There were concerns within the Formula 1 community that the race, which is scheduled to celebrate its 80th start in 2023, was at risk of being skipped in future seasons.
But tradition has prevailed and the Monte-Carlo street circuit, recognized as one of the most challenging and unique in the world of motorsport, will run until at least 2025.
Grandstand tickets and general admission for 2023 are available to book now through Motorsport Tickets.
The race returns after an exciting grand prix in May this year. While qualifying is known to be key to success in Monaco, a downpour before the race had all the drivers taking a gamble to take advantage of the difficult conditions which made for an enthralling race.
Local hero Charles Leclerc took his second pole position on his home streets but once again failed to make it onto the podium. Sergio Pérez took the victory and, having recorded victories on the streets of Baku and Singapore since he joined Red Bull, he is fast earning a reputation as the king of the street circuits.
Monaco is known as one of the most difficult circuits to overtake due to how narrow the streets are. But the iconic nature of the track – running past the glamorous marina, past the world-famous casino and through the famous pool chicanes – makes it a bucket-list race for motorsports fans.
Lewis Hamilton Mercedes W13
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Naturally, it has hosted some of the most spectacular grands prix in the sport since the inception of the championship. In 1955, Alberto Ascari ended up in port in his Lancia D50 after pushing too hard to win.
While in 1996, an epic wet-to-dry race saw Olivier Panis cross the line as the first of three finishers in the final attrition race.
Race-going fans can always expect the unexpected when they head to Monaco, but they can always be assured of an electric atmosphere and great views of the circuit. Grandstands on the other side of the track provide access to vantage points overlooking the spectacular Turn One at Sainte Devote, the extremely fast Tabac Turn or the slow but iconic Rascasse Turn.
After the race, Monaco lets his hair down. Teams, drivers and fans have been known to celebrate together on legendary nights at parties like the exclusive Amber Lounge offering. But if that’s not your scene, a fast train back to Nice gives you sun, sea and sand to shake off the weekend festivities.
Tickets for the 2023 Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix are on sale now with Motorsport Tickets. Click here for grandstand and general admission options and reserve your spot.