Following the end of the race, the track will be closed to the public while any debris is cleared. At around 6-7pm it is opened. If money is tight, the best option is to buy a few beers or a bottle of wine from the Casino supermarket and sip away on the track.
FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2017
The drivers have to steer their 750bhp monsters around the narrow streets of the principality. They are constantly just a few centimetres away from colliding with the barriers – the difference between the perfect line and a premature end to the race is minimal. The most famous (and notorious) sections of the circuit are the tunnel – taken at a speed of between 250 and 270 km/h – and the Loews hairpin, the slowest corner on the F1 calendar.