Monaco Grand Prix Packages by Coach
When: 24 -26 May 2024
Where: Circuit of Monte Carlo, Monaco
1996 – Wet weather on a dangerous course sees numerous drivers spin off the track, leaving only a record 3 out of 22 cars to finish the race
1993 – Brazilian Ayrton Senna wins the race for a record-breaking sixth time
1982 – A nail-biting race sees Didier Pironi take the lead with 1.5 laps to go, only to run out of fuel on the last lap
1961 – Stirling Moss is the first driver to win the Grand Prix three times
1929 – Brit William Grover-Williams wins the first ever Monaco Grand Prix in a dark green Bugatti, which is later to become known as 'British racing green'.
|F1 GRAND PRIX
|23 May 2024
|Monaco Grand Prix by Coach
|24 May 2024
|Monaco Grand Prix Ticket & Hotel Package
For many F1 enthusiasts Monaco is the jewel in the crown of the F1 calendar, providing some of the most dramatic grand prix racing in a glamorous, palm-studded location. It is hard to comprehend that a Grand Prix race can take place through its narrow, winding streets, but that is exactly what happens when F1 arrives here in May. Spectators flock to stare in awe as drivers reach unbelievable speeds, navigating tight corners and passing famous landmarks such as Monte Carlo Casino and the Harbour. Of the Monaco Grand Prix Damon Hill said: "Monaco represents all the things that F1 is famous for…there is nowhere to go if you have a problem…I don't think you will find a driver out there who is not looking forward to facing the challenges."
The popularity and location of the Monaco Grand Prix can mean that tickets are hard to obtain and costly, but our great-value breaks allow you to soak up the glitz, excitement and electric atmosphere of this famous street circuit at a fraction of the price. Breaks start from £909 and include return travel by coach, good quality accommodation on the nearby Italian Riviera including transfers, admission to the Monaco Grand Prix 'Rocher de Monaco' enclosure on race day and time at leisure in resort.
Monaco Grand Prix Results 2023
1st Place: Max Verstappen (Red Bull racing)
2nd Place: Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin)
3rd Place: Estban Ocon (Alpine)