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Racing returns to the streets of Montreal in 2024, as Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix tickets all set for another speedy sell-out.
The Canadian Grand Prix has sold out in weeks rather than months over the past few years, as the popularity of the event, due to its guaranteed drama and proximity to Montreal city.
Hundreds, potentially thousands, of fans are disappointed each year by missing out on tickets - don't let it be you!
Why go to the Canadian Grand Prix?
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is constructed partly from public roads and has proven down the years to be a fan favourite due to its frantic racing, outstanding viewing options and close proximity to downtown Montreal.
From Jenson Button’s epic 2011 win in a near five-hour race, to Robert Kubica’s spectacular crash in 2007, only for him to return and win the very next year, the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal never falls short on drama.
The Wall of Champions, a notoriously treacherous section of the Gilles Villeneuve circuit, awaits attendees of the Canadian Grand Prix.
The 1999 race famously saw World Champions’ Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher and Jacques Villeneuve all crash into the wall. And in 2011, the Wall of Champions was the source of no less than four crashes in a single opening practice session. It has since been updated for safety reasons but continues to cause havoc, especially among the faster drivers.
Every year, hundreds of Formula 1 fans are disappointed when the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit sells out. Don’t be among them.