Confirmation came with a press release from the Automobile Club of Monaco, announcing how the Principality will be more than ever the capital of motorsport in 2021. The three events will take place within a month: the 12th historic Monaco Grand Prix (from 23 to 25 April), the 4th Monaco e- Prix (8 May) and the 78th Formula 1 Grand Prix (20 to 23 May). A decision taken - explains the Automobile Club - to follow up on the numerous requests from competitors, partners and spectators to attend the historic Grand Prix next year ".
"The organization of three events in the space of a single month will be great news for all of us - explains Christian Tornatore, general commissioner of the Automobile Club of Monaco - with the logistics part that promises to be complex, of course, but not insurmountable. We must start assembling the circuit earlier than usual, at the end of February, instead of March 15. Later, we will integrate the technical aspects, inside and outside the track, that each discipline we welcome requires. To do this, we count on the experience and about the availability of everyone involved to achieve our goals ".