The F1 circuit in Monaco is not only spectacular and very tricky, but it is also a great place to relax at night. The last corner is named after the entertainment center that sits inside the corner, La Rascasse. As befits Monaco, resort prices won’t lie. The same goes for cars opposite La Rascasse. Bugatti is opening a new showroom at the end of the F1 circuit in Monaco.
Monaco and Bugatti are seamlessly connected, but the Principality and the supercar brand go too the way back. The first ever GP in Monaco was won by William Charles Frederick Grover in a Bugatti Type 35B. If you ever make it to Monte Carlo, you’ll find a statue of Grover in his Type 35B just inside the first corner of the circuit. Three years later, Monegasque Louis Chiron won his home race. His surname now easily connects you to the brand.
Presentation of the Bugatti showroom in Monte Carlo
Before the opening of the new showroom, Bugatti had special models come to Monaco. Think W16 Mistral, La Voiture Noire, Centodieci, Divo and the special Chiron Pur Sport ‘Grand Prix’. You’re about to start freaking out when the Bugatti Chiron ‘Monaco La Rascasse’ comes into play. Hendrik Malinowski, managing director of Bugatti, said: “We are happy to open our new home in Monaco. These are the streets where Bugatti made history long ago.”