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BAC Sport was asked to plan an amazing corporate incentive package, putting guests at the very heart of the Monaco F1 World.  It was important they were given a first class event where the organisation was flawless. No other event conjures the same vision of glamour and excitement as the Monaco Grand Prix. It’s a glittering mix of fast cars, beautiful people and opulent yachts; an experience not to be missed, even if you’re not an F1 enthusiast.

BAC Sport created a unique 4-day inclusive tailor made programme to one of the most prestigious events on the sporting calendar – the Monaco Grand Prix.  The ultimate way to arrive in Monte Carlo is by helicopter.  Far from the stress of congested roads, we whisked our guests along the picturesque French Riviera coastline from Nice to Monaco.  Staying in the heart of Monaco, guests enjoyed the luxurious Columbus Hotel, also a firm favourite for a number of F1 drivers, including Button, Vettel and Webber. Friday’s programme included a day on a luxurious Yacht charter in the French Riviera.  With a multilingual crew and an experienced skipper, guests received first class service and total relaxation in a friendly ambience. On arrival at the Midi Terrace, Hotel Hermitage on Saturday, guests enjoyed stunning views over the track and harbour with champagne and fine wines being served throughout the afternoon.  Guests were treated to an extensive gourmet buffet lunch whilst soaking up the atmosphere of the qualifying sessions. Sunday’s programme included the main event: the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix.  Guests benefited from a second day of full hospitality at the most sought after viewing location: the Winston Churchill Suite.  Situated on the roof of the Hotel de Paris, the Churchill Suite again offered superb views overlooking the circuit and harbour.  Finishing the night off in style we took our guests to Buddha-Bar, a trendy restaurant in the heart of the prestigious Monte Carlo Casino.  An east-meets-west menu of Asian specialities, the Buddha Bar finds a quaff home inside a former 20th Century theatre, with secret dining rooms reminiscent of opium dens and grand terrace that attracts locals and visitors alike.

If you are looking for a bespoke inclusive programme for the Monaco Grand Prix or any of the other F1 races please contact us