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Is there an alternative to experience the Monaco F1 Race "track"?

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I'm planning a trip to the French Riviera in late April 2014.

As a long time Formula1 racing fan, the idea of driving on the same road that the racing drivers do excites me. However, renting a car, parking difficulties, traffic etc do not. With excellent train and bus service, I'm quite happy to take the public transport to visit the various towns/cities from our base in Nice... may even throw in a walk between towns if it is not too strenuous (I'm by no way of the imagination fit, haha).

Am wondering whether there are any options to actually experience a drive on the "race track" without all the accompanying hassle?

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