The most legendary meeting on the calendar, the Monaco Grand Prix perpetuates year after year the fame of the flagship of the Formula 1 season. Adored by fans as much as feared by all drivers, the Monaco circuit has always reserved many surprises. Merciless for both men and cars, the circuit near the rock and the Casino underwent a small modification to last season's harbour, bringing its total distance to 3,337 km. From the Casino square to the most famous hairpin bend in the world, passing through the tunnel and luxury yachts, Monte Carlo is the most famous circuit for its historic curves. Its extreme difficulty and the narrow path through the fascinating streets of the Principality have made fans dream for several decades. Offering few overtaking opportunities, this circuit is difficult to master, so winning the Monaco Grand Prix is even more prestigious and important than the world title.