Monaco: The Greatest Race of All

Discover the magic of the Monaco GP from the people who've raced it from 9pm on Friday on Sky Sports F1!

Last Updated: 17/05/13 2:04pm

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With its timeless glamour and mystique, the Monaco GP remains one of the world's most recognised - and treasured - annual sporting events.

So, as Sky Sports F1 kicks off its build-up to the channel's exclusive live coverage of the sport's ultimate blue riband event next week we've something a little special for you from 9pm on Friday night, straight after the latest edition of The F1 Show.

Monaco: The Greatest Race of All is a romp through the archives of the historic race. Steve Rider presents half an hour of recollections from drivers past and present, including anecdotes, poignant reminiscences and a unique insight into driving the famous street circuit.

Ever wanted to know what Nigel Mansell thought of Ayrton Senna's defensive driving in that thrilling duel in 1992? Ever had a sleepless night thinking of Gilles Villeneuve's overtake on Alan Jones in 1981, wondering how he made it look so simple? Do you want to hear what an old woman in the Café de Paris said to Sir Stirling Moss in 1950? Well, now is your chance to discover all Monte Carlo's remarkable secrets.

Monaco: The Greatest Race of All is a must-watch for all F1 fans who are gearing up to next week's 2013 race, so don't miss it from 9pm on Friday on Sky Sports F1!

And don't worry if you miss the programme first time round as it will be repeated at midnight on Saturday morning, 9.15pm Saturday night and again on Monday and Thursday evenings.

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