F1 Monaco Grand Prix

F1 Monaco Grand Prix 2020

Visit Monaco this summer between 22rd May - 24th May 2020 and experience the adrenaline, the sights and the sounds of the 78th Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco.

The Monaco Grand Prix is an exceptional location of glamour and prestige with its circuit of 3.337 km and a total distance raced of 260.286 km over 78 laps.

The circuit weaves it way through narrow streets of Monaco, passing many famous attractions along its route.

Since the first race that took place in 1929 and won by William Grover-Williams racing for Bugatti, the event has grown more and more popular each year, attracting famous professional formula 1 racing drivers including names such as Daniel Ricciardo, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, David Coulthard, Michael Schumacher, Ayton Senna, Graham Hill and the very first winner, William Grover-Williams.

Every year since 1929 with the exception of the years 1954, 1955, 1951, 1949 , 1947- 1938, Monaco has played host to the world famous motor sporting event in Monaco, South of France.

Circuit Facts:

Circuit length: 3.337 km

Circuit race distance: 260.286 km

Circuit laps: 78

Whilst staying in Monaco why not explore the location attractions including Monaco's old town, The Prince's Palace, Saint Nicholas Cathedral, Shopping on the luxurious Carré d’Or or rental a boat or yacht in Monaco Harbour.

Getting here:

Fly in by plane to Nice Airport (NCE).


1929 Monaco Grand Prix poster

1929 Monaco Grand Prix poster

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Racing car on the Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Racing car on the Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

Monaco Grand Prix circuit

William Grover Williams the winner of the 1929 Monaco Grand Prix

William Grover Williams the winner of the 1929 Monaco Grand Prix


Location

74 Boulevard d'Italie, 98 000 Monaco


Holiday Homes

If you are looking for accommodation, Pure France has 7 self-catering holiday homes in the area...

Holiday home in Vence

Holiday home, La Maison de Vence 5 bedrooms | sleeps 10

Holiday home in Provence with private pool

Holiday villa, Villa Caillades 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Holiday villa with private, heated pool

Holiday villa, Villa Azure 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Holiday château in Provence

Holiday château, Château Germaine 7 bedrooms | sleeps 14

Rental apartment in Provence with private, heated pool

Rental apartment, Les Fumerates 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Holiday villa in Provence with private pool

Holiday villa, Cachette de la Mer 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Vacation villa in Provence with private, heated pool

Vacation villa, Villa de Vence 5 bedrooms | sleeps 10


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Entry fees, opening hours and other information correct at the time of publishing, May 2019.


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