A bumper year for automobile racing enthusiasts in the Principality


13th Monaco Grand Prix Historic: 13/15 May 2022

5th FIA MONACO E-PRIX: 30 April 2022


79th FIA FORMULA 1 MONACO GRAND PRIX: 26/29 May 2022

The FIA FORMULA 1 MONACO GRAND PRIX 2022 will take place on the 29th May and shall be more exciting than ever, looking at the past season and the ever growing interest that the worldwide competition of the fastest motor cars is generating. 

To add to the excitement, Monaco will also host on the same year, a Monaco Grand Prix Historic

and a E-PRIX (FIA Formula E).  


Of course, attending and watching the race(s) from a yacht in Monaco Port Hercule is more than ever the most vibrant and exclusive option and we believe we are the best partner to assist you all the way to make it happen. 


With almost 25 years of experience, we have a great understanding of how to get the perfect position for your yacht. Please also note that our service is not just getting you the right berth, but inclusive of all formalities and our full range of services and assistance when the yacht is participating in the Grand Prix. 


Berth applications for the F1 period are starting early January 2022, so If any of your clients are interested in procuring the ideal berth, then this is the moment to get in touch with us at Catalano Shipping to fully consider the dossier and get a head start in the allocation process. Time flies, and the deadline for applications will be set for the end of February.


Of course, when the occasion arises, we will also advise and assist with all the additional factors and considerations which come into play.


Feel free to reach out to us as of now to start preparing your application or for any information. We are proudly your one-stop shop for this experience of a lifetime!


Now, please find here below more details on the 3 competitions, and the full programmes of the events. 



Credits : www.fpa2.org

Back to the future.

The Principality of Monaco has a long history of hosting races. It also has a long history in terms of research and environmental preservation initiatives.

It is all natural that it has now become a yearly rendezvous for the 1st major all electric car competition.


Sustainability, electric power, futuristic cars, and lots of action!

The 5th edition of the Monaco E-Prix is scheduled to take place on the 30th of April 2022.

For those who are not familiar with this competition, 2022 will witness the 9th season of this 100% electric cars championship. Definitely a great show and always thrilling.

What’s new for this upcoming season?


Gen3 is coming


Formula E and the FIA have recently shared a first look at the third-generation all-electric racing car that will race in Season 9.

This new generation is described by FIA President Jean Todt as: “a machine created at the intersection of high performance, efficiency and sustainability.”

In a few words, this competition is raising more and more interest each year as the performances and characteristics of the cars are more and more impressive:

-The world’s most efficient racing cars – at least 40% of the energy used within a race will be produced by regenerative braking during the race

-An electric motor delivering up to 350kw of power (470BHP), capable of a top speed of 200mph (320 km/h), with a power-to-weight ratio that is twice as efficient as an equivalent 470BHP internal combustion engine (ICE)

-The Gen3 will be net-zero carbon, maintaining the championship’s status as the first sport to be certified as net-zero carbon since inception.

-All carbon fibre broken parts will be recycled by an innovative process from the aviation and aerospace industry into new fibres reusable for other applications


The Monaco 2022 E-PRIX racetrack and Programme 


The electric single-seaters will use the entire circuit in 2022 for the second consecutive year, thus underlining the technological progress thus made by the discipline since its creation less than 10 years ago.



30 April 2022

Morning:  Free practice & Qualifying sessions

Afternoon:  5th MONACO E-PRIX



Just as for the F1, having a well-positioned yacht inside the Port Hercule is the guarantee to be assisting first row and in style.


Place your reservation request or ask for any further information at info@a-gents.eu.  


The 13th edition of the Historic Grand Prix will also be taking place in Monaco in 2022 from the 13th to 15th of May.

We love this event and it can also be a great and good value introduction to visitors and clients, with a broad range of quality cars of yesteryear with drivers who don’t hold back. 

The “Automobile Club de Monaco” organizes since 1997 the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, usually running two weeks before the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix. 

Cars that can participate are listed below, sorted by races and classes, restricted to cars that took part in International Races & that are in conformity with the regulations for the relevant period.


Races and Classes


RACE A : LOUIS CHIRON – Front-engine Grand Prix cars built before 1960

Class 1 : Pre-war Grand Prix cars

Class 2 : Pre-war Voiturettes

Class 3 : Cars built between January 1, 1946 and December 31, 1953 fitted with a supercharged engine of maximum capacity 1500cc or with non-supercharged engine of maximum capacity 4500cc

Class 4 : Formula 2 cars built before December 31, 1953, with non-supercharged engine and a maximum engine capacity of 2000cc

Class 5 : Formula 1 cars built between January 1, 1954 and December 31, 1960 with non-supercharged engines of a maximum capacity 2500cc, or supercharged engines of maximum capacity 750cc

Class 6 : Cars outside classes 3-4-5 but having a historical connection with those entered in the F1 World Championship between 1950 and 1960 


RACE B : GRAHAM HILL – Rear-engine, 1500, F1 Grand Prix cars from 1961 to 1965 and F2

Class 1 : F2 built between January 1, 1956 and December 31, 1960

Class 2 : Cars equipped with a 4 or 6 cylinders engine

Class 3 : Cars equipped with a 8 or 12 cylinders engine 


RACE C : VITTORIO MARZOTTO – Front-engine Sport Racing cars from 1952 to 1957

Class 1 : Cars equipped with capacity engine of less than to 2L

Class 2 : Cars with an engine capacity of more than 2L fitted with drum brake

Class 3 : Cars with an engine capacity of more than 2L fitted with disk brakes 


RACE D : JACKIE STEWART – F1 Grand Prix cars 3L from 1966 to 1972

Class 1 : Cars built or raced in F1 Grand Prix in between January 1, 1966 and December 31, 1969

Class 2 : Cars built between January 1, 1970 and December 31, 1972, equipped with a Ford-Cosworth DFV engine

Class 3 : Cars built between January 1, 1970 and December 31, 1972, equipped with other engines 


RACE E : NIKI LAUDA – F1 Grand Prix cars 3L from 1973 to 1976

Class 1: Cars equipped with a Ford-Cosworth DFV engine

Class 2 : Cars equipped with other engines 


RACE F : GILLES VILLENEUVE – F1 Grand Prix cars 3L from 1977 to 1980

Class 1 : Cars designed not to exploit the ground effect

Class 2 : Cars designed to exploit the ground effect, equipped with a Ford-Cosworth DFV engine

Class 3 : Cars designed to exploit the ground effect, equipped with other engines 


RACE G : AYRTON SENNA – F1 Grand Prix cars 3L from 1981 to 1985

Class 1 : Cars equipped with aspirated engine



What’s up in 2022 in the F1 galaxy?

It’s clearly a very exciting new season that we have ahead of us.


After an epic end of season 2021, which saw what is probably the most exciting epilogue that Formula 1 has ever seen: Max Verstappen changing the game and earning his first world champion title, during the very last lap of the last race of the season, impeaching Lewis Hamilton to win an 8th title and to overcome the legendary Michael Schumacher in terms of records. Well, Hamilton will have to save it for another time.



The battle for the crown will be ruthless in 2022 and the interest for the audience at the highest level. This rivalry is so beneficial for the show and for the suspense. Ask any F1 lover and he’ll tell you about the great years when Prost and Senna where fighting week after week and year after year, to be crowned as the greatest in the circuit. 


More races that ever.

Formula 1 has announced the calendar for 2022, with a record-breaking 23 Grand Prix schedule being approved by the FIA’s Council.



The season will begin in Bahrain on 20 March and finish in Abu Dhabi on 20 November, one month before Christmas – with Miami hosting the first of two races in the United States.

Credits : www.fia.com


The 2022 F1 Monaco Grand Prix sessions and races will be taking place from the 26th or 27th to the 29th of May.


After last year’s reduced venue, we believe this will be a remarkable, extremely popular, and exclusive event, so we advise to get in touch with us at the earliest stage to start working on the process and preparing a dossier. 


The Monaco 2022 F1 Grand Prix racetrack and Programme 

Credits: www.acm.com



26-29 May 2022


Thursday 26:

08:00 Track closed

14:00-14:50 Formula Regional by Alpine / Practice Session

15:35- 16:20 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup / Practice Session

17:05- 17:50 Formula 2 / Practice Session

19:30 Track open


Friday 27:

5:30 Track closed

7:20 – 08:00 Formula 2 / Qualifying Session

08:45 – 09:15 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup / Qualifying Session

10:00 – 11:08 Formula Regional by Alpine / Qualifying Sessions

12:00 – 13:00 Formula 1 Free practice 1

15:00 – 16: 00 Formula 1 Free practice 2

17:15 – 18:05 Formula 2 Race 1

19:30 Track open


Saturday 28:

08:00 Track closed

10:00 – 10:35 Formula Regional by Alpine / Race 1

12:00 – 13:00 Formula 1 Free practice 3

15:00 – 16:00 Formula 1 Qualifying session (Q1 Q2 Q3)

17:15 – 18:20 Formula 2 Race 2

19:30 Track open


Sunday 29:

07:00 Track closed

10:00 – 10:35 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup / Race

11:30 – 12:05 Formula Regional by Alpine / Race 2

13:10 Formula 1 Drivers presentation

14:30 - 14:40 Starting grid set up 

14:44 National anthem

15:00 Formula 1 / 79th Grand Prix de Monaco

20:30 Track Open


Credits : www.acm.com

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