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The Monte-Carlo Gastronomy Expo Celebrates Authentic Flavours and other Monaco news

End of week is good time to draw some results and take a look at what was going on lately in the Principality. And here we selected for you the most interesting pieces of news.

Don’t Miss the Monte-Carlo Gastronomy Expo: A Celebration of Authentic Flavours

From November 24th to 27th, 2023, the Monaco Chapiteau will welcome the 26th edition of Monte-Carlo Gastronomy, organized by Caroli Com – Groupe Caroli. This event isn’t just a feast; it’s an immersion into the culinary world, a celebration of authentic flavours, and an opportunity for visitors to prepare for their upcoming festive tables.

This exhibition has been a perennial success story. It owes its triumph not only to the quality of products sourced from a meticulous selection of exhibitors but also to a captivating array of activities. It provides a unique chance for guests to shop for a diverse range of products just ahead of the year-end celebrations. On the menu: a delightful assortment of products from French, Italian, and European regions, along with captivating demonstrations, tastings, and competitive contests.

Austin A35 that belonged to Prince Rainier III goes Under the Hammer in La Baule

Art Helmet Auction: mixing Racing and Flair for Charity

La Baule will be hosting an auction of various treasures, including autographs from champion F1 drivers, a replica of Charles Leclerc’s helmet and a very special car. Amongst countless lots of photographs, lithographs and sculptures going under the hammer this weekend is a shiny black Austin A35 car that once belonged to Prince Rainier III.

Estimated to bring in between €15,000-€20,000, Prince Rainier’s Austin A35 Seven was made in 1957. With a red fabric interior and 105,900 km on its odometer, the car comes with all its supporting documents. According to Hôtel des Ventes La Baule, the car’s engine was rebuilt in October 2023 and is equipped with SP98.

So Close to Winning: Scintillating Race by Leclerc in Las Vegas Captures Him Second


A stunning race by Charles Leclerc all but won it for him in Las Vegas. A safety car and a decision to pit or not to pit robbed Charles of the win but not the admiration of everyone for his performance. In any event Leclerc equalled his best result of the 2023 F1 season with a magnificent drive to capture second place from Sergio Perez by a smidgeon in a thrilling final lap at the Las Vegas Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Ferrari are now just four points behind Mercedes in the Constructors’ Championship. That shapes up to be an enthralling late season battle for second. It was the second Safety Car at the Las Vegas Grand Prix that surely cost Leclerc the race win to Red Bull and Max Verstappen.

No Finish Line Ends By Smashing Through Its Goal of 300.000 kms on Prince’s Day

No Finish Line
NFL 2023 @ André Faure

Difficult to imagine what the first quarter century of No Finish Line will come up with after this 24th which has just finished on Prince’s day.

Records and goals are made to be beaten but they take a lot of heart and courage to do so.

And this 24th edition of NFL didn’t disappoint smashing through the 300,000 kilometre barrier to create mountains of euros to make sick children’s lives better.

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