The Top Marques team last week unveiled the only NASCAR driven by a French racing driver, Michel Disdier, at the Collection of Cars of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco.
The world premiere of this extraordinary car, designed by French artist Richard Orlinski, was due to be one of the highlights of the 2021 edition of Top Marques supercar show. However, the constantly evolving coronavirus postponed this year’s edition until June 8 – 12, 2022.
On the occasion of the 78th edition of the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, Disdier’s NASCAR was unveiled in the presence of HSH Prince Albert II and his children, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella at the sovereign’s Collection of Cars. The twins followed their father by adding their own signatures to the NASCAR, making it even more unique.
“What a pleasure it was to also meet His Sovereign’s children, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, who had a great time with us. They even took advantage of writing their autographs on the vehicle, which is also appropriately named the ArtCar,” joked Disdier.
“We are very happy to have been able to present, as a world preview, the NASCAR car at the Monaco Grand Prix in the presence of HSH Prince Albert and His children. I would like to thank His Serene Highness for his support as well as the Collection of Cars of HSH Prince Albert II.”
Featured image courtesy of Eric Mathon of the Prince’s Palace