This Tuesday evening, Prince Albert II will be at the wheel of a sports coupé that his father popularised in the 1953 Tour de France auto.
This Tuesday evening, Prince Albert II will be touring the F1 circuit in a replica of the sports coupé in which his father took part, under a pseudonym, in the 1953 Tour de France automobile.
This Tuesday evening, at the stroke of 8pm, the hands on the pediment of the Princely Palace's Clock Tower could suddenly be spinning like "Back to the Future". At the start of the Monte-Carlo Historic Rally, on the Quai Albert-Ier, Prince Albert II will lift the veil on a magnificent replica of the red Deutsch Bonnet (DB) Coach Frua driven by his father, Prince Rainier III, during the 1953 Tour de France automobile. Alongside Valérie Closier, Director of the Car Collection of H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco, the Sovereign will take the wheel for a lap of the circuit.