Formula 1 - Canadian Grand Prix - Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Friday 7th June 2019 - Sunday 9th June 2019
Canadian Grand Prix: VIP Tickets and Hospitality Packages - Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
In 1978 the Grand Prix of Canada came to Montreal, where it was run on a man-made island in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, the site of the 1967 Expo and the 1976 Summer Olympic Games.
In 1982 the circuit was renamed in honour of Gilles Villeneuve, the very popular Canadian driver, who died during practice for the Belgium GP that year and who had won the first F1 race held on the Isle Notre Dame circuit in 1978. Because of its excellent infrastructure, it is a popular event on the Formula One calendar.
It is a mix of slow and rapid corners with a very long straight which demands a lot of the engines. However, its layout is popular with drivers because it is one of the few GP tracks where overtaking is possible, and the annual stopover in Canada remains one of the most popular with the F1 circus. The track has been modified a several times in the past, involving minor re-profiling of some corners on safety grounds.
Check below for our available premium tickets and hospitality packages.
Canada - Grandstand 11
Canadian Grand Prix - Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve - Grandstand 11 (Fri-Sun)
Grandstand 11 is on the exit of Turn 2 aka The Senna Curve. This Grandstand offers a view of Turn 2, and the pit lane exit. Those sat on the right of the stand (when facing the circuit) can also see Turn 1 and some of the start finish straight. Turns 1 and 2 are famous for incident, especially at the start of the race.
The Grandstand 11 package includes:
TV screen (subject to change)
Canada - Grandstand 15
Grandstand 15 is placed centrally on the apex of the Turn 10 hairpin. From here you can see the approach and exit of this famous turn that has been the scene of many an overtake or accident. None more famous in modern memory than Robert Kubica`s accident that barrel-rolled his car through the corner into the run off area in front of this grandstand.
The Grandstand 15 package includes:
TV screen (subject to change)
Canada - Paddock Club
This circuit is in the unique location of Parc Jean-Drapeau on Notre Dame Island, a man-made island hosting the rowing lake from the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. Whilst you enjoy the exciting Canadian atmosphere, you will also have the luxury of viewing from the pit building.
With all day to explore, you can enjoy the facilities and entertainment on offer including state-of-the-art race simulators and unique winner`s trophy podium. You will also be able to visit other areas of the circuit such as the F1™ Village and the Support Race Paddock. Furthermore, each day will be punctuated with visits from drivers, champions past and present, and team engineers who will help you gain some unique insights into Formula 1™ and the weekend race strategies.
The Paddock Club package includes:
Admission to the circuit and the Formula One Paddock Club™