, restaurants and bars are located around the circuit.
  • There are various food and beverage stalls located within the grounds.

 

Inside the Venue

Item

Allowed (Yes/No)

Comments

Alcohol

Yes

 

Bags

Yes

 

Beverages

Yes

 

Binoculars/Camcorders

Yes

 

Cameras (Still Photography)

Yes

 

Chairs

Yes

 

Cigarettes

Yes

 

Containers

(bottles, ice boxes, Aerosol)

Yes

Avoid carrying glass bottles or containers

Food/Baby Food

Yes

 

Fireworks

No

 

Laser Lights and Pointers

No

 

Medicines

Yes

 

Umbrellas

Yes

 

 

Other Amenities:

  • Restrooms
  • Assistance
  • First Aid.

Venue details


  • Circuit Map
  • Capacity:
    • 120,000    
  • Length: 3.340 Km
  • Laps: 78

Schedule Timing


Thursday 25 May, 2017:

  Practice 1: 10:00 am to 11:30 am

  Practice 2: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Saturday 27 May, 2017:

  Practice 3: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

  Qualifying: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Sunday 28 May, 2017:

  Race: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

 

  

 

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