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The Automobile Club of Monaco has reminded competitors in the forthcoming Monte-Carlo Rally and the Monte-Carlo Historic Rally that it is strictly forbidden to tamper with “trees, poles, mail boxes, and houses” while on pre-rally reconnaissance missions.
“The Automobile Club of Monaco has received a lot of complaints from residents and community organisations. All competitors seen to disrespect these environmental laws, will immediately be excluded from the Rally,” the club said.
The 86th Monte-Carlo Rally starts on January 22 and finishes on January 28, with a route that is 50 percent different from last year’s course.
The 21st Monte-Carlo Historic Rally starts on January 31 and ends on February 7, once again pitting some of the world’s best drivers against the demanding conditions of the high country of the south of France.
The two Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) stars from Monaco have been unbeaten throughout the qualifying rounds and have landed themselves spots in the final stages of the eEuro 2020.
Monaco’s Charles Leclerc will compete in his first F1 Esports race this Sunday, joining an impressive driver line up for the second Virtual Grand Prix.
Peace and Sport will be hosting the 2020 #Whitecard Digital Campaign to celebrate this year’s International Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
The World Squash Federation annual general meeting will be held in Monaco for the first time in 2020.