Monaco Grand Prix Historique


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From Friday May the 9th to Sunday May the 11th, the excitement of Historic Car Racing returns to the streets of the Principality for the 9th ‘Monaco Grand Prix Historique’.

Enjoy the sights and sounds of the most beautiful Historic Racing Cars in 7 action-packed races, featuring Bugattis from the Twenties up to Formula One cars from the Seventies and Eighties. World Champions Alain Prost and Damon Hill are returning with Jean-Pierre Jabouille to demonstrate the powerful Renault F1 Turbos.

Go to acm.mc for event information and to get your tickets from just 20 Euros

The Historic Grand Prix of Monaco exists since 1997. It’s organised 2 weeks before the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco.

It takes place on the same circuit as the Formula 1 Grand Prix with the charming old cars that propose a travel back in time.

Organised every two years by the Automobile Club of Monaco (ACM), it’s a success for the spectators that come more and more each year.

Cars are distributed into 7 races for the 9th edition of the Grand Prix Historique :

Series A : Pre-war “Voiturettes” and Grand-Prix Cars, from 1939 maximum

Series B : Formula 1 and Formula 2 Grand Prix Cars, manufactured before 1961

Series C : Sports Cars that ran from 1952 to 1955 (included)

Series D : F1 Grand Prix Cars ? 1500cc, from 1961 to 1965 (included)

Series E : F1 Grand Prix Cars ? from 1966 to 1972 (included)

Series F : F1 Grand Prix Cars ? from 1973 to 1978 included)

Series G : Formula 3 Cars, 2 liters – from 1974 to 1978 included)

 

Can’t get there? Check out some historic photos from Riviera Radio 106.5 FM

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