Monaco Grand Prix: top experience with Gootickets

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Speed and glamour mark indelibly Formula One, together with passion and adrenaline at every turn and every lap.

Though, no other race nor circuit in the Formula One calendar can be compared to the Grand Prix of Monaco for excellence, glamour and difficulties. From the Casino square to the most famous bend of the world, getting through the tunnel and the luxury yachts, Monte Carlo is arguably the most acclaimed circuit with its memorable corners. It has been fuelling fans’ dreams for several decades, for its extreme challenge, both for pilots and the teams, and its narrow straights along the charming streets of the Principality of Monaco.

All these emotions season the glamour soirées organized by Gootickets during the last grand prix, with the sponsorship of Foglizzo and Lux Hotel, and the presence of Excellence Magazine. Days and nights of excitement, lived at 300 km/h!

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