Top Marques has launched a competition inviting children in Monaco to draw the supercars, yachts, and jets they think will be in circulation in the year 2050. 

There will be no petrol or diesel, so how will people get around?

The art competition is being organised in partnership with the Yacht Club de Monaco, Airbus Corporate Jets, and Dassault Aviation ahead of the 18th edition of the supercar show, taking place from 7th to 11th June in the Principality.

Entrants between seven and 17 are invited to choose one mode of transport – supercar, yacht, or airplane – and draw by hand or digitally their model which will be in circulation in 2050.

All drawings will be displayed at Top Marques, with a jury meeting to deliberate the winning entrants on Friday 9th June.

Winners and runners-up will be invited to the show with an adult on Saturday 10th June to meet members of the jury and be awarded prizes including a box of Lego and a holiday workshop offered by Bricks 4 Kidz, a week’s sailing course and a motorboat license training donated by the Yacht Club de Monaco and ACJ and Dassault Aviation model aircraft.

Drawings must be deposited at the Reception of the Yacht Club de Monaco or emailed to by 1st June. All vehicles must have a name clearly marked along with the name and age of the child and a contact number of a parent.

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