This year the Circuit de Monaco will host the sixth Gran Prix of the 2009 Formula One Season. The action is due to begin on Thursday 21st May when fans will get to see the drivers taking part in two practise sessions. However the real action doesn't get underway until Saturday 23rd when the drivers compete against the clock in the qualifying rounds.

The qualifying rounds are in many ways as important as the race itself as the prize for the fastest qualifying time is the coveted 'pole position'. As the Circuit de Monaco traces its famous path through the narrow streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine Andy Dalton Jersey Sale , there are notoriously few opportunities for drivers to p[censored] each other and as a consequence the driver who starts the race in 'pole position' will, more often than not, finish as race champion.

Sunday 24th of May will see the culmination of the weekend's activities with the warm up for the Monaco Grand Prix 2009 commencing at 13.30. The race itself begins half an hour later at 14.00 and typically lasts for just under two hours as the drivers race to complete 76 laps of the circuit.

While it is possible to buy tickets for each separate day of the event, most Monaco Grand Prix hospitality packages will include both the qualifying rounds as well as the race itself. These packages will typically vary greatly in price. At the lower end you will find packages that include accommodation Andy Dalton Bengals Jersey , local transfer, and grandstand tickets for the race, but do not include flights or hospitality. Prices for these kind of packages will generally start at around $2000 per/person based on two sharing.

Monaco F1 hospitality packages will typically start at around $3000 per/person and such packages will typically include 3 nights Bed and Breakfast accommodation (often in a neighbouring town such as Nice), local transfer Andy Dalton Kids Jersey , and a view of the action from a private balcony (often belonging to a hotel) with complimentary buffet and open bar (including unlimited Champagne). If you wish to stay in Monaco itself, you should expect to pay between $5000 and $20000 per head. These Monaco based F1 hospitality packages will typically include helicopter transfer to and from your airport with the more expensive packages including F1 Driver appearances.

If you are looking for a no holds barred F1 Corporate Hospitality event then you should consider watching the Monaco Grand Prix from the decks of a yacht. A range of boats are available for hire with the largest catering for parties of up to 150 guests, with overnight accommodation for up to 36.

Some of the best views of the Monaco Grand Prix are from the decks of the yachts berthed in the harbour. As a result most of these spots are reserved well in advance by companies specialising in Monaco F1 Corporate Hospitality, and consequently they tend to be extremely expensive.

However Andy Dalton Womens Jersey , if you are on a more limited budget you will find companies offering Monaco Grand Prix hospitality packages that include yacht parties but will not break the bank. These packages make use of yachts that are moored further way from the s[censored] line. Although these locations are not ideal for viewing the race, there will usually be an option to view the race from an alternative location and return to the yacht for the after party.

Ultimately the Monaco Grand Prix experience is only partly about the race itself, it is the glamorous setting, the yachts Andy Dalton Authentic Jersey , the celebrities and the parties that make it the fantastic event that it is.

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