French skier Arthur Bauchet, a treble gold medalist at the last Paralympic Games in Beijing, is a special guest this weekend at Monaco Grand Prix. The winner in downhill, slalom and super-combined, this winter in China, 21-year-old Bauchet also claimed a bronze medal in Giant Slalom and took 4th in Super-Giant. He runs in the “standing” category and suffers from spastic paraparesis, a genetic disease that causes tremors. Now based in Gap, in the Hautes-Alpes, to be closer to the ski slopes, Bauchet had already won four silver medals in Korea in 2018. Passionate about sport, he came with all his medals and posed for the photo at the headquarters of the ACM, which he visited upon his arrival. Then he spent Saturday in the race direction HQ, with a breathtaking view over the pits and the Swimming-Pool. An unforgettable day for the young champion, delighted to have discovered F1 in ideal conditions.