Created in 1929 by Anthony Noghes, president and founder of the Club Automobile of
Monaco, to bring international motor sport to Monaco. The first Monaco GP was held there in 1929, it was on the calendar for the
first year (1950) of the Formula One World Championship, and it has hosted a round continuously since 1955.
difficult working conditions for the teams, and the unforgiving nature of the Monaco track for drivers and cars alike, the Monaco
Grand Prix is seen as a Jewel in the Crown of the Formula One World Championship racing.
The Monaco circuit twists and turns
through the narrow streets of Monte Carlo and along the harbour front. The track layout has not changed essentially since 1929, but
in 1973 the new "Piscine" section was added around the seafront swimming-pool, and three chicanes have been added over the
The Monaco track imposes enormous strains on both, drivers and cars - in 1996 only 3 cars finished! Due to its
demanding nature, Monaco usually produces memorable races, but spectating is limited to small glimpses from grandstand or hotel
balconies. Monaco has seen many great unexpected victories - Stirling Moss in a privateer Lotus beating the works Ferraris in 1961,
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