Canadian Grand Prix

Canadian Grand Prix 2018

Join Grand Prix Tours in Montreal for the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix. Certainly one of the most popular races on the F1 calendar the Canadian Grand Prix is a must attend for any race fan.

Few cities in the world embrace the teams and fans like Montreal. With an array of pre and post race activities there is no shortage of things to do over the race weekend.

Built in the middle of the St. Lawrence River on a man-made island the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is a picturesque setting and a great place to watch the world`s greats drivers go head to head.

Tickets, Hospitality Packages, Transfers & Accommodations

At Grand Prix Tours we pride ourselves on providing the very best motorsports experiences for enthusiasts and new fans alike. We only offer accommodations and tickets we know our clients are sure to enjoy. No low rows in the grandstands and no second rate hotels.

Also as part of our tour you will be invited to our Race Preview Party, usually hosted by James Allen, the Saturday evening before the race. This intimate party is complete with dinner, drinks and insider information you can find nowhere else.

Did we mention your metro pass for the weekend is included when you book with Grand Prix Tours. Simply choose your accommodations and your tickets or hospitality option and let us take care of the rest. Call or Click now with any questions and to book your trip to the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix.



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RACE TICKETS

Friday 1-Day
*F1 Paddock Club Fri [+]   $725.00
Saturday/Sunday 2-Day
*F1 Paddock Club [+]   $5,125.00
*Red Bull Racing [+]   $6,700.00
All Weekend 3-Day
*F1 Paddock Club [+]   $5,645.00
*Red Bull Racing [+]   $7,300.00
*Grandstand 1 [+]   $525.00
*Ferrari F1 Club [+]   $8,595.00
Grandstand 11 [+]   $385.00
*Grandstand 12 [+]   $385.00
*Grandstand 24 [+]   $385.00
*Grandstand 15 [+]   $385.00
*Elite Restaurant [+]   $2,695.00

* indicates ticket is on request
Tickets are not included with your hotel package and are offered separately as there is usually a choice. Additional options that are not listed here may be available. Please contact our office for details and for race ticket only sales. All prices are quoted in U.S. dollars.

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Ferrari F1 Club®

The Paddock Club™ is situated in a indoor suite topped by a roof garden with views over the entire complex. The luxuriously appointed Ferrari F1 Club® suite offers its guests a wide range of modern, sophisticated facilities.

The Ferrari F1 Club® experience includes the following:

  • A prime view of the race
  • Access to the Ferrari Formula 1® Club for the race weekend
  • Morning refreshments upon arrival
  • Gourmet dining and fine wines
  • An open bar
  • Exclusive Gift Bag
  • Driver appearances
  • A private visit to the Ferrari pits
  • Pit Lane walkabout each day at a set time

Ferrari personnel will, of course, be on hand to fulfill guests' requests at any time. If you would like to order tickets or if you need further information please email us at reservations@gptours.com or call us toll free: 800 400 1998.


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Red Bull Racing Paddock Club

Red Bull Racing Paddock Club Hospitality is available at most Grands Prix where guests can experience Red Bull Hospitality at its very best - in their own fabulous Team Suite.

Situated directly above the Teams' garages, it not only offers the highest standard in sports hospitality but also provides an exceptional viewing platform from one of the best vantage points on the circuits - overlooking the start/finish straight.

The Red Bull Racing Paddock Club experience includes the following:

  • A prime view of the race
  • Morning refreshments upon arrival
  • Gourmet dining and fine wines
  • An open bar
  • Exclusive Team Gift Bag
  • Daily driver appearances
  • Your opportunity to explore the pit lane
  • An exclusive tour inside the Team Garage
  • Access to the Support Race Paddock
  • Complimentary copy of the Official Program
  • Entertainment and in-house DJ
  • VIP Parking

We look forward to taking care of you and your guests in the exciting luxury of the Red Bull Racing Paddock Club. If you would like to order tickets or if you need further information please email us or call us toll free: 800 400 1998.


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Paddock Club

This season's must-have accessory is a Formula One Paddock Club™ ticket. Guests of the Formula One Paddock Club™ embark on a first class adventure into the world of F1. Each VIP will experience first-class race viewing facilities, pit lane walkabouts, the finest of food, open bar including champagne, and closed circuit and digital television.

Included in the price of a Formula One Paddock Club™ Ticket are:

  • Access to the circuit and the Formula One Paddock Club
  • Open bar with Champagne
  • Gourmet luncheon with fine wines
  • Pit lane walkabout(s) at specially allotted times
  • Access to Support Race Paddock
  • Official Programme and ear plugs
  • Entertainment
  • Entrance to the Club Suite, the hospitality area designed for individuals and small groups fully-equipped with TV screens, bar and lounge area.
  • Prime viewing facilities from the pit building
  • Reserved grandstand
  • Parking pass available upon request

We look forward to taking care of you and your guests in the exclusive luxury of the Formula One Paddock Club™. If you would like to order tickets or if you need further information please email us or call us toll free: 800 400 1998.


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RACE OVERVIEW

Canadian Grand Prix
The Canadian Grand Prix alternated between Mosport Park and Circuit Mont-Tremblant and moved to Montreal after both were considered unsafe. Ile Notre Dame was chosen and there was great interest in a new Canadian driver Gilles Villeneuve.

Gilles Villeneuve drove the number 27 Ferrari. He did not know the meaning of losing; he would keep going no matter what car problems he was having. Phil Hill once told me a story about waiting for Gilles with Enzo Ferrari at Fiorano. Gilles was flying his new helicopter to show it off to Enzo. They waited and waited, until Phil saw an exhausted man riding a bicycle. It turned out to be Gilles who had crash landed his helicopter in a field and borrowed the farmer`s old bike so as not to be too late. It was his way he always fought to the last.

Niki Lauda said of him: "He was the craziest devil I ever came across in Formula 1... The fact that, for all this, he was a sensitive and lovable character rather than an out-and-out hell-raiser made him such a unique human being". There was the time he banged wheels with Rene Arnoux over the final three laps of the 1979 French Grand Prix, the most exciting F1 action I`ve ever seen. Gilles was like the Black Knight in the Monty Python and the Holy Grail movie. Fighting King Arthur the Black Knight fights on after losing both arms and legs. This could have been Gilles.

At the San Marino Grand Prix he had agreed with his team mate not to pass in the early part of the race. However Didier Pironi didn`t keep his word and there was an intense argument after the race. The next race was at Zolder for the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix. Gilles was on pole only to lose the position to Pironi late in qualifying. Giles jumped in his car to win it back only to run into the back of Jochen Mass at 140 mph. He died and racing lost a wonderful person. Such was Gilles popularity and the fact that he won the very first Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, they named the track after him in `82.

The track in Montreal came about because they were getting ready for the Canadian World Expo and were building an underground rail system to connect the underground city to hotels and transport the Expo visitors. There was nowhere to put the ground they took out for the underground railway so they put it in the St Lawrence and built Ills Notre Dame for the future World Expo and later the race track.

Montreal`s popularity in June is easy to understand. The Province of Quebec is waking up from a long cold winter and the whole population comes out to celebrate in the spring like conditions. They are full of life particularly during the week of the Canadian Grand Prix. The whole city is alive until the early morning; some miss practice due to celebrating too much. Many streets are closed down for the revelers where concerts and auto displays abound.

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