F1 Monaco

Tickets for Monte Carlo 2025

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TicketWorld Online offers you the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the excitement of Formula 1 at the iconic Monaco circuit. Feel the passion and adrenaline as the world’s best drivers compete on the narrow and challenging streets of this legendary track. Formula 1 in Monaco promises an unparalleled experience that combines speed and skill in a unique setting.

The Monte Carlo circuit will be the venue for the Monaco Grand Prix in 2025. Since its debut, this track has captivated fans around the world with its charm and history.

Located on the narrow streets of the Principality, this urban circuit offers a unique challenge to the drivers, with tight corners and a picturesque setting that make it a must-attend event on the motorsport calendar.

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Customer service 9:00am – 8:00pm


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Customer service 9:00am – 8:00pm

The tickets for the Monaco Grand Prix are sold for individual days. You can select a different location for each day!

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VIP Terrace

  • Breakfast with coffee, tea, and croissants
  • Open bar with available drinks, including wines, beer, and soft drinks
  • Snack buffet to nibble on during the race
  • Afternoon tea with small sweets
  • Television to not miss any race moments
  • Access to the terrace from 10am to 6pm both on Saturday and Sunday

VIP Yatch

  • Exclusive race viewing aboard a premium yacht as close as possible to the track
  • Full hospitality throughout the day
  • Premium drinks bar with a wide variety, from spirits and champagne to beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • Giant screen to not miss any key race moments
  • Available from 9am to 6pm

Frequent questions

The Monaco Grand Prix is held at the famous Monte Carlo Circuit, located in the Principality of Monaco, a small and glamorous nation situated on the Mediterranean coast of Southern Europe. Monaco is known for its luxury, elegance, and privileged position between the sea and the mountains. The circuit layout is a unique urban circuit in the world that winds through the narrow and winding streets of Monte Carlo, the capital of the principality.

  1. Grandstand B: it provides an exceptional view of Casino Square, one of the most iconic locations on the circuit. From this vantage point, spectators enjoy the thrill of Massenet Corner, a high-speed turn preceding the approach to Casino Square. With its sophisticated atmosphere and stunning views, Tribune B is a popular choice for those seeking a unique experience during the Monaco Grand Prix.
  2. Grandstand L and M: these grandstands, separated by the famous Monaco pool, offer a spectacular view of the main straight, allowing spectators to enjoy the excitement of the race start. From these grandstands, viewers have a unique perspective of the starting straight, where the cars reach significant speeds before approaching the first corner.
  3. Grandstand K: it provides an exceptional view of the end of the main straight and gives spectators the opportunity to witness the thrilling moment when the cars head towards the first corner of the circuit, Sainte Devote turn.
  4. Grandstand A: it offers spectators a close and thrilling view of the Sainte Devote turn, where drivers showcase their skill in tackling a crucial part of the circuit.
  5. Grandstands O, P, and N: they offer a unique experience by providing unparalleled views of the famous Monaco pool and the luxurious yachts in the harbor. Grandstand O, being higher, provides an elevated and panoramic perspective. From these locations, you can witness how the cars navigate through the curves near the pool, offering exciting and spectacular moments.
  6. Grandstand T: from this location, spectators can experience the intense excitement of the competition as drivers face the challenge of one of the tightest corners, which can lead to tactical maneuvers and spectacular overtakes.
  7. Grandstand V1: it provides spectators with an exceptional view of the final turn of the circuit, Anthony Noghes corner. From this strategic vantage point, fans can enjoy the thrill of watching the cars tackle the last curve before heading into the main straight and crossing the finish line.
  8. Grandstands X1 and X2: located after the last turn of the circuit, offering spectators the opportunity to witness how the single-seaters accelerate at the beginning of the main straight to reach high speeds.

The Monte Carlo Circuit has a length of approximately 3.337 kilometers.

The number of laps in the Monaco Grand Prix can vary depending on the FIA rules and the season’s calendar. Generally, in the Monaco Grand Prix, 78 laps are completed around the circuit.

The Monaco Grand Prix, inaugurated in 1929, is one of the most iconic and prestigious events in Formula 1. Its urban circuit in Monte Carlo has witnessed legendary battles between prominent drivers over the years, becoming a true legend in the world of motorsport. Monaco has been the setting for historic and thrilling moments that have been etched in the memories of fans. With its narrow and challenging curves, its iconic tunnel, and its glamorous setting overlooking the Mediterranean, the race in Monaco combines the thrill of speed with elegance and luxury, leaving a lasting mark on the history of motorsport.

Yes, due to the high speed of the Formula 1 cars and the noise generated by the engines, attendees are advised to wear hearing protection, such as earplugs, to safely and comfortably enjoy the event.