The Monaco Grand Prix 2017
On Sunday 28th May 2017, the 75th edition of the Monaco Grand Prix dazzled onlooking spectators in the luxury real estate around the streets of the Principality. Under the intense heat of the Mediterranean sun, the biggest names in the world of motorsports battled it out to clinch the central spot on the podium. Following a practice day on Thursday 25th May on the notoriously treacherous Grand Prix circuit, and various races from GP2 and the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, the F1 competition began in earnest when participating sportsmen trialled against the clock on Saturday 27th May, competing for pole position. Continue reading
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Monaco is synonymous with many things; luxury, yachts and real estate, yet it is the Grand Prix which really gets pulses racing in the Principality year after year. One of the most popular races in the Grand Prix calendar, the legendary street circuit covers many of the most important sites in Monaco and Monte Carlo, and what’s best, is that for more or less 360 days of the year, anyone can drive the majority of the track. At just 3.34km it is a short Grand Prix circuit, but as is typical in Monaco, it is packed with a variety of interesting landmarks. Take the opportunity to discover the must-visit areas of the Principality by driving the Monaco Grand Prix track and decide which of the many sites and landmarks you would like to see in more detail. Continue reading
Many people say it’s an annual miracle. The transformation of Monaco from ultra-chic Principality to F1 racetrack is a logistical exercise of epic proportions. There’s probably not much more we can say about it that hasn’t already been said. At least the local residents have had a few years to get used to it, seeing that the race was first held in 1929….The track and stand construction takes around 6 weeks and with just a couple of days to go, the buzz in Monaco is reaching frenzy pitch. Continue reading
Yesterday’s electrifying Monaco Grand Prix, which was punctuated by a series of accidents, red flags and safety car interventions, was convincingly won by Monaco resident Nico Rosberg.
The German driver, who lives in an apartment block a stone’s throw from some of our premier Monaco real estate for sale, broke records yesterday afternoon when he drove his Mercedes to victory on the streets of Monaco.