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Formula 1
07 — 09 June
Montreal
Montréal Int. Airport
Avg. Temp 24 C

Canada

Montreal, Canada
From $542
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Sebastian Vettel leads Lewis Hamilton out of turn 2 at the start of the 2019 Canadian F1 Grand Prix

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  • Racing at the iconic Circuit Gilles Villenueve
  • Discover metropolitan Montreal
  • Show your support in the Lance Stroll Grandstand
  • Circuit renowned for the infamous Wall of Champions
  • Ninety minute flight from New York City

BOOK CANADIAN F1 GRAND PRIX 2024 TICKETS

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!

Grandstand 46 is alongside the outside of the circuit on the main straight, with the Olympic rowing lake directly behind it. The view from this grandstand is of the cars rapidly approaching and passing you on this straight. This is the first DRS zone of the track, so you can expect to see the start of some overtaking moves here, or a fight back from a pass in Turn 10.

Visible action zones: Turns 10, 11, 12

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 46

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$660
0

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.

Visible action zones: Turn 10, 11

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 15

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,100
0

Grandstand 11 is on the exit of Turn 2 also known as the Senna Curve. 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.

Visible action zones: Turn 2/pit lane exit

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 11

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,430
0

The view from Grandstand 1 is from the inside of the circuit, looking at the start finish straight, and across there to the pit lane and podium. From here you can see the cars approach from the final chicane, up the start finish straight and into turn 1. This is the final DRS zone on the track, so you can expect to see some attempts at lapping and overtaking here. Also, at the start of the race (and each support race), you can see the formation of the grid and pre-race ceremonies.

Visible action zones: Starting line, pit lane/pit entry/pit exit

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 1

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,210
0

Grandstand 24 is placed on the exit 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. Typically, you'll see the result of any overtaking move in turn 10, as the wide exit of the turn allows for the cars to take different lines through the corner and exit at speed from multiple angles. This is also the Lance Stroll fan grandstand.

Visible action zones: Turn 10

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 24

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,045
0

The final grandstands at the back of the circuit, Grandstand 31 offers a view of the cars approaching from the back straight, passing under the bridge and then through the right/left chicane (turns 8 and 9) before approaching the turn 10 hairpin. This is sometimes the view of a cheeky overtaking attempt, and drivers are wary of the wall right next to the circuit on the exit of the chicane as contact there is typically race ending.

Visible action zones: Turns 8, 9, 10

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 31

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$770
0

Grandstand 34 is the final grandstand in the hairpin section of turn 10. A popular grandstand that sells out quick, it's on the inside of the circuit in Turn 10, offering a view of the whole corner but from further back than the other grandstands. The grandstand is closer to the exit of the corner, so a good place to view the end of any overtaking moves, and cars exiting the corner on to the longest and fastest straight at the circuit.

Visible action zones: Turn 10

Seat type: Allocated seat

Access: Access to the circuit and an allocated seat in Grandstand 34

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$715
0

A general admission ticket will give you access to all the General Admission areas around the circuit. You can roam around Grandstands 15, 22, 24, 33 and 34. Customers are welcome to bring foldable chairs and picnic blankets.

Visible action zones: Views vary

Seat type: Customers are welcome to bring a folding seat or a blanket to sit on grassy areas of the track 

Access: A Ticket gives access to all general admission areas

Entry: Gates usually open at 8am Friday and 7.30am on the weekend 

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$228
0

Enjoy the race weekend from the amazing Champions Club Blanc Terrace, some of the amenities are:


  • Covered venue with trackside views of Turns 13 & 14 + Views of the Main Straight
  • Premium two-level Champions Club Blanc with table seating on Level 1 and lounge-style seating on Level 2
  • All-day hospitality featuring: Delicious canapes, light bites and specially curated lunch dishes
  • Open bar serving sparkling wine, beer, wine and soft drinks
  • TV screens with live track feed, exclusive F1 activities & more
  • Appearances from key F1 personnel (Guests may include a current or legendary driver, F1 team executive, F1 media personality or the FIA's F1 safety car driver)
  • Saturday: Grid Walk + Championship Trophy Photo
  • 1-Day (Day TBD): Guided Paddock Tour

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$5,144
0

You will find space, decor, luxury, quality dining, services, ambiance and an exceptional location from which to witness the on-track action. Located on the outside of the track between the start/finish line and the Senna Curve, the Elite Restaurant allows you to watch the drivers exiting the pits and entering the track or attacking an opponent for a spectacular overtaking.

Benefits include:

  • Sheltered location protected from the elements
  • River shuttle service from the Montreal Casino
  • Television monitors broadcasting live on-track action
  • Terrace
  • 1 assigned seating in the dining room
  • Assigned seating in the grandstand section facing the track
  • 1 parking space per day per party of 2
  • 1 pass per day (possibility of 3 individuals over 3 days)
  • 1 copy of the official program
  • Meals and beverages (including a selection of beer and wine at will) for 3 days

Prices are per person.

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$3,898
0

Located in the center of the Podium Suites complex on the inside of the circuit close to the start/finish line and the podium where official ceremonies are held, this package allows you to watch the drivers exiting the pits and entering the track.


From your table on one of the two tiers, you will see the drivers preparing a spectacular overtaking.


Benefits include:

  • Access to the Podium Club – Located across from the Winners Podium (Start/Finish Straight)
  • Unlimited Food and Beverage (including a selection of premium beers and wines)
  • River shuttle service from the Montreal Casino
  • Reserved table seating inside the suite with live TV feed
  • Official programs for each guest
  • Private Tables of 6 or individual passes available

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$2,714
0

In the Privilege 12 hospitality package, both a reserved seat in Grandstand 12 in the Senna Corner and access to a protected area to relax in is included.


From your grandstand you can relish a view of the most spectacular curves on the circuit, which represent a great challenge for the drivers; you will most likely witness some spectacular moves from this vantage point. Moreover, you will enjoy access to a covered tent nearby throughout the day, where you can relax and enjoy delicious food and beverages between the race activities.


The following services are included:

  • One (1) Reserved Seat in Grandstand 12 (Turn 1)
  • One (1) Reserved Seat in the Privilege 12 Hospitality Club (Sheltered from the elements with live TV feed)
  • Daily morning coffee service, continental breakfast, BBQ lunch, soft drinks and water
  • One (1) alcoholic beverage per day + Cash bar
  • Official program for each guest

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,638
0

This strategic position guarantees you top entertainment. The Senna suite is located inside the circuit, near the first turn after the starting line - the infamous Senna turn - and lets you see the sudden deceleration of drivers up close, as they drop from 275 to 115 km/h in just a few seconds.


Nowhere else on the circuit can you get this close to the action. With your table seating mere meters from the track at the entry of the first corner, it's a site for spectacular overtaking.


Benefits include:

  • Table seating in the two-level dining area
  • Access to the Senna Club – Located next to the world famous “Senna Turn” (Turn 1)
  • Unlimited Food and Beverage (including a selection of premium beers and wines)
  • River shuttle service from the Montreal Casino
  • Reserved table seating inside the suite with live TV feed
  • Official Souvenir Program for each guest
  • Private Tables of 6 or individual passes available


Prices are per person.

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$5,204
0

Located trackside near Grandstand 21, this VIP terrace offers a spectacular view of the Hairpin in an elegant ambiance. You will be enchanted by its wine and cocktail selection and distinctive menu served directly to your table. A chic urban oasis overlooking Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve.


What's included:

  • Exclusive access to a track-side terrace
  • Exclusive menus ($)
  • Bars and exclusive cocktails ($)
  • 3-day General Admission pass

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,226
0

Located at the foot of Grandstand 12, the terrace offers spectacular views of the famous Senna Curve. It offers bars, exclusive menus and a VIP section where table service is offered in a festive lounge environment.

What's included:

  • 3-day General Admission access
  • Track-side and giant screen views
  • Exclusive bars and catering ($)

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,226
0

The package contains:


  • One (1) Reserved Seat in the Family Grandstand
  • One (1) Reserved Seat in the Toundra Hospitality Club (Sheltered from the elements with live TV feed)
  • One (1) alcoholic beverage per day + Cash bar
  • Catered food available for purchase
  • Official program for each guest

Ticket Options

Adult
Adult$1,053
0

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.