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5-7 June 2020 (TBC)

Canadian Grand Prix 2020

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Canadian Formula One Grand Prix Tickets 2020

If you’re looking for a taste of true Grand Prix atmosphere, the Canadian GP is the race for you.

Won by Lewis Hamilton in 2019, the Canadian Grand Prix takes place at the purpose-built Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and promises to offer the ultimate buzz and excitement of Formula One racing and a full weekend of festivities across the vibrant, cultural city of Montreal.

You can already order your 2020 Canadian F1 Grand Prix tickets with Grand Prix Events, an official, authorised UK agent and partner of Formula One™.

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Projected dates: 5th-7th June 2020 (TBC).

  • Free earplugs and lanyards with all shipped orders.

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Main Straight
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$ 468
$ 689
Senna Corner
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$ 362
$ 338
$ 338
$ 362
Epingle Hairpin
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$ 338
$ 338
$ 255
$ 224
Casino Straight
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$ 177
$ 157
$ 138
$ 98
$ 70
Family Grandstand
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$ 224
$ 0
$ 118
Grandstands - Child ticket up to 11 years
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$ 350
$ 240
$ 338
$ 187
$ 175
$ 134
$ 118
$ 85
$ 42
$ 55
$ 75
General Admission - Canada
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Montreal F1 Grand Prix Grandstands

  • Giant screens will be opposite all Grandstands except Grandstand 46
  • All Grandstands have numbered seating
  • Grandstand Platine is covered

Children aged 11 and under, if accompanied by an adult holding a General Admission ticket, will be given access to the site free of charge. A ticket is still needed, even if it is free of charge.
For Family Grandstand 33, children 15 and under are free, but need a ticket and need to be accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. Please contact the sales team to arrange sales@grandprixevents.com.

Grandstand Platine:

Grandstand Platine is covered and located between the Senna Corner and the Podium Club.

Grandstand Gold 1:

Grandstand Gold 1 directly overlooks the start line and the grid and is a great place to watch the pre-race grid preparations, the race start and the winner take the chequered flag. Spectators will also have a great overview of the pit lane, making this an excellent place to follow the evolution of pit strategies and to witness the skill of the pit crews.

Silver 11 Grandstand:

Silver 11 Grandstand overlooks the Senna corner, the first gear tight right-hander at the end of the main straight – one of the circuit`s key overtaking spots. This is a great place to watch the race unfold, as spectators will see the braking zone into Turn 1, before looking directly down on Senna corner.

Grandstand 12:

Grandstand 12 overlooks Senna corner, the first gear tight right-hander at the end of the main straight. Spectators will also see the end of the braking zone into Turn 1.

Silver 15 Grandstand:

Silver 15 Grandstand is on the outside of the circuit, facing the Epingle hairpin at the end of the 190 mph straight, where drivers undergo 6G as they slam on the brakes to take the right-hander at just 35 mph. Spectators will have a great view of the entry and the exit, as cars take a `V` racing line to maximize speed on the huge straight that follows. Hard braking, overtakes and full throttle acceleration makes this a fantastic spot.

Silver 21 Grandstand:

Silver 21 Grandstand overlooks the entry to the Epingle hairpin, at the end of the 190 mph straight where drivers undergo 6G as they slam on the brakes to take the right-hander at just 35 mph. Spectators will be able to clearly see the exit, as cars take a `V` racing line to maximise speed on the huge straight that follows. Hard braking, overtakes, and full throttle acceleration make this a fantastic spot.

Silver 24 Grandstand:

Silver 24 Grandstand overlooks the exit of the Epingle hairpin, at the end of the 190 mph straight where the drivers undergo 6G as they slam on the brakes to take the right-hander at just 35 mph. Spectators will overlook the exit, as cars take a `V` racing line to maximise speed on the huge straight that follows. Hard braking, overtakes, and full throttle acceleration make this a fantastic spot.

Bronze 31 Grandstand:

Bronze 31 Grandstand overlooks Turns 8 and 9 and is an excellent spot to watch the race unfold. Spectators can look down as cars accelerate hard around the left hand curve and pass on their way to the Epingle hairpin. This section promises views of heavy braking and hard acceleration.

Grandstand Bronze 33:

Grandstand Bronze 33 faces Turn 6, a steep left-hander.  Spectators will see the cars charging at 160 mph, weaving through Turn 6, before speeding down the back straight. This Grandstand also offers beautiful panoramic views of the waters around Île Notre-Dame, and of the Montreal skyline in the distance.

Bronze 34 Grandstand:

Bronze 34 Grandstand is on the narrow strip of the infield between the entry and the exit of the Epingle hairpin. This is at the end of the 190 mph straight, a great spot where drivers undergo 6G as they slam on the brakes to clear the right-hander at 35 mph. Spectators will have a great view of the entry and the exit, where cars take a `V` racing line to maximise speed on the huge straight. The hairpin offers great passing opportunities as the cars slow down at the entrance to the corner and then accelerate again as they exit onto Casino straight. Seats in this Grandstand are very close to the popular activities zone, which is just a short walk over the footbridge to the interior of the circuit.

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