Few places embrace their Grand Prix as enthusiastically as Montreal. The city grinds to a halt over the race weekend as fans from around the world descend on Quebec for a non-stop party.

Formula One fever - street parties, driver appearances and F1 exhibitions - is focused in one area of town: Rue Ste Catherine. Rue Ste Catherine is the focal point at which race fans can meet. But there is plenty to see and do elsewhere because Montreal seamlessly mixes the old with the new.

In 2017 Montreal hosted the Canadian Grand Prix for the 48th time at the Circuit Gilles Vileneuve.

The race was won by Lewis Hamilton, who led from start to finish having secured pole position in qualifying. Joining him on the podium were Valtteri Bottas who finished second, and Daniel Ricciardo who finished third. It was a race that was dominated by the Mercedes team, after a disastrous weekend in Monaco.

Canadian Grand Prix Hospitality

At Montreal we offer both Formula One Paddock Club™ & Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Paddock Club. Please see below for further information on both of these excellent hospitality packages.


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