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Your weekend at the
GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2012 STARTS HERE!

  Your weekend at the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2012 STARTS HERE!

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.

The Grand Prix du Canada ticket office is located at the exit of Métro Jean-Drapeau on Notre-Dame Island and it will be open from June 6 to 10 inclusively. You will be able to pick up your tickets at the ticket office, you will need to show proper photo ID and the credit card that was used to purchase the tickets. Tickets for the Grand Prix du Canada will be on sale at the ticket office (methods of payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, debit, cash).

TICKET OFFICE SCHEDULE
Wednesday, June 6 2012 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 7 2012 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Friday, June 8 2012 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 9 2012 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 10 2012 6:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
 
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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At Senna corner In the western part of the circuit, a few hundred yards past the startline, drivers must negotiate one of the most spectacular and legendary series of corners in the entire world championship: intense braking at the end of the straight, a left-hand corner, followed immediately by a hairpin, out of which they accelerate up towards a chicane. It's often the scene of spectacular manoeuvres and incidents likely to change the course of the event. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

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At Senna corner In the western part of the circuit, a few hundred yards past the startline, drivers must negotiate one of the most spectacular and legendary series of corners in the entire world championship: intense braking at the end of the straight, a left-hand corner, followed immediately by a hairpin, out of which they accelerate up towards a chicane. It's often the scene of spectacular manoeuvres and incidents likely to change the course of the event. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

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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. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

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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. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

Service Charge, Postage and Handling Included
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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. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

Service Charge, Postage and Handling Included
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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. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

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At the bridge chicane In the northern part of the circuit, a short walk across the Cosmos bridge from the metro station, this sequence again requires hard braking (from 300 to 110 km/h) under the bridge to negotiate the first right-hand corner over the curbs and then to resume the racing line for the left-hander which follows immediately. No rest for the drivers. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times. There's also plenty of souvenir shops nearby as well as a footbridge to the interior of the circuit to occupy any breaks in the on-track action.

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At the Canada Pavilion Located in the northern part of the circuit, reached via the Concorde bridge, this left-right sequence requires the drivers to break hard for the first turn (from 260 to 90 km/h), and then after a straight of few dozen meters long, they have to negotiate the second corner with precision so as not to get off-line or to close to the outside wall. Your grandstand seat offers you a magnificent view of downtown Montreal and the shaded Floralies gardens. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times. So you get both action and a pastoral environment.

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In the eastern part of the circuit, near the Cosmos bridge and metro station, the Hairpin offers great passing opportunities and is also notable for its piercing sounds as the 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 cars shift from 180 mph to 40 mph. Your seat in this grandstand is very close to the popular activities zone, requiring a short walk over footbridge to the interior of the circuit. A giant screen allows you to follow the action at all times.

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Please call 514-350-4731
 
 
Please call 514-350-4731
 


 
In order to observe all the action on the track, you have access to the following areas: between grandstands 15, 24 and 22 in the hairpin; behind grandstand 34, close to grandstand 33. Space is limited and the early birds are more susceptible to occupy the best observation posts. You can visit the exhibits in the center of the track as well as the support races paddocks.

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In order to observe all the action on the track, you have access to the following areas: between grandstands 15, 24 and 22 in the hairpin; behind grandstand 34, close to grandstand 33. Space is limited and the early birds are more susceptible to occupy the best observation posts. You can visit the exhibits in the center of the track as well as the support races paddocks.

Service Charge, Postage and Handling Included
Order


 
In order to observe all the action on the track, you have access to the following areas: between grandstands 15, 24 and 22 in the hairpin; behind grandstand 34, close to grandstand 33. Space is limited and the early birds are more susceptible to occupy the best observation posts. You can visit the exhibits in the center of the track as well as the support races paddocks.

Service Charge, Postage and Handling Included
Order


 
In order to observe all the action on the track, you have access to the following areas: between grandstands 15, 24 and 22 in the hairpin; behind grandstand 34, close to grandstand 33. Space is limited and the early birds are more susceptible to occupy the best observation posts. You can visit the exhibits in the center of the track as well as the support races paddocks.

Service Charge, Postage and Handling Included
Order