It’s official! The Monaco Grand Prix will remain part of his F1 calendar for at least three more years until 2025. Prince Albert II was relieved, as well as Michel Boeri and Stefano Domenicali.
Good news arrived on Tuesday night when the FIA released the full F1 calendar for the 2023 season. The Monaco Grand Prix, which will celebrate its 80th anniversary in 2023, A record 24 races in the program.
“For the Formula One World Championship, and after months of negotiations, we are proud to announce that we have signed a three-year contract with Formula One, which is likely to be renewed,” said Michel Boeri. , said: Monaco Auto Clubin a statement by F1.
Prince Albert II responds from New York
The announcement did not escape the attention of Prince Albert II, who is currently in New York for the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly. “It is a source of great satisfaction and great relief‘, he told Monaco Info.
For historical reasons, we couldn’t imagine an F1 season without the Monaco Grand Prix.
Prince Albert II
“Personally, for historical reasons, I could not imagine a Formula 1 season without the Monaco Grand Prix. It’s a tradition that has been going on for nearly a year and I would like to thank the Automobile Club of Monaco, Formula One and the FIA for reaching an agreement so that we can move forward together to grow motorsport and Formula 1.”
Long negotiations with successful results
After lengthy negotiations, F1’s decision-makers finally reached an agreement with ACM to keep the Monaco Grand Prix on the calendar. However, that was not the case with the French Grand Prix, which has been held at the Paul Ricard circuit since 2018.
F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali said: I would like to thank everyone involved in this renewal, especially His Royal Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, Michel Boeri, President of the Automobile Club of Monaco and his entire team. We look forward to returning next season to continue our partnership. ”
with the same success? In the final issue, Monaco Grand Prix welcomes more visitors than 2019, the base year before the Covid-19 pandemic. This is another sign that the history of motorsport’s most prestigious discipline is of great importance to its enthusiasts.
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