Famous Monaco Grand Prix car racing
All of us have heard about the tiny state spread out on the Cote d’Azur, in a very picturesque place. Many are thinking about how to move to live in Monaco, and someone just wants to go to Monte Carlo in order to enjoy the wonderful sporting spectacle that has been regularly held there since 1950. We are talking about the famous auto racing Grand Prix of Monaco.
Car racing began to be held in Monaco much earlier, since 1929, however, then it was an independent competition in racing cars. Winning this sport championship for a race car driver is considered a great achievement, because it is a very prestigious competition among professionals.
On the eve of races it is extremely difficult to rent an apartment in Monaco, rental prices “jump” upwards, it’s also difficult to rent a room at a local hotel, as a large number of people come to Monte Carlo to witness the most highly advertised sports competition in motor sport.
The famous car race in Monaco is a prestigious, rather not a simple stage of the Formula 1 race. The championship is held in May, in four days. The race takes place on the usual urban highway Monte Carlo. Sewer manholes before the race are brewed so that they could not fly out under the influence of the wheels of powerful racing cars. For the first time, the rally in this sunny town was held in 1911, but only after 1929 auto racing became systematically carried out. Already in May 1950, the Monaco race track took the first Formula 1 competition. Many sports commentators, journalists of well-known publications on motor racing, called the race in Monaco “this car madness.” Indeed it is a dangerous, difficult track, but on the other hand it is a place where not only cars, but also endurance racers are tested.
In May, when the Monaco Grand Prix starts, the standard, measured rest in Monaco goes by the wayside, the streets of the city are filled with crowds of tourists, fans from all over the world. People buy special tours, reserve accommodation for several months, spend a lot of money on air travel, other travel-related items.
Everything that is happening on the race track, is broadcast on television, radio broadcast. Many who do not have the opportunity to visit Monte Carlo, can watch the famous races in the interactive mode (sports channels). The race consisting of 78 laps, with a length of 263 kilometers, is a truly spectacular show for a person who is not indifferent to motor racing. Spectators present at the Grand Prix F 1, can see with their own eyes how the tires of racing cars smoke, enjoy the beast roar of powerful engines, the skill of famous racers.
The victory in this competition for pilots of high-speed cars is an opportunity to prove to everyone their professionalism, courage, endurance. Good luck!