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Racing ahead at 2015's Monaco Grand Prix

26th May 2015

With its outcome dependent on a late Mercedes team strategic change, 2015's Monaco Grand Prix was one of the famous event's more dramatic races. From a private vantage point on the 12th floor of the Panorama building, Camper & Nicholsons brokers and guests watched on as world champion Lewis Hamilton lost out to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.

Despite the drama surrounding Mercedes' decision to pit Lewis Hamilton under a late safety car - a choice which resulted in the world champion losing the race to his team mate Nico Rosberg - it was another great Grand Prix weekend filled with first class racing. Camper & Nicholsons hosted its annual terrace event giving clients and guests an unbeatable view of the action from the 12th floor of the Panorama building. Held in association with co-sponsors Bentley Monaco and Fred Paris, this year's exclusive event attracted glamorous guests from around the world keen to take advantage of the amazing viewpoint Camper & Nicholsons has become famous for offering its clients.

Camper & Nicholsons also entertained clients and friends with a spectacular party on the Saturday night on board 43.63m (143'1) Silver Wind. Toasting the impending race in ultimate style from the decks of one of the most advanced motor yachts in the world, guests on board Silver Wind enjoyed canapés and cocktails at the very heart of this celebrated and high-octane event.

Camper & Nicholsons would like to thank everyone for making this Monaco Grand Prix such a successful and memorable weekend, particularly our co-sponsors, guests and Silver Wind's crew.

by Camper Nicholsons

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A decision by the Mercedes team to pit Lewis Hamilton under a late safety car saw the world champion hand over his win to Nico Rosberg.