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what makes the monaco
Every year since 1929, the Circuit de Monaco hosts the World Championship Formula One motor
race. Monaco streets become a battle ground. Vehicle makers parade their finest race
automobiles. Leading drivers move into their cockpits. What emerges is one of the most amazing
races you have ever seen. If you missed out on the 2014 event, do not stress. The Monaco Grand
Prix 2015 is beckoning. It will be held from the 21st to the 24th of May, 2015. This will be from
Thursday to Sunday. Tickets are currently on sale online. You can obtain them from official ticket
providers and get yourself an important watching point.
According to FIA guidelines, the minimum distance for a Grand Prix race should be 305
kilometers. Monaco Grand Prix is the just one worldwide that does not stay with this policy. The
race length is around 261 kilometers. This means 78 laps on 3.3 kilometers long circuit. To make
it more tough and competitive, race organizers put in a tunnel, tight corners and embankments.
These functions make the Circuit de Monaco an extremely demanding one. Ayrton Senna holds
the record for the most wins on the circuit. He won six times, five of them consecutively, from1989
to 1993.
Monaco Grand Prix
Tickets for the very first day of racing are low expense and gradually go up as the race advances.
Apart from the tight corners, chicanes and tunnel, Monaco boasts of being one of the few hosts
using the same circuit every year. It is only two times, in 1921 and 1980, that the race was not
held on this circuit.

Monaco Grand Prix is various from other motor racing competitors. In other Grand Prix races, this
takes location on Fridays. After the race, it takes another 3 weeks to get rid of the circuit.

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