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your weekend at the grand prix 2014 starts here.

Votre week-end au FORMULA 1  GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2012 débute ici
 
Choose between a 3-day reserved seat in one of our strategically located grandstand or a general admission access.
 
One child aged eleven (11) and under accompanied by an adult holding a General Admission ticket, will be admitted free of charge as a General Admission spectator. Child ticket is required. One (1) child per adult.

Note that the ticket prices now included service charges and taxes.





Facing the pits and starting grid In the western part of the circuit, the F1 teams' pit-stalls are a scene of intense and frenzied activity during practice, qualifying and the race as cars enter the pits area. From ultra-comfortable seats, you'll also see the formation of the starting grid, the pre-race ceremonies and the final preparations in the half-hour before the start of the Grand Prix. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.
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Facing the pits and starting grid In the western part of the circuit, the F1 teams' pit-stalls are a scene of intense and frenzied activity during practice, qualifying and the race as cars enter the pits area. From ultra-comfortable seats, you'll also see the formation of the starting grid, the pre-race ceremonies and the final preparations in the half-hour before the start of the Grand Prix. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.
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A few hundred meters past the start/finish line, lies one of the most famous series of tight turns in the World Championship: the rapid left-right-left which make up the esses in the ‘’Senna Corner’’. It is also here that cars leaving the pits rejoin the race. This is a highly coveted spot and those seated in these grandstands enjoy an unprecedented view of the braking, acceleration and especially the frequent passing attempts made at the end of the long straight in front of the pits. 
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A few hundred meters past the start/finish line, lies one of the most famous series of tight turns in the World Championship: the rapid left-right-left which make up the esses in the ‘’Senna Corner’’. It is also here that cars leaving the pits rejoin the race. This is a highly coveted spot and those seated in these grandstands enjoy an unprecedented view of the braking, acceleration and especially the frequent passing attempts made at the end of the long straight in front of the pits. 
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There is Monaco, but also Montreal which boasts one of the most demanding hairpin turns in the World Championship. Located at the extreme east end of the race track (near the Cosmos Bridge and the main gate) at the end of a straight, drivers rapidly reduce their speed in order to negotiate a tight right-left sequence and while under braking, attempt a spectacular pass before re-accelerating into the Casino straight. The less fortunate who miss their chance here, often drop back a few positions and can find themselves caught in the run-off. Grandstand seating is available around the Hairpin, outside grandstands (15-21-21A-22-24) and on the inside of the track (34). From your position in the outside grandstands, visit the support race paddocks which are only a short distance away. 
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There is Monaco, but also Montreal which boasts one of the most demanding hairpin turns in the World Championship. Located at the extreme east end of the race track (near the Cosmos Bridge and the main gate) at the end of a straight, drivers rapidly reduce their speed in order to negotiate a tight right-left sequence and while under braking, attempt a spectacular pass before re-accelerating into the Casino straight. The less fortunate who miss their chance here, often drop back a few positions and can find themselves caught in the run-off. Grandstand seating is available around the Hairpin, outside grandstands (15-21-21A-22-24) and on the inside of the track (34). From your position in the outside grandstands, visit the support race paddocks which are only a short distance away. 
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There is Monaco, but also Montreal which boasts one of the most demanding hairpin turns in the World Championship. Located at the extreme east end of the race track (near the Cosmos Bridge and the main gate) at the end of a straight, drivers rapidly reduce their speed in order to negotiate a tight right-left sequence and while under braking, attempt a spectacular pass before re-accelerating into the Casino straight. The less fortunate who miss their chance here, often drop back a few positions and can find themselves caught in the run-off. Grandstand seating is available around the Hairpin, outside grandstands (15-21-21A-22-24) and on the inside of the track (34). From your position in the outside grandstands, visit the support race paddocks which are only a short distance away.
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At the north end of the island and heading east, drivers must navigate through two chicanes, the ‘’Canada Pavilion’’ (left-short straight-right) and the ‘’Pont des Îles’’ (right-short straight-left). In each spot, drivers brake and negotiate the two turns before your very eyes and then re-accelerate. This is also an interesting passing zone. Occasionally, bolder drivers will miss their braking point at the ‘’Pont des Îles’’ short-cutting the chicane at their risk and peril.
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At the north end of the island and heading east, drivers must navigate through two chicanes, the ‘’Canada Pavilion’’ (left-short straight-right) and the ‘’Pont des Îles’’ (right-short straight-left). In each spot, drivers brake and negotiate the two turns before your very eyes and then re-accelerate. This is also an interesting passing zone. Occasionally, bolder drivers will miss their braking point at the ‘’Pont des Îles’’ short-cutting the chicane at their risk and peril. 
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There is Monaco, but also Montreal which boasts one of the most demanding hairpin turns in the World Championship. Located at the extreme east end of the race track (near the Cosmos Bridge and the main gate) at the end of a straight, drivers rapidly reduce their speed in order to negotiate a tight right-left sequence and while under braking, attempt a spectacular pass before re-accelerating into the Casino straight. The less fortunate who miss their chance here, often drop back a few positions and can find themselves caught in the run-off. Grandstand seating is available around the Hairpin, outside grandstands (15-21-21A-22-24) and on the inside of the track (34). From your position in the outside grandstands, visit the support race paddocks which are only a short distance away.
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this trio allows fans to sit at the finish line (Grandstand 1) on Saturday 7 June for the always-exciting qualifying session for the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA. This is a unique opportunity to closely observe the intense activity in pit lane during the three qualifying sessions that will determine the starting grid for the following day’s race. This package deal also includes a ticket in Grandstand 12, at the Senna curve, on Friday. Finally, on Sunday, ticketholders will be able to see the Formula 1 drivers going around the Hairpin from their reserved seat in Grandstand 24.
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this trio offers tickets at both ends of the track. Fans will have a reserved seat at the Hairpin on Friday (Grandstand 24) and Sunday (Grandstand 15), the day of the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA. For qualifying on Saturday, fans will be able to watch all the action from the popular Grandstand 12 at the Senna curve.
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At the Hairpin In the eastern part of the circuit, a short walk from the Cosmos bridge and metro station, the Hairpin offers great passing opportunities and is also notable for its piercing sounds as the F1 cars slow down at the entrance to the corner and then accelerate again as they exit onto Casino straight. A true mechanical symphony as the speeds go from 290 to 60 km/h. Your seat in this grandstand is also just a short distance from a visit to the support race paddock.
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At the Hairpin In the eastern part of the circuit, a short walk from the Cosmos bridge and metro station, the Hairpin offers great passing opportunities and is also notable for its piercing sounds as the F1 cars slow down at the entrance to the corner and then accelerate again as they exit onto Casino straight. A true mechanical symphony as the speeds go from 290 to 60 km/h. Your seat in this grandstand is also just a short distance from a visit to the support race paddock.
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At the Hairpin In the eastern part of the circuit, a short walk from the Cosmos bridge and metro station, the Hairpin offers great passing opportunities and is also notable for its piercing sounds as the F1 cars slow down at the entrance to the corner and then accelerate again as they exit onto Casino straight. A true mechanical symphony as the speeds go from 290 to 60 km/h. Your seat in this grandstand is also just a short distance from a visit to the support race paddock.
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At the Hairpin In the eastern part of the circuit, a short walk from the Cosmos bridge and metro station, the Hairpin offers great passing opportunities and is also notable for its piercing sounds as the F1 cars slow down at the entrance to the corner and then accelerate again as they exit onto Casino straight. A true mechanical symphony as the speeds go from 290 to 60 km/h. Your seat in this grandstand is also just a short distance from a visit to the support race paddock.
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For the early bird wishing to find an interesting view of the track along the fence line, general admission is a cost-effective option. While space is limited, it is possible to find a good spot especially near the ‘’Hairpin’’ on both the inside and outside of the race track and near the main gate. In this area you’ll also be close to the support race paddocks and the Grand Prix exhibition zone situated at the centre of the track just east of the Casino. Three-day general admission tickets are available as are single day tickets.
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For the early bird wishing to find an interesting view of the track along the fence line, general admission is a cost-effective option. While space is limited, it is possible to find a good spot especially near the ‘’Hairpin’’ on both the inside and outside of the race track and near the main gate. In this area you’ll also be close to the support race paddocks and the Grand Prix exhibition zone situated at the centre of the track just east of the Casino. Three-day general admission tickets are available as are single day tickets.
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For the early bird wishing to find an interesting view of the track along the fence line, general admission is a cost-effective option. While space is limited, it is possible to find a good spot especially near the ‘’Hairpin’’ on both the inside and outside of the race track and near the main gate. In this area you’ll also be close to the support race paddocks and the Grand Prix exhibition zone situated at the centre of the track just east of the Casino. Three-day general admission tickets are available as are single day tickets.
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For the early bird wishing to find an interesting view of the track along the fence line, general admission is a cost-effective option. While space is limited, it is possible to find a good spot especially near the ‘’Hairpin’’ on both the inside and outside of the race track and near the main gate. In this area you’ll also be close to the support race paddocks and the Grand Prix exhibition zone situated at the centre of the track just east of the Casino. Three-day general admission tickets are available as are single day tickets.
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