The Circuit de Monaco runs through the streets of La Condamine and Monte Carlo, around Monaco harbour. The first Monaco Grand Prix was organised by Anthony Noghs in 1929, and is regarded as one of the most prestigious automobile races in the world.
The first Grand Prix of Monaco was won by William Grover Williams, then followed by others great names like Schumacher, Senna, Prost, Fangio, Graham Hill.
It’s the slowest and the hardest of-the World Formula 1 Championship.
The Grand Prix of Monaco is a wonderful fabulous race that all the pilots dream to win on the circuit of the Principality.
The circuit’s elevations shifts, tight corners and a narrow course make it one of the trickiest in Formula One. It includes both the corner in the sport (the Grand Hotel hairpin, taken at just 50kph (31mph) and one of the quickest (the flat out kink in the tunnel, three turns beyond the hairpin, taken at 260kph (160mph).
Coming to the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco is one moment unforgettable that you have to prepare and expect.
Now the Grand Prix of Monaco is globally known even by the least enthusiastic of motor sport and after various modification on the initial course (turn Sainte – Commit, the turn of the restaurant La Rascasse), the circuit measures presently 3, 367 km. Due to its duration the Grand Prix is restricted to 78 turns.
It truly is in 1929, on April 14th at 13:30, under the honorary Presidency of S.A.S. the Prince Louis II that the Grand Prix of Monaco was born thanks in particular to President Anthony Noghes who revealed a powerful will in order to help you to organize in the smallest European state (after the Vatican) an occasion of this scale. His thought strongly supported by the Prince Louis II may be concretized thanks to its motivation and assistance of the famed pilot Monegasque, Louis Chiron.
To win in Monaco is tough because just a small mistake in the streets of the principality is critical.
While overtaking is notoriously difficult, the circuit’s twists and turns favour the skill of the motorist over the power of the cars.
In 2012 Mark Webber made it three victories in a row for Red Bull Racing.