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Monaco GP Day return 29/05/2022

Monaco GP Day return 29/05/2022

Description

Includes:

Race ticket of your choice.

Return transfers from Nice to Monaco

Services of Worldchoice Sports representatives.

Day return flights will operate from Stansted

By placing an order, you agree to our terms & conditions

Stansted- Nice     06:05 – 09:00

Nice – Stansted    21:45 – 23:45

This is a specially chartered service JUST for our customers.

Transfers from Nice to Monaco provided.

Please note that flight times may be subject to change. Confirmed times will be released well prior to departure.

Choose from general entry tickets, Grandstands or our favourite cafe de paris Hospitality.

SECTEUR ROCHER  ( Included in package)  OUT OF STOCK

GENERAL ENTRY TICKETS (Included as standard)

This area is located on the way up to Prince’s Palace and offers stunning views across the whole harbour area. From certain  positions it is possible to see sections of the circuit such as the Chicane after Tunnel,

Bureau de Tabac, La Piscine, La Rascasse and the whole pit-lane. Some of the walkways do offer more comfortable viewing, so it is recommended to be there early to get a good spot.

As this is on a hillside which is steep in places, we recommend upgrading to a grandstand package, or to the Café de Paris, particularly  for our passengers who are elderly or of reduced mobility.

Café de Paris is a perennial favourite here at Worldchoice Sports. Enjoy a three course meal and half a bottle of wine per person as you experience the thrills of the race taking place around you.

Located in casino square, you really are in the heart of the action and of course, you will enjoy the hospitality of the café and its staff.

You can see the action around the track on big screens situated at various points around the dining areas to keep you on top of the leaders and the chasers all the way around the circuit.

Grandstands P&T Located in the “Piscine” area by the harbour, these grandstand seats offer first class views for serious petrol-heads. Grandstand T “Cale D’Halange” is found on the harbour-side with Grandstand P on the pontoon above the water itself.  With a large seating capacity they enjoy a view of the straight section after the exit of the last right / left “S” of the Swimming Pool Complex. Its location opposite the pits, also places the spectator in the heat of the action, with a view of the mechanics at work during and after the race .

Grandstand Z1 OUT OF STOCK (standing terrace) is located just after the new Chicane. Z1 grandstand offers unnumbered concrete standing areas, and is located just before the Tabac Corner entry, on the short straight between the Nouvelle Chicane and the Tabac Corner. The stand is one of the less expensive stands and offers good value for money viewing. The terraces are very close to the circuit and overlook the marina as you can see on the photos. We recommend you take your places early in order to secure a good viewing spot, due to these terraces being unnumbered and due to several trees within the area.

Grandstands X1 & X2 lie on the Home Straight, yards away from the Start & Finish Line, between the grid and the track’s last corner.  Views here include the last corner as well as the Home Straight. With good views of the Start and Finish and glimpses of the Podium Ceremony. A good deal of the race’s highlights can be seen from these vantage points.

Grandstands X1 and X2 are the closest to the start and finish of the race. Located on the main straight, spectators will also be within metres of the chequered flag and will be privy to pre-grid action.

Number of times held 77
First held 1929
Most wins (drivers) Brazil Ayrton Senna
Most wins (constructors) United Kingdom McLaren (15)
Circuit length 3.337 km (2.074 mi)
Race length 260.286 km (161.734 mi)
Laps 78
Last race (2019)
Pole position
  • United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
  • Mercedes
  • 1:10.166
Podium
    • 1. United Kingdom L. Hamilton
    • Mercedes
    • 1:43:28.437
    • 2. Germany S. Vettel
    • Ferrari
    • +2.602
    • 3. Finland V. Bottas
    • Mercedes
    • +3.162
Fastest lap
  • France Pierre Gasly
  • Red Bull Racing-Honda
  • 1:14.279

 

Local Trains to Monaco

The train station in Monaco (Gare de Monaco) is centrally located on the hill behind the Sainte Devote corner. Finding your grandstand is relatively straightforward and thoroughfares are well signposted. There are regular trains connecting Monaco with both Nice (South) and Menton / Ventimiglia (North), as well as places in between and further afield (see map). Travel times are reasonable, with the journey taking around 20-30 minutes for both Nice and Ventimiglia.
Tickets cost under €4 each way. Unless there are too many people and platform access is restricted (which can happen at peak times over the weekend), you shouldn’t have to wait longer than 15-30 minutes for a train. Trains run later than buses (till midnight). Booking your tickets in advance to avoid the large ticket office queues that can form, especially at the end of the  day. There are ticket machines as well, but you will need coins or a credit card with a chip. Click here to learn more and book advance tickets.

Monaco buses

Bus number 100 travels between Nice > Monaco > Menton. Single tickets cost under €2 and can be purchased from the driver. The bus operates every 15 minutes between 6am and 8pm, but can get pretty crowded on Grand Prix weekend. Allow around 45-60 minutes for the Nice to Monaco leg and 30 minutes between Menton and Monaco. The buses stop at various central landmarks in Nice, Monaco and Menton (click here for current timetable). The Nice Airport Xpress bus (number 110) also travels a similar express route (Nice Airport > Monaco > Menton) on a regular schedule. Tickets cost €22 one way or €33 return.

Driving to Monaco

The A8 motorway is the quickest way to get to Monaco from both the French and Italian sides. This motorway does have tolls, but is much quicker than the scenic routes which wind around the coast and are better suited to a leisurely drive (preferably in a cabrio). Monaco is well signposted, but you should still have GPS navigation. There’s less traffic on Thursday and Friday, and plenty of parking in the Monaco football stadium in Fontvieille. We don’t recommend driving on Saturday or Sunday. Read Trackside for more information about parking in Mona

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