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Our Highlighted Package: January

Fugare 1 Monaco Grand Prix F1 viewing and hospitality is second to none and further information on our range of full packages with hotel accommodation and transfers included can be found here.

This month our highlighted package is our High Floor/Rooftop & Hotel package. This includes spectacular race views, 5* hospitality, award winning gourmet catering, premium open bar with Champagne and not to forget, the finest locations in Monaco.

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Our Highlighted Package: December

Fugare 1 Monaco Grand Prix F1 viewing and hospitality is second to none and further information on our range of full packages with hotel accommodation and transfers included can be found here.

This month our highlighted package is our Mid Floor Balcony & Hotel. This includes race viewing and hospitality on our private mid floor balconies on the start and finish straight and not to forget a range of hotel accommodation and room types to choose from. A combination of days from Thursday through to Sunday may be chosen.

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Our Highlighted Package: November

Fugare 1 Monaco Grand Prix F1 viewing and hospitality is second to none and further information on our range of full packages with hotel accommodation and transfers included can be found here.

This month our highlighted package is our VIP Yacht & Hotel Package. This includes accommodation either on-board in a private en-suite cabin or in a choice of excellent 4* and 5* hotels plus full hospitality on-board one of our luxury private yachts. Race viewing from our prime trackside yacht positions is exhilarating and any combination of days from Thursday through to Sunday may be chosen.

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Vettel Wins At Bahrain Grand Prix

There were fears this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix may be disrupted by protestors, but the race went ahead as planned. There may not have been as many crowds in the stands as usual, but we still had an exciting race in the desert.

It saw reigning champion Sebastian Vettel’s first win of the season. This is along with having two of the Lotus team on the podium for the first time in over 30 years, since the Spanish Grand Prix in 1979. Kimi Räikkönen was in second place and Romain Grosjean was third.

Vettel’s team mate, Mark Webber, whom had previously spoken of the situation in Bahrain, finished in fourth place. He was followed by Nico Rosberg.The Mercedes driver had a triumphant victory in China, although, this race was somewhat touched by controversy. The driver collided with both Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso and now faces a steward’s inquiry to see if he retains his position.

Force India capped off an eventful weekend in Bahrain with an incredible performance by Paul Di Resta, who came in sixth. He was in front of the aforementioned Fernando Alonso, who finished in seventh.

The McLaren team moreover found themselves beset with pit crew troubles once again. Hamilton reportedly left the pits with a sticking rear left wheel on two separate occasions. He eventually completed the race in eighth place. His teammate Jenson Button was forced to pull out at the 56th lap, with a broken exhaust. This amounted to McLaren’s worst showing of the 2012 Grand Prix season so far.

The Bahrain Grand Prix To Go Ahead This Sunday

The world’s media has been keeping a close eye on the upcoming Bahrain Grand Prix. People have been rightly talking about the internal strife the country has been going through. The race is all set to go ahead this weekend though, with increased security.

A number of the drivers have spoken of the situation. Force India team were reportedly caught up in protests and chose not to participate in the second practice. The decision has been taken by organisers though to carry on with the race as scheduled. It will take place on Sunday the 22nd of April 2012 at 15:00.

The Bahrain Grand Prix was first held back in 2004 and was the first Formula One meet held in the Middle East. The event lasts for 57 laps and covers a circuit length of 5.412 kms. It is the next exciting location of the 2012 Grand Prix, covering every corner of the world.

This has already been the season for dreams coming true. Racing fans only need to look at the latest race of the season in China, which saw an unexpected win for Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg. The West German racer will be out to prove the victory wasn’t a fluke and repeat his triumph in Bahrain.

Jenson Button with McLaren, in the meantime, will be hoping to better his second place in China. Although, his team mate Lewis Hamilton, currently on top of the leader board, is still looking for that first win of the 2012 Grand Prix. He has reportedly been performing fantastically in practice and is all keyed up for a win.

The current champion, Sebastian Vettel, moreover, will be finally hoping to get his season in gear and recapture last years form. He will have stiff competition from Sauber’s Sergio Perez, Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and Red Bull team mate Mark Webber.

The cream of world motor racing has travelled to Bahrain to participate in this weekend’s meet. It is a time where, in spite of civil unrest, the world of motor racing can try to unite and overcome it.

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