Jeune Chambre Economique de Monaco invites locals with an interest in motor racing to a cocktail-dinner and presentation on the History and Economic Impact of the Monaco F1 Grand Prix at the Automobile Club de Monaco, Thursday 11 April.
1962 Monaco Grand Prix: Phil Hill drives a Ferrari to 2nd place
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the oldest and most prestigious motor racing events that takes place in the Principality of Monaco on a street-circuit designed by Antony Noghes in 1929. The deal to host the race was originally struck by Monegasque leaders and the Automobile Club de Monaco.
A vintage poster advertising the 1963 Monaco Grand Prix
During the evening, which starts at 7.30pm, René Clerissi, Vice President of ACM and Patrick Manoury, Communications Officer for the ACM, will explore the significant economic impact of the event for the whole economy in Monaco. Your hosts will delve into the rich archives of the ACM and allow us to trace the history and value of the world famous motor race.
ACM experts look at the modern-day impact of the Monaco race
The dinner-discussion is open to the public, not just members of the JCE or ACM. Tickets are between €55- €110, depending on your affiliation with the JCE. Jacket and tie required.