Circuit de Monaco

Circuit de Monaco's Race Calendar

26 May 2019F1View Results »

A jewel in the crown of Formula One, the Monaco street circuit is largely unchanged from the original circuit first raced in 1929.

A tight and twisting circuit that is 3.3 km long in a country only 2 square kilometres in total.

The circuit is widely admitted as being too narrow for modern day Formula One cars yet continually proves itself to be one of the feature races of the season.

With it’s harbour setting and casino corners it’s viewed by some of the richest people on the planet pulling in celebrities far and wide to party during the race weekend.

Circuit de Monaco Latest News

Ferrari: Vettel is fully committed & interested | Formula One
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Raghunathan receives automatic Formula 2 ban | Formula One
Raikkonen: Alfa has felt ‘very strange’ | Formula One
Haas won’t talk 2020 line-up until summer break | Formula One
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Brown: I’d need three cars for Alonso return | Formula One

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Race Location:
Monte Carlo

Lap Record:
1:14:439 M Schumacher (2004)

Track Length:
3.03 km

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