Monaco Grand Prix
2018 dates to be confirmed.
AT A GLANCE
Venues: Circuit de Monaco
The Monaco Grand Prix epitomises everything that we love about Formula One racing: daring speeds, glitz, glamour, passion and noise.
And with the cars never too far from the barriers, there is even a thrilling hint of danger.
Hosted each year at the Circuit de Monaco and run since 1929, the Monaco Grand Prix is considered to be the most prestigious motorsport event in the world.
The precarious course is laid out in the city streets and features heart-pumping elevation changes, tight corners, and a tunnel. This makes it one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One. Despite the relatively low average speeds, it is a dangerous place to race and often involves the intervention of a safety car.
The Grand Prix weekend sees scores of spectators crowd around the Monaco Circuit on temporary grandstands, balconies, and rooftops. Yachts fill the harbour as celebrities arrive to take their share of the action. From watching precision machines roar around the circuit to people-watching the rich and famous, experience the thrill of the Monaco Grand Prix for yourself.
Don't delay. Book your 2017 Monaco Grand Prix tickets today or register your interest by completing our enquiry form and be the first to know about our 2018 Monaco Grand Prix packages when they become available.
Located on the French Riviera in Western Europe, Monaco is a small principality famous for its glamorous beaches, excellent cuisine, exceptional shopping and for hosting the Monaco Grand Prix, held every year in May. Here, the Grimaldi Family have reigned supreme since 1297. With a reputation for high-flying parties and an average of 300 sunshine days per year, Monaco is all about living life at full throttle. Start with a good night out and follow it up with a lazy breakfast. Do some exploring. Take a stroll by the harbour and marvel at the super yachts belonging to the super-wealthy. Explore the Jardin Exotique, which is home to more than 7 000 varieties of cacti, or walk around the Palais du Prince, the Grimaldi’s official residence for 700 years.