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2019 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix Breaks
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Available from £649.00pp
|3 Night Hotel & Ticket Break Only||£649.00||26/05/19|
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Beau Rivage - Trackside Hospitality
|Beau Rivage Hospitality (Sunday)||26/05/19|
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Caravelles - VIP Hospitality
|Caravelles Hospitality (Sunday)||26/05/19|
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The Rocher general admission area offers partial views of the harbour area, sections of the Piscine and Anthony Noghes corner. Vision is very restricted here and since it is really a steep, rocky slope, it isn't advisable for the less mobile and we strongly recommend upgrading to the Z1 General Admission area or taking a Grandstand seat for the best experience of the race. It is possible to see the screen at this corner, but again, the view is restricted based on the space you can get on the day.
Z1 has unreserved standing only areas on the straight between the chicane at Nouvelle and Tabac. It’s also very close to the opening Saint Devote corner. A good place to hang out and take in the Monaco atmosphere and it’s much cheaper than the grandstands. As a bonus, there are also several bars and restaurants in the zone with lots of outdoor seating.
Grandstand X1 and X2 are small low grandstands on the main start-finish straight which do not offer big-screen viewing. They offer a good view of the race preparations/start and are the best value grandstands available.
Grandstands N (Piscine Panne Nord) and P (Piscine Panne Sud) are wide and low and flank the higher, more expensive O grandstand in the centre. All three grandstands are actually located over the water in the harbour and with views of the swimming pool complex of the circuit.
Grandstand T is one of the larger grandstands at Monaco and is located in the Harbour area opposite the pits. The grandstand is divided into lower and upper areas – the higher seats have views of the pits and are more expensive. All seats in T have a view of the big screen TV. On the track, you will see the cars taking the last turn of the Swimming pool complex before heading down the short straight to La Rascasse.
Grandstand K is a large and popular harbor grandstand with good views from the exit of the Nouvelle Chicane, the Tabac corner then up to the first corner of the Swimming Pool complex.
Grandstand V is a small grandstand located very close to the circuit on the outside of the Anthony Noghes corner, after La Rascasse and before the main start-finish straight. This grandstand also provides a view of the cars entering pit lane.
Grandstand L is located on the Rainier III swimming pool and offers views of the last turn in the Swimming Pool complex as well as the pits.
Grandstand B at Casino Square is the most expensive on sale at Monaco. Located opposite the Casino and close to Hotel de Paris, you get a view of the cars taking the tricky Casino corner before heading down the hill to Mirabeau. This grandstand offers big screen TV viewing.
Grandstand O (Piscine Plongeur) is the highest of the three grandstands in the harbour facing the swimming pool section of the circuit. It also has views of a big screen TV.
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