Grandstand X1 is a small, low grandstand at the beginning of the start/finish straight, offering a view of the cars as they emerge from Anthony Noghés Corner.
29 May 2017
We totally enjoyed the Monaco Grand Prix. Very happy with all seats allocated on the different days, and would consider sitting in K1 for the race when (hopefully!) we come back. Our only critism would be at Stand B you cannot buy refreshments without coming out of the area completely which is a bit annoying when it's busy
29 May 2017
My annual F1 Grand Prix holiday choice for this year was Monaco again and I don't regret it. Last time I saw Ferrari Scuderia winning 1st and 2nd place was on the TV. Being there is another story. The bookF1.com ticket services are excellent. Thanks for the service. Ferrari for ever xxxxxxxxxx
31 May 2016
firstly I was given a ticket for a seat that did not exist X1 seat 31 is in fact the stairway (no seat numbers 29, 30, or 31). no Large screen to update you on the race and commentary is lost due to car noise. luckily we were only in this stand for Saturday and were in tribune "O" for Sunday. So in short do not bother with Tribune X it is a real shame that Monaco looks to get your money for such a poor service, leaves me wondering if the F1 is better elsewhere for a street circuit. Atmosphere is great around the town and I would go again and ponly book a ticket for the Sunday.
30 May 2016
worth going to the Friday free session to walk around the track. Gates opened 1420. Interesting to walk down the pit lane but it filled up fast and the pushing and shoving combined with the heat was just too much for my father in law who fainted so we had to move out fast. we moved to sit in the shade in stand K5 which had an amazing view of the boats and a big expanse of track.I can see why people rave about the view from there. However, race day came and it tipped down and we changed our view. We were in X1 - small tribune - 5 rows in total. right on the race track maybe 10 feet from the passing cars. if you want to be close to the action I would imagine this is hard to beat. You are exposed to the elements but when the rain comes down you can move underneath the building and stand/sit in comfort which we did a few times. Also plenty of toilets for the relatively small number of people in X1 and X2. X2 is probably better as you are closer to the starting grid. The downside is you have no big screen and its hard to hear the commentary from the other side of the pits so nobody really knew what was going on. Also you only see a small part of the track where nothing spectacular happens. for that reason I would probably choose a different stand if I went again The traffic management and signposting all over Monaco is excellent. I think its worth going on the Friday though just to get your bearings. Train service is also superb. we stayed in Cagnes sur mer and it was very easy
27 May 2015
Nice small stand with good view of last corner and first part of strait.very difficult to hear commentary from there .good access but 1 flight of stairs so not for the less mobile. If it had a view of a big screen it would have been excellent Event was well organised and very helpful staff on the gates and stands. Choice of places and eat, and the quality and price of the food was excellent.
28 May 2012
My 6th year at the circuit overall great day out but dissipointing that tickets bought on the day at the track would have been almost half the price than when booked on line.
The date of this race is based on the provisional calendar. Usually these dates do not change but this cannot be guaranteed until the final calendar is released towards the end of the year. If the date of the race does change, it will not affect the validity of any tickets you purchase for the event. If possible, we recommend booking any accommodation and flights/travel on a flexible basis or waiting until the calendar is confirmed.
Children aged between 6 to 15 years old are entitled to a 50% discount on ticket prices for the Saturday and Sunday. Please note that this is not applicable for hospitality packages.
The organisers ask that spectators do not bring children aged 5 and under because of the high noise levels. However, at parent's discretion, children aged 5 and under can enter grandstands free of charge without a ticket if they sit on a parent's lap.
Identification may be required on the day for child ticket entry.
A wheelchair-accessible area at the circuit is managed directly by l'Association monu00E9gasque des handicapu00E9s moteurs. Please contact us if you require more information.
All tickets for the Monaco Grand Prix are available for individual days (Thu, Fri, Sat or Sun) and grandstand tickets can also be bought as two-day (Sat-Sun) or three-day (Fri-Sun) packages. From 2022, the F1 sessions will take place on FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY. Thursday will be dedicated to all support races.
Tribune L Low is located in rows A-D, Tribune O Low are rows E-J and Tribune T Low are rows Z-ZA. Please be aware that views from lower rows are more likely to include safety fencing. Tribunes L High and T High have views into certain areas of the pits. Unlike previous years, Grandstand K is not split into High and Low rows. The organisers have advised this is due to the increased attractiveness of lower rows following improvements to the port.
The 'Le Rocher' General Admission area offers hillside viewing and the natural rough and in some places steep terrain may not suit all spectators. We recommend arriving early in Le Rocher to get the best viewing experience as the area can become very crowded particularly on Sunday.
Please be aware that all information in this profile is for guidance purposes only.
This product and its features are subject to move and change without notice and so the information and media in the profile is not guaranteed to be up-to-date or an exact representation of your experience. If you have a specific question about Tribune X1, then do not hesitate to contact us.
Images and other media are copyright of their respective owners.