The finest supercar adventures in the world.
The globe best of nature’s beauty
The best cars ever built.
Outstanding hotels full of character
Fine food and wine
top-class performers, artistes, conjurers, and acrobats
THE RUN TO MONACO IS BACK! Now in its fifth year of existence, the Run To Monaco has become the quintessential rendezvous for some of the finest names in luxury and a fascinating backdrop for one of the key players in ground-breaking Fine Watchmaking, Roger Dubuis.
40 of the most accomplished vehicles ever built line up on a brand new itinerary beginning in Venice, La Serenissima, perhaps the most romantic city in Italy. Taking in the Apennine Mountains, The Tuscan hills, The Italian Riviera, and The Alps this is a spectacular rally across stunning countryside. These glorious routes are researched thoroughly with every inch pre-driven to make sure you can enjoy the fantastic scenery and explosive performance of your supercar like never before.
The road ends in St. Jean Cap Ferrat on the Côte D’Azur in France, where we’re based for an extraordinary weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix. Perfect views of the racing, high-spec tenders on call to get you around, and the most fun parties in the Principality ensure you’ll be returning home with the best stories to tell. This year it’s a beach party on Friday with an Eastern twang, followed on Saturday by an evening of intrigue and great music on our very own super-yacht, Kanaloa, in the heart of the action.
This lifestyle experience for which the exclusive and inspirational Run To Monaco is famous, together with the blend of superb form and function and cutting-edge materials of which the world’s top supercars are composed, are strongly reminiscent of the entire Roger Dubuis ethos. People with style and a taste for luxury. Discreet individuals seeking
different means of self-expression. This is the world of Roger Dubuis.
Symbolic of this synergy, for the 2016 Run To Monaco, the Roger Dubuis’ iconic Excalibur Automatic Skeleton appears in a dynamic new interpretation clad in a high-tech composite known as carbon fibre sheet moulding compound (SMC).