Race A - Pre 1947 Voiturettes and Grand Prix cars Race B - Pre 1961 front engined Grand Prix cars Race C - Pre 1953 sports and sports prototypes cars Race D - Front engined formula junior cars Race E - Pre 1966, rear engined Grand Prix cars Race F - Pre 1975, Formula 1, 3 liter, unsupercharged without turbo and under-car ground aerodynamics effect, who have taken part in a Formula 1 Grand Prix no later than December 31st 1974 Race G - Formula 1, 3 liter, unsupercharged without turbo and under-car ground aerodynamics effect, who have taken part in a Formula 1 Grand Prix from 1975 to the end of 1978
With interest levels in classic and historic racing at all time highs, the Monaco Classic Grand Prix weekend becomes a bigger (and better) event with each running. The event takes place over 3 days in May, with practice and qualifying for most groups on Friday, followed by 2 days of racing - with a race almost every hour from about 9am, until 6pm. The packed programme makes for a fabulous spectacle as the cars battle around the streets of Monaco. Crucially it's not just the slimline formula cars of the 1950s and '60s, with classic Bugatti and other 1930's racing equipment going head to hear, there's sports cars and GTs too, right up to 1970's F1 machinery plus demonstration runs from all manner of race and road cars.
L'Automobile Club de Monaco est connu à travers deux épreuves mythiques que sont le Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo et le Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco. Depuis quelques années, de nouvelles épreuves sont organisées, notamment dans le domaine historique.
Contact Name: Michel Ferry
Contact Address: Commissaire Général Adjoint, President, Historic Cars Commission, Monaco. AUTOMOBILE CLUB DE MONACO 44, rue Grimaldi - BP 464 MC 98012 MONACO CEDEX
View Website: http://www.formula1monaco.com/
Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser