Canadian Grand Prix Tickets & Packages
On this page, we offer you an overview of our Canadian Grand Prix Tickets & Packages. The first product tile leads to our General Admission and Grandstands Tickets page for the 2023 Canadian GP. The other product tiles link to more exclusive F1 Experiences and VIP Packages for the Canadian Grand Prix. Both VIP trackside hospitality as official FORMULA 1 Paddock Club packages are possible. Curious? Why wouldn’t you. This Canadian Grand Prix Tickets & Packages page should be your start of a fantastic F1 weekend in Montreal.
Whatever tickets you choose, Race Experience offers you premium service and knowledge on the best remaining seats. We will also send you digitally the latest information about your Montreal F1 visit. Such as travel tips, smart ways to reach the circuit, rules & admission conditions and of course the weekend racing program! In this way, we make sure that you get the most out of your Canadian Grand Prix Tickets or Packages!
Canadian F1 Grand Prix 2023 Tickets
At the top of this page, you find a ‘F1 Canadian Grand Prix Tickets’-tile containing ticket offerings for the Canadian Grand Prix. Click on the ‘F1 Canadian Grand Prix Tickets’ tile at the top to proceed. On the next page, you will be able to view our current tickets offering for the Canadian Grand Prix. In addition, you can find out more about the different types of F1 tickets and grandstands at the Circuit Gilles Villenieuve. You will also find a detailed circuit guide providing aid in deciding which FORMULA 1 tickets and grandstands. Furthermore, we inform about the location of the TV screens, grand stands, general admission areas and track views. Any other useful tips for securing your official F1 Montreal tickets will be listed on here as well. Lastly, we add a detailed circuit map to this page.
Would you like to get even closer to the FORMULA 1 action? Try our official F1 Experiences ticket packages for the Canadian GP. These F1 ticket packages include unrivaled access to pit lane walks, behind the scenes tours and more unique track activities provided by F1 Experiences. And why not join the FORMULA 1 Paddock Club at the Canadian GP? We offer official packages for the Canadian Grand Prix, in close collaboration with the hosting parties.
Canadian Grand Prix Packages
Alongside our regular tickets, we offer official Canadian Grand Prix Packages hosted by F1 Experiences! And if you are in the market for something really special? Try out our Team Hospitality Packages for the Canadian Grand Prix. Then, you’ll spend your Canadian GP tucked away in your favorite F1 team’s garage or hospitality lounge. Follow live track action and team feeds throughout the weekend sessions. Buffet and drinks are included, as well as many, many other privileges during your visit to the Canadian GP!
Trackside VIP Hospitality may be available upon request for the exclusive lounges scattered around Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Packages for these lounges generally start off without catering, but can be tailored to taste. The Paddock Club is also an excellent environment to host business clients or to threat yourself to a mighty race experience. Fine wines, champagne bars and delicious foods await you in the Paddock Club or Team Hospitality lounges!
Race Experience will gladly assist with tailor made travel packages and fully arranged FORMULA 1 trips for your group. Please inquire using the form found on this page.
Canadian Grand Prix – A brief history of F1 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve sets the stage for the FORMULA 1 Canadian Grand Prix. The track is located on the artificial island of Ile Notre-Dame in the St. Lawrence River in Montreal, Quebec. The 4,361 meter long circuit was previously called the Ile Notre-Dame Circuit, but is renamed in memorial of public’s favorite Gilles Villeneuve (1982). The Canadian Grand Prix has been taking place on this circuit since 1978. The same Gilles Villeneuve is responsible for claiming the first victory on its F1 debut. It marks the first and last time that a Canadian claimed the Grand Prix of Canada. A second Canadian victory came close for son Jacques Villeneuve in 1996, but a second place that day proved his best career finish on this track.
Our recent memories of the Canadian GP involve a great duel that young Max Verstappen (18) fought in 2016 with later World Champion Nico Rosberg (Mercedes). We are in the latter stages of the race and Rosberg manages to close down the gap to Max. Max shows his defensive qualities lap after lap and eventually forces the German driver to make a crucial braking error. This move secured Max’s P4 finish!
Comeback in 2022
Unfortunately, the two editions of 2020 & 2021 had been canceled for obvious reasons. We welcomed the Canadian Grand Prix back again in 2022! Curious what happens during 2023’s race.