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Predominantly a supercar show that’s been taking place annually for at least 13 years, Top Marques Monaco claims to be the world’s greatest supercar show and this year more than 45,000 visitors attended. With a reputation for showcasing the finer things in life, seeing a few Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglios take part in this event comes as no surprise.

Youtuber Automotive Mike was on the scene during this four day event and captured a few Giulia QV cruising through Monaco in various colors, from Montecarlo Blue Metallic to Alfa White. There were plenty of other spectators with their cameras out, filming one Giulia QV revving through a tunnel more than once.

There were plenty of other supercars at the event a Ferrari F40 and Lamborghini Aventador SV, but the sport saloon received its fair share of attention as well. Most likely thanks to its Ferrari-derived 505-hp 2.9-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine, capable enough reclaim the title of fastest sedan at Nürburgring from the Porsche Panamera Turbo. All 443lb-ft of torque is sent to its rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission or a Getrag six-speed manual gearbox.

For those intending to watch Mike’s video of the event, you may want to turn up the volume a bit to fully experience the symphony of exotic supercars.

 

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I hope they pay a return visit when I'm there, even if there's no special event (other than my presence) to attract them.
 

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That photo was taken at the entrance to the tunnel under the hotel. I crossed there on Friday.

I saw only one Giulia during my time in Monaco. It was a Lusso (or the European equivalent) that was parked in the shadow of the Hôtel de Paris during the veritable orgy of supercars that takes place in Casino Square just about every night. Its nearest neighbors were a Ferrari and an M-B.
 

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finally saw a Quad (other then my next door neighbors LOL) it was MC and parked across the street from the BMW dealer I usually use...LOL still had transit tags on it
looked very very sharp
as far as Monte Carlo....it is almost crazy how abundant true super cars are in that town....especially at the Hotel....that and Super Yachts....
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Kind of silly seeing so many supercars with no place to go...... just revving the engines and attempt a burnout is kind of like having a supermodel girlfriend and just hold hands......:grin2:

That is why we are getting together at Lime Rock Park in September......to let our cars stretch their legs....:wink2:
 

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I got the sense that some of the cars more or less live there. Still, it was nice to be able to get so close to them, and there were plenty of friendly and knowledgeable enthusiasts assembled. Like a street party.
 

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I got the sense that some of the cars more or less live there. Still, it was nice to be able to get so close to them, and there were plenty of friendly and knowledgeable enthusiasts assembled. Like a street party.
That they do as Monaco is a tax haven for many wealthy people especially F1 drivers
 

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That they do as Monaco is a tax haven for many wealthy people especially F1 drivers
Actually I meant it appeared some of the cars live in Casino Square. Many of them had plates from Persian gulf countries.
 
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