Back in 1929, the first Monaco Grand Prix was held as a way to bring motorsports to this tiny, idyllic principality – while still trying to adhere to the rule that a national Grand Prix must remain within a country’s borders. The result was a track that became world-famous for its difficulty, since it’s so tightly confined to the streets of coastal Monte Carlo. Not only does this race test the skill of even the most seasoned F1 drivers, but Monaco’s reputation as a tax-free playground for the rich has ensured that the event will always be star-studded and glamorous. CLICK HERE to read all about it!
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