RETURN OF THE MARZAL
Fifty-one years after it first took to the streets ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, the spectacular Lamborghini Marzal was back in the Principality. In 1967, alongside Princess Grace, Prince Rainier III drove the Marcello Gandini-styled concept. Thanks to the efforts of Lamborghini’s Polo Storico division, their son, Albert II, was able to follow in their wheeltracks. The four-seater Marzal – which made its debut at the ’67 Geneva Salon, a few weeks before its Monaco appearance – was joined on track this year by an example of the car it inspired: the Espada.