The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the Formula One racing world’s most prestigious races and winning it would be like winning the Indy 500, something every driver dreams of. The race is designed to highlight a driver’s precision in driving technique as well as showcase their individuality and courageousness. It’s also even that every racing fan would love to attend. In 2018, more race fans than ever will be traveling by private jet to the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo.
The Monaco Grand Prix has been a fixture in the grand championship series since 1955 with only a few changes having been implemented since.
The course is demanding to say the least requiring drivers full concentration as there is simply no margin for error. Cars are put to the tests on the various corners that are more unforgiving in Monaco than anywhere else in the world. It’s virtually impossible to overtake other drivers here so the qualifying rounds are even more critical.
The setting for the race is equally as impressive as the course itself with Armco barriers lining the streets of Monte Carlo and the all-night yacht parties in the stunning Monaco Harbor, Ferrari driving experiences and multiple exclusive helicopter tours create an illusion of Formula 1 meets international glamour. Beyond what is available to pique the interest of the community and visitors of Monte Carlo in the actual location is the exclusive opportunities provided in how one can achieve traveling there.
As Monte Carlo exemplifies the epitome of European glamour, those looking to immerse themselves in the style and sophistication of the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix have elected to reserve private jet charters to convey themselves and family or friends to the race. Specialty priced offerings are available through several air charter brokers and providers to take spectators and fans of car racing to Monte Carlo, perhaps book early and enjoy some fun in the sun while you are at it.
Key points of interest for drivers and spectators are the Portier corner, the Loews hairpin, and the infamous tunnel, one of the few flat sections of the course.
Formula One’s biggest and most proficient drivers have taken the prize of a win in Monaco including Ayrton Senna, who has taken the victory the most times at six times, Graham Hill and Michael Schumacher who have each won 5 times, Alain Prost, four times and Stirling Moss and Jackie Stewart who both won three times. A new lap record was set in 2017 by Sergi Perez with a time of 1:14.820.
In 2019, the race’s events will commence on Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 through Sunday, May 26th, 2019. The schedule of events is as follows:
- Practice 1 Thursday 11:00-12:30 pm
- Practice 2 Thursday 3-4pm
- Practice 3 Saturday 12:00-1pm
- Qualifying Rounds Saturday 3-4pm
- Race Sunday 3:10-5:10pm
Flex Air Charters’ experts are standing by to reserve your private jet charter. Call now to confirm your private jet to the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo to see one of the most prestigious races in the world.