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A Formula One Ferrari, identical to the one driven by Charles Leclerc in 2019, has been gifted to Prince Albert for his personal car collection and will soon be available to view by the public.
Charles Leclerc has entrusted the SF90 single-seater to the Principality after taking ownership from Ferrari headquarters in Maranello.
Equipped with its own engine, the racing car is identical to the one with which he won the Grand Prix at Spa in Brazil and Monza, Italy in 2019.
‘The Cars Collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco’ is a personal collection handed down from his father Prince Rainier III, who began to accumulate classic cars in the late 1950s.
Today, there are more than 100 cars within the museum walls at Fontvielle, from a 1903 De Dion Bouton to a 2013 Lotus, and now Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari.
The museum is temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic but will reopen its doors as soon as the situation allows.
Photo by G. Luci / Prince’s Palace
Mayor Georges Marsan has unveiled plans for the refurbishment of the beautiful Villa Lamartine, which will eventually be used as a multi-purpose entertainment and cultural venue.
Team Malizia is commissioning of a new 60-foot boat built to better handle waves and maintain faster average speeds, whilst being highly sustainable, reliable and sturdy.
For the first time in 11 years, AS Monaco has made it to the Coupe de France finals after a win over Rumilly Vallières. They will now head to Stade de France to take on the mighty PSG.
The International University of Monaco will be hosting the first edition of the Sustainable Luxury Conference on Monday 17th May, a digital event that all are invited to join in.