2022 Monaco Historic Grand Prix—A Turn-by-Turn Photo Gallery
Monaco is one of those rare race courses where the names of the corners on the circuit are as iconic as the drivers. Sainte Devote, Casino Square, the Hairpin, and Rascasse are nearly as famous as Senna, Schumacher, Stewart, and Moss. And when it comes to historic racing at Monaco, we know the circuit better than we know the men and women inside the helmets.
For this photo recap of the 2022 Monaco Historic Grand Prix, we’ll take you on a visual tour, around the two-mile track, with a look at cars and drivers from a variety of classes.
Paddock and Pit
Where they all suit up and line up for practice and qualifying.
Front Straight to Sainte Devote
Start-Finish to one of the most action-filled first turns in Grand Prix history.
Beau Rivage to Massenet
Up the hill to the left-hander before the Casino.
Around the Casino de Monte Carlo and down the hill.
Mirebeau to the Hairpin
The approach to the most well-known turn in racing.
Portier into the Tunnel
From the light of day into the darkness.
Nouvelle Chicane to Tabac
Flick to the left, flick to the right, down the hill then a fast left.
Swimming Pool to Rascasse
A left-right-left combination into the final tricky right-hander.