Monaco’s Police Doesn’t Like Loud Supercars

The exquisite Monegasque micro-size sovereign state, located on the French Riviera, is known for its glitz, glamour and grandeur, but also for its tax-free lifestyle.

That’s why you’ll see many affluent folks showing-off their excessively modified sports cars and supercars, albeit this year the police decided to calm spirits down with some tickets.

As Monaco wasn’t filled up to the brim with high-end exotics revving their hearts out for the bystanders, the Top Marques event gathered even more ostentatious automobiles for car fans to film right at the entrance of the famous tunnel section, part of the Circuit the Monaco – a gathering point for carparazzis.

This time though, the area was heavily patrolled by police, stopping almost every overly enthusiastic driver trying to rev, accelerate and offer the crowd a good time. By the looks of it, the 5-0 even pulled over motorists who hadn’t done anything wrong (on camera at least) – making us think that the main reason for pulling them over – the noise, as Youtuber Shmee explains in the second video – was a little overzealous.

Either way, a €300 ($340) fine won’t probably stop supercars owners from enjoying themselves.

H/T to Romain D!


  • smartacus

    At some point, even Ultra-Conformists like Europeans will one day open their eyes and ask
    Why are Police are so good at catching fast cars instead of swimming pool rapists?

    • Kannag Don Amenra

      …and ungrateful ‘refugees’ who are basically terrorists in refugee clothing.

      • smartacus

        hey Kannag, i just picked up a troll from another site following me on all my sites

  • Six_Tymes

    it must be annoying to hear loud cars so often, from what I read people who live there have to complain constantly to get the police to try and reduce the noise. just saying, there are two sides to every story. awesome roads too drive on, although it looks like too much traffic. better in Switzerland for a drive i think.

  • MultiKdizzle


  • benT

    rich bogans

  • Bash

    Monaco’s Police Doesn’t Like Loud Supercars UNLESS they are in one..

    • europeon

      It’s Monaco, not Dubai. They have small Citroens, Peugeots and Renaults.

  • Vassilis

    So annoying. The cops, not the cars obviously.

  • CFK

    Look son, a lot of idiot s.

  • psiqtas

    Well..there’s so many more interesting tunnels in EU for this kind of purpose and no police there at all!

  • psiqtas

    Put one classic american V8 car there with some good mufflers ant it will just crash all of them with its sound!

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