This week Monaco was receiving great news on racing and preparing for upcoming sports and charity events like No Finish Line. HelloMonaco is ready to tell you all about it.
«I am particularly happy to be with you tonight to participate in an event that we have long awaited for with great hopes», stated H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco during His opening speech to introduce the 14th annual Planetary Health Awards ceremony by Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation (FPA2), held at the Salles des Princes – Grimaldi Forum on Friday the 29th October 2021 as the core of the Foundation’s 15th Anniversary.
Voting for the Champion Winner in activity is closed. On the 29th November 2021 he will be awarded the prestigious recognition and he will leave his own footprint on the famous Champions’ Promenade of the Principality of Monaco.
Among the various football legends: Paolo Maldini, Gabriel Batistuta, Günther Netzer, Gabriele Oriali will be awarded.
Every year the No Finish Line sets itself new challenges…. and succeeds! For this 22nd edition, the objectives are ambitious: to cover 400,000 kilometers and mobilize 12,000 participants. Experienced runners or occasional walkers will have the choice of performing on the Espace Fontvieille circuit or in a different outdoor venue, as the No Finish Line 2021 will be in hybrid mode and will go beyond the borders of Monaco.
A huge poll of over 150.000 fans in over 180 countries commissioned by Motorsport Network in partnership with the Championship and Nielsen Sports shows by just how much the new young guns of Formula 1 have captured the imagination of the fans… and Charles Leсlerc and Monaco are among the big winners.
The Monaco Grand Prix remains among the top of the rankings of the most beloved Grand Prix with Monza, Italy, Silverstone in the UK and Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. And Charles so early in his career is already the fifth most popular pilot out of 20.
The future is on us. 10 car parks in Monaco will be equipped with a total of close to 200 electric charging stations. The new Monaco One chargers have you up and running in half an hour – ready to go another 200 kilometres.
The most anticipated 25th episode of the 007 saga, ‘No Time to Die’, was unveiled this September in its second World Premiere in the fantastic setting of the Monte-Carlo Casino, the place that is particularly dear to Ian Fleming’s most popular series. The event, under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and the Princess Grace Foundation-USA brought back to the Principality the charming Hollywood tradition. Numerous stars and celebrities walked down the red carpet for this unique Première show in the presence of the Prince of Monaco and the brilliant Sharon Stone.
This was the actress’ second autumn social event in Monaco, and the media were not indifferent. Sharon Stone at 63 years, young in her case, can easily give a head start to much younger actresses! Shining in a silver Dolce & Gabbana dress, the American actress arrived at the event in a vintage convertible.
Around the holidays, in order to avoid a possible resurgence of the epidemic as observed in the past, the Princely government is opening a new free screening campaign for Covid-19.
Traditionally during the holidays, we are a little less on our guard and it is sometimes tempting to relax observing the barrier gestures. We have observed in the past that when we came back from vacations, there were small rebounds in the epidemic.
Coins indisputably capture history, going back almost 3.000 years and represent an investment in gold too. If you are an investor or a history buff, some of the auctions in Monaco unearth some really beautiful coins from around the world. Of course if you are searching for a rare gold coin you might have to dip quite deep into your bank account and invest from 50.000 into the hundreds of thousands, even millions of euros. Hello Monaco gives you a flavour of some really exceptional pieces seen at auction.
It’s going to get confusing as the Monegasque contribution to modern motor racing increases in leaps and bounds. Confusing because there is another Leclerc rising star on the heels of Charles. It is Arthur who has just celebrated his 21st birthday.
While Charles has still a few races yet to go in the Formula 1 Grand Prix season – not so for Arthur who competes in the FIA F3 championship where in 2021 there was a major change in format. There were three races per meeting instead of two in order to reduce the number of weekends. The calendar therefore included seven races against nine in 2020.
The famous American actress Sharon Stone has been the centre of attention of Monaco’s fashionable social events this autumn. The star was invited to the annual Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health and the long-awaited premiere of the latest film about James Bond, “No Time to Die”. However, the reason for the celebrity’s visit to the Principality is not just the gala receptions, but also her long-standing friendship with Prince Albert II.
How do the youth of Monaco compare to the rest of Europe in regard to alcohol and substance use? The answer may be startling: the youth of Monaco show levels of substance use above and well-above the European average for alcohol, cannabis and social media. However, the Principality is among the least consuming countries in terms of daily smoking and heavy occasional alcoholism (binge drinking) among 16 year olds.