On the eve of the Historic Grand Prix, HSH Prince Albert inaugurated the ‘Ferrari F1 in Monaco: Histoires et Victoires’ exhibition, which will be open to visitors of the Automobile Collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco until the end of August.

The sovereign was joined by his nephew, Louis Ducruet and Monaco Minister of State Pierre Dartout, as he inaugurated the exhibition, before taking a moment to stroll down memory lane.

This exhibition retraces the fascinating history of the Scuderia in the Principality, which began on May 21, 1950 with Ferrari’s first Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix. Alberto Ascari took second place on the day with a Ferrari 125S, but the Prancing horse’s form improved shortly thereafter, as this Italian stallion went on to win back to back titles in 1952 and 1953, becoming the first driver in the history of the sport to do so.

Over 10 historically significant Ferrari race cars make up this exhibition, including those driven by Niki Lauda, ​​Gilles Villeneuve, Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel to name just a few. Visitors will also be able to admire Charles Leclerc’s 2019 SPA and Monza winning SF90 car.

Under 17s can visit the collection and the exhibition within for five euros, while an adult ticket costs 10. Discover more and book tickets on the Automobile Collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco website here.

Featured image courtesy of A.Bastello/Palais Princier: HSH Prince Albert with Franco Meiners, former Ferrari collaborator, Minister of State Pierre Dartout, Louis Ducruet and Valérie Closier, director of the Automobile Collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco