The second unique F1® car NFT pays tribute to the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2019
Auction starts on 19 June 2019 at 2 am GMT!
Honouring the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO
The “Monaco Edition 2019” car is the second official Formula 1® non-fungible token (NFT) collectible. This token is intended for use in the blockchain game F1® Delta Time. The “Monaco Edition 2019” car is a unique and high-powered car inspired by the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO, one of the most demanding circuits in Formula 1®.
Limited edition & high performance
The “Monaco Edition 2019” car is a one-of-a-kind asset, making it unique and highly desirable. It is an extreme performance digital asset, due to its blisteringly fast pace on the track, below is a summary of its stats:
Proudly sporting the symbolic Monegasque red and white
The “Monaco Edition 2019” is a virtual F1® car with livery inspired by the red and white portion of the principality of Monaco coat of arms, and its ruling family — the House of Grimaldi. This lightning-fast machine is a proud honorary Monegasque!
The “Monaco Edition 2019” car benefits from a hometown advantage, receiving a boost when racing at the Circuit de Monaco.
Auction starts on 19 June 2019
The auction for the “Monaco Edition 2019” car starts on 19 and ends on 22 June 2019. To learn more, or to bid on this unique F1® car NFT, please visit www.F1DeltaTime.com.
Some facts about the Circuit de Monaco
The Circuit de Monaco is a street circuit featured on the Formula 1® calendar when racing comes to Monte Carlo. The circuit features with many elevation shifts, tight corners and narrow streets, making it one of the most demanding Formula 1® circuits. Monaco has been on the F1® calendar since 1950, however there have been races at the circuit since 1929. The Circuit de Monaco is the shortest track on the F1® calendar, with a circuit length of only 3.337 km, resulting in it having the highest number of laps (78). The circuit is also famous for its Fairmont hairpin corner (turn 6) and the only F1® “indoor corner” in the tunnel at turn 9.
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