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#hello_monaco weekend: what to do on May 26th and 27th

Weekend in Monaco

This weekend in Monaco is all about the Grand Prix de Monaco F1 with all the racing cars, parties and celebrations. And here are a few suggestions for you. The 76th edition of the Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco will take place from Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 May 2018. 982rd round of the history , the Monegasque race will be host …

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The Third Time is a Charm: Charles Leclerc — Monaco’s Newest F1 Driver

Charles Leclerc

Cars as fast as lightning, sharp turns, young drivers and Glamorous parties… Formula 1 has always aroused a universal interest. But the 2018 season has a special addition raising more interest: 20-year-old Monegasque Charles Leclerc. Driving for Sauber, Leclerc is the first Monegasque in Formula 1 since 1994. HelloMonaco scored an exclusive interview with Monaco’s most promising driver to discuss …

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Formula E: Felipe Massa signs with Venturi

Venturi Formula E

Felipe Massa signed with Venturi for next year’s season in the Formula E championship. With 269 Formula 1 Grand Prix wins, 41 podium positions, 11 victories and a second-place World Championship title in 2008, Brazilian driver Felipe Massa will compete next season in a Monegasque electric car. The contract for the 2018-2019 season was signed by Felipe Massa and Gildo …

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AS Monaco Basketball receives 1 Million Euros

One Million Euro check AS Monaco Basket

On the first match of the 2017/2018 playoffs for the Jeep Elite (1st professional division of the French Championship), the Monaco Association ‘AS Monaco Basketball Partners’ presented a 1 million euro check to the President of AS Monaco Basket team, Sergei Dyadechko, as the first significant contribution. Created at the beginning of the season under the impetus of the Prince’s …

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Monaco’s Grand Prix brought in €90 million

Monaco Stands

The Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (IMSEE) recently published the economic results of Monaco’s 2017 Grand Prix. Last year’s Formula 1 Grand Prix, which took place over 4 days and over a territory of 2 square kilometres, took in €90 million (21.7 million in direct spending, 68.3 million in indirect spending)*. These figures confirm that the Grand Prix …

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