Tickets still available for this weekend’s Historic Grand Prix of Monaco

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With a rollcall of some of the greatest cars to ever compete on the famous Monaco Grand Prix circuit, this weekend’s 14th Historic Grand Prix of Monaco will blend the excitement of high-level racing with the glamour of years gone by.   

The 2024 Historic Grand Prix of Monaco, which has been held every two years by the Automobile Club of Monaco since 1997, will be taking place between Friday 10th and Sunday 12th May.  

From a 1924 Bugatti 35, the early version of the car that won the first two Monaco Grand Prix events in 1929 and 1930, to a Mercedes single-seater of the mid 1930s and a Maserati 250F, the event will feature a line-up of incredible motors from the golden ages of motorsports in the Principality. 

This event stands as a testament to Monaco’s enduring love affair with the racing world, and has come to be recognised as a unique competition that transports spectators back in time to the glory years of names such as Juan-Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, John Surtees, Jody Scheckter, Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. 

There are only a handful of tickets remaining for the 2024 edition, and prices start from €120 for a two-day pass.

Access to the practice sessions on Friday 10th May is open to the public free-of-charge, while tickets for the Saturday qualifying races start at €50, and rise to €100 for the main events on Sunday if bought individually. A range of VIP and trackside experiences are also still up for grabs. 

For the full programme and to reserve tickets, click here.  

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