Canadian Grand Prix Tickets
Venue: Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, Canada
First Year in Formula One: 1967
Series: Formula One
Notable Drivers: Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc
Notable Rivalries: Mercedes-Ferrari, Mercedes-Red Bull
Canadian Grand Prix TicketsThe year 1967 marks the first time that the Canadian Grand Prix was an official Formula One event. Though it's known today as a quintessentially Montreal event, the Grand Prix was originally held in Ontario at Mosport Park. In fact, during the early years of the Grand Prix, the event alternated between mostly-Anglo Ontario and officially-Francophone Quebec. Today, it's firmly established in Montreal. Gilles Villeneuve is the only Canadian to have won the Canadian Grand Prix. After his death in 1982, the venue for the race was named after him. Today, the Canadian Grand Prix hosts the best racing talent in the world. Lewis Hamilton has won the event seven times. To see this exciting race live, purchase your Canadian Grand Prix tickets at StubHub.
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Who are some notable drivers who compete in the Canadian Grand Prix?The Canadian Grand Prix is one of the longest-running and most-famous events in all of Formula One racing. Famous winners of the event include Michael Schumacher and in more recent years Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton currently holds the record for the most Canadian Grand Prix championships by any one driver, with seven.
What are some of the best rivalries at the Canadian Grand Prix?One of the most interesting rivalries at the Canadian Grand Prix in recent years has been between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. This rivalry even affected the pair when they were both members of the Mercedes team from 2013 to 2016. In fact, Mercedes dominated Formula One to such a degree during that time that the intra-team rivalry was one of the most attention-drawing aspects of the sport.
What is Circuit Gilles Villeneuve like?Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has a personality all its own. This course is like a character that influences the outcome of the race just as much as the drivers. The Canadian Grand Prix is held on a street circuit, with cars driving around Ile Notre Dame on established roads. This course was first used for the race back in 1978. French-Canadian driver Gilles Villeneuve won the race the first time it was held there. Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is a challenging course and there are often crashes during the first lap. The course is also known for its Wall of Champions.
What is the schedule for the Canadian Grand Prix?The Canadian Grand Prix is held over three days annually every summer. In 2020, for example, the schedule will run from June 12th through June 14th. The first day is reserved for practice, qualifying is held on the second day and the race itself is held on day three.
What about tailgating at the Canadian Grand Prix?There isn't a lot of tailgating in the traditional sense at the Canadian Grand Prix. For one thing, the easiest way to get to the event is via public transport on Montreal's Metro. However, people are able to bring coolers with drinks to the event. There are plenty of great activities for ticket holders at the Grand Prix. Sponsored areas like the Heineken Terrace are a great place to relax. The Canadian Grand Prix is also a very family-friendly event. The Family Zone is full of bouncy castles and other attractions for children, and the Park & Cosmos Zone is a great place to connect with the sponsors of the event.
What events are similar to the Canadian Grand Prix?There are plenty of Formula One races similar to the Canadian Grand Prix all over the world. The Australia Grand Prix and Long Beach Grand Prix are also long-running and well-loved races.
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