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Tickets for Montreal 2024

TicketWorld Online offers you the unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the thrilling atmosphere of Formula 1 at the iconic Gilles Villeneuve Circuit in Canada. Experience the speed and skill of the world’s best drivers as they tackle its fast straights and technical curves. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve guarantees a racing spectacle full of excitement and adrenaline.

Located on the picturesque Notre-Dame Island in Montreal, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is an automotive gem that has made an indelible mark on the world of Formula 1. Since its addition to the calendar in 1978, this circuit has captivated racing enthusiasts with its unique blend of speed and technical challenges.

It’s an exceptional opportunity to combine your passion for motorsport with the exploration of an incredible location. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this unforgettable event that blends sport, culture, and stunning landscapes.

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CANADÁ GP 2024 – Circuito Gilles Villeneuve


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Paddock Club

  • Race viewing over the team garages located on the main straight
  • Exciting pitlane Aramco F1 walk
  • Highlighted appearances by F1 drivers and ambassadors
  • Worldwide and local cuisine with live culinary performances by renowned chefs
  • Premium drink bar with a wide variety, from spirits and champagne to beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • Guided tour on a driver’s parade truck for a guided lap around the track
  • Racing simulators, live music, and local cultural experiences
  • Large screens broadcasting live from the track

Frequent questions

The Canadian Grand Prix is held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, located on Notre-Dame Island in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This circuit is renowned for its fast straights, technical curves, and scenic location along the St. Lawrence River. The circuit combines the excitement of racing with the scenic charm of its surroundings. Additionally, Montreal, a city rich in history and culture, offers visitors the opportunity to explore its diverse neighborhoods, enjoy delicious local cuisine, and immerse themselves in Canadian hospitality.

  1. Grandstands 1 y 16: strategically located along the main straight of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Grandstands 1 and 16 offer spectators a privileged position to live the excitement and intensity of the race start. From these seats, fans enjoy a panoramic view of the beginning, allowing them to closely appreciate how the cars accelerate forcefully towards the first turn.
  2. Platine Grandstand: located between the first and second turns of the circuit, this grandstand allows spectators to witness the race start and observe skilled drivers tackling the first turn. The excitement heightens as the cars continue their journey toward the second turn, providing fans with a complete and unforgettable experience during the Canadian Grand Prix.
  3. Grandstands 11 y 12: these grandstands provide spectators with a unique perspective of the tight curve known as ‘Virage Senna.’ From these locations, fans can experience the thrill of watching the cars face this technical challenge, navigating the tight turn before accelerating down the next straight at high speeds.
  4. Grandstands 32 y 33: provide fans with a privileged view of a series of two challenging turns. From these strategic locations, spectators have the opportunity to closely observe the exceptional skill of the drivers as they face these technical curves.
  5. Grandstand 31: offers a similar experience to the previous ones, allowing spectators to enjoy the view of another two strategic curves. In this section, the cars will reach high speeds down a straight before impressively slowing down to tackle these curves.
  6. Grandstands 34, 21, 15, and 24: provide fans with a privileged perspective of the most challenging section of the Circuit de Gilles Villeneuve. Strategically located in the last zone of curves on the track, these grandstands offer a close-up view of the tightest turn of the circuit, where the skill of the drivers is put to the ultimate test. To complement this unique experience, these grandstands have strategically placed screens that allow spectators to follow every moment and detail of the race in real-time.
  7. Grandstands 47 and 32: offer spectators a view of the longest straight at the Circuit de Gilles Villeneuve. After tackling the previous curves, this long straight allows the drivers to unleash the full power of their cars, reaching impressive speeds.

The length of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is approximately 4.361 kilometers.

The number of laps in the Canadian Grand Prix may vary depending on the FIA rules and the season’s schedule. Typically, 70 laps are completed at the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit during the race.

The Canadian Grand Prix had its inaugural edition in 1967 at the Mont-Tremblant Circuit in Quebec. Since then, the race has undergone changes in its locations, but since 1978, it has found its main home at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.

Over the years, the Canadian Grand Prix has witnessed thrilling competitions, historic moments, and memorable performances from legendary drivers. The circuit in Montreal, with its fast straights and challenging turns, has provided an exciting stage for fans and has contributed to the race’s reputation as one of the standout events in the Formula 1 calendar.

Yes, due to the roar of powerful engines and the high speed of the single-seaters at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, attendees are advised to wear hearing protection, such as earplugs. This ensures a safe and comfortable experience, allowing fans to fully enjoy the event without jeopardizing their auditory health.