2021 Monaco Grand Prix Tickets

Monaco Grand Prix 2021 Monte Carlo, Monaco

Monaco Grand Prix 2021 dates - May 20 to 23, 2021

Monaco Grand Prix Tickets

The Monaco Grand Prix the most exclusive and unique of all the races on the Grand Prix schedule and is one of the only true street circuits in the Formula 1 World Championship! As a licensed Tour Operator, we have been providing travel packages and tickets to the F1 Monaco Grand Prix since 1982. If you are looking for the best options for Official  Monaco Grand Prix 2021 tickets, packages, hospitality tours and dates you are at the right place. Let us show you how to best experience all of the action at the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix. Dates for the 2021 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix are May 20 to 23, 2021. The 2021 Monaco Grand Prix is the event that all true Grand Prix fans must attend at least once in their life.

Imagine watching the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix from your exclusive suite with covered terrace located directly on the track with the most spectacular view (Gold and Platinum Packages) or you can choose reserved grandstand tickets (Silver packages).

Your 2021 Monaco Grand Prix package includes everything, F1 tickets, hotel, ground transportation and VIP hospitality.

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Monaco Grand Prix race viewing - VIP Balcony viewing and Grandstand options

There are several way to follow the excitement of the Monaco Grand Prix through Monte Carlo’s narrow streets, hills, and tight corners. It’s by far one of the most challenging tracks in Formula One racing, and that level of difficulty is only increased by the unique tunnel the drivers are forced through. There is absolutely nothing else in the world that compares with the experience of seeing first hand these cars on the Monaco Grand Prix track.

The Grand Prix Club and ToursF1 is proud to offer the most exclusive and extensive list of viewing options for this world class event. Speak with one of our experts to understand your options from Formula 1 Paddock Club, Team hospitality, private apartment balcony viewing and more. Viewing options can include world-class catering and bar service, pit tours, driver appearances, attentive hostesses, private transfers, and more amenities. Let us put together the perfect Saturday qualifying and Sunday race viewing experience for you.

2021 Monaco Grand Prix Race Viewing Options – including Official Monaco Grand Prix Grandstand tickets, Luxury yacht viewing, the best private balcony and terrace location and Formula 1 Paddock Club and team hospitality.

THE GRAND PRIX CLUB PRIVATE MONACO GRAND PRIX HOSPITALITY SUITE

The Grand Prix Club Hospitality Suite offers the best possible location in Monaco for the best overall views of most of the track. Views include the start/finish straight, first corner and up the hill toward the Casino, the exit from the tunnel, Tabac Corner and Swimming Pool Chicane and spectacular vista of the Monaco Harbor. Together with the views and the outstanding hospitality and the Grand Prix Club’s Hospitality Suite is the best way to experience event. Your experience will include:

  • Hot and cold Hors d’oeuvres, an open bar with rosé , red and white wines, beers and soft drinks, full lunch catering, afternoon dessert selection, TV screens so that you do not miss any racing action and can see the replays, hostesses to service your catering and more.

 

GRANDSTAND SEATING

 

The largest and best grandstands at Monaco (and the best atmosphere) can be found in the harbor complex from the Tabac corner through to La Rascasse. The K grandstands are a safe bet, as are O and T, both of which have views of the pits. In our opinion, grandstand B on Casino Square is overpriced and doesn’t offer good views – but it’s an iconic location and worth checking out on Thursday or Friday.

Grandstand A1 is located on the inside of turn 1, otherwise known as Sainte Devote. Following the start/finish straight, the track narrows considerably at Sainte Devote; you can almost guarantee some action here on the opening lap of the race. From the top row, you can also turn around and glimpse the cars entering the harbor section of the circuit, right behind the stand. No access to big screen TV.

CASINO CORNER –  Grandstand B at Casino square is one of the most expensive on sale at Monaco. Located opposite the Casino and close to Hotel de Paris, you get a view of the cars taking the tricky Casino corner before heading down the hill to Mirabeau. This grandstand offers big screen TV viewing. Given the high price and lack of panoramic views of the circuit, there are better options for a 3-day pass to Monaco – but Grandstand B is worth considering for one day.

Grandstand C is located on the Portier Corner before the tunnel entrance, an important section of the circuit where drivers try to line up overtaking moves. Tribune C is a good value option on both Thursday and Saturday but lacks the atmosphere found in the Harbor section, which offers better race-day Grandstand choices.

Grandstand K is the largest and most popular harbor grandstand with good views from the exit of the Tunnel Chicane, the Tabac corner and up to the entry of the Swimming Pool complex. Seats in the top row of K also offer views behind you of the main start/finish straight and turn 1 (Sainte Devote).

Grandstand L is located next to the Monaco swimming pool with views of the last turn in the Swimming Pool complex as well as the pits. Not the cheapest Grandstand at Monaco, but a safe choice for a first-time visitor who wants to be at the heart of the trackside action.

Grandstand N and Grandstand P are wide and low, flank the higher and more expensive O grandstand in the center. All three grandstands are located over the water in the harbor with views of the swimming pool complex of the circuit.

Grandstand O is the highest of the three grandstands in the harbor facing the swimming pool section of the circuit. If you can afford it, O is a better choice than N or P, as the views are more panoramic and you also get a distant view of the pits – bring binoculars! All three grandstands have views of a big screen TV.

Grandstand T, located in the Harbor area opposite the pits, is one of the larger grandstands at Monaco. The grandstand is divided into lower and upper areas. The more expensive higher seats have views of the pits and are the only COVERED grandstand seats at the MONACO GRAND PRIX. A great view as the cars exit the last turn of the Swimming pool complex before heading down the short straight to the Rascasse hairpin just before the Pit Lane entry.

Grandstand V is a small stand located very close to the circuit on the outside of the Anthony Noghes corner, after La Rascasse and before the main start-finish straight. This grandstand also provides a view of the cars entering pit lane. This stand is good choice for at least one day but there are better 3-day grandstand choices.

Grandstand X1 and X2 are small, low grandstands on the main start-finish straight. Apart from offering a good view of the race preparations and start, these stands are not the best choice and their cheaper price reflects this. If you do decide to buy here, X2 is the better bet as it is closer to the start/finish line

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