Fifty years of Grand Prix history will be celebrated during the fourth Grand Prix Historique de Monaco over the weekend of May 15-16.
Formula One cars from over 30 marques will be assembled, ranging from the 1925 Bugatti Type 35 of François Rinaldi to the 1976 Tyrrell P34 of Martin Stretton.
In the pre-1977 F1 race, seven cars from the USA have been entered, including a Tyrrell 001 and an 006 for John Delane and his son Ryan respectively. Louis Sellyei’s Eagle-Weslake will be the earliest 3-litre car in action.
Away from F1, the Formula Junior race for front-engined, drum-brake cars includes seven Stanguellinis.
The sole sportscar race caters for pre-1953 cars. Sir Stirling Moss, winner of the Monaco GP in 1956, 1960 and 1961, will race a Jaguar C-type. Flavien Marçais in another C-type is expected to set the pace.