6 - 8 Jun 2014
Not just about the race, the Grand Prix Du Canada brings the city of Montreal to life.
Home of the Canadian Grand Prix since 1978, the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is situated on Montreal's Ile Notre Dame, a man-made island in the centre of St Lawrence River that was created using rock excavated for the Montreal Metro. The track is a semi-permanent racing circuit with the area around the pits reserved for racing alone while the rest of the track is open to road traffic throughout the summer, making the asphalt extremely smooth.
F1 enthusiasts from around the globe will arrive in Montreal ion the lead up to the race, eager to get the most out of the 72 hour event. Beginning on Friday 6th June with practice sessions, qualifying will take place on Saturday 7th June and the race itself on Sunday 8th.
Few places embrace the Grand Prix weekend as enthusiastically as Montreal. It is truly a sight to see. Contact your preferred charter broker for details about booking an event charter to this thrilling event.
...the Canadian F1 Grand Prix in Montreal is held at perhaps the prettiest F1 race track on the calendar.