Canadian Grand Prix
Montreal | 7th - 9th Jun 2024
The Canadian Grand Prix is truly an iconic destination in the Formula 1 calendar, considered one of the best for racing action. Held on the artificial island of Notre-Dame in the Saint Lawrence River, the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit is the perfect destination for a weekend of high-octane racing combined with breath-taking scenery.
About the Canadian Grand Prix Circuit
The Montreal racing first took place in 1967 when the event was included in the Formula 1 calendar. Mosport Park was given the prestige of hosting the races amidst all Canadian race tracks. The Canadian Grand Prix has also been held at Circuit Mont-Tremblant on two occasions before the Gilles Villeneuve circuit was chosen as the destination in 1978. The track has been used since then and was named in honour of Gilles Villeneuve.
The fast, low-downforce circuit is one of the drivers’ favourites. The track is quite stop-start, with lots of heavy-braking chicanes. Out of the corners, the track is quick and flowing, while the most iconic piece of the circuit comes right at the end of the lap: the Wall of Champions, so-called after excursions into it from Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve and Michael Schumacher during the 1999 Canadian Grand Prix weekend.
Hospitality at the Canadian Grand Prix
The charming city of Montreal turns into an F1-loving party town in the week leading up to the race. Experience the buzz of the Grand Prix in this stunning venue through an exclusive VIP hospitality package, and make the most of spectacular viewing, delicious food and drink, and quality entertainment.
Contact DTB for more information about the Canadian Grand Prix Hospitality.