Monaco Grand Prix preview - all you need to know
The Monaco Grand Prix is 78 laps long and consists of 20 turns.
First held: 1950
Circuit distance: 3.34 km
Lap record: 1.14.44 secs (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004)
Drivers who live in Monaco: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Felipe Massa and Daniel Ricciardo
£18,800: Price of a hotel room on the Saturday night offering a view of the circuit on race day
89.6 years: Monaco's average life expectancy, the highest in the world. A new-born Monaco resident can expect to live through 1700 grands prix
£2.26m: Typical two-bedroom apartment in Monaco. Average property price in England and Wales: £178,000
Ayrton Senna has the most wins at the circuit with six. Michael Schumacher and Graham Hill with five each. Alain Prost with four.
McLaren have the most Monaco Grand Prix wins with 15. Ferrari have eight and Lotus (the original team founded by Colin Chapman) have seven.
There were 95.82bn Euros in assets under management in Monaco in 2012 - it would take Lewis Hamilton approximately 3000 years to earn that amount, based on his new Mercedes contract.