2022 Canadian Grand Prix,
2022 Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada
"One of the best of the Year"
For many years the
Grand Prix of Canada in Montreal, was the only Formula
1 race in North America. The Canadian Grand Prix
is one of the favorites. The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is
a favorite for Canadians as they cheer
their local driver Jacques Villeneuve, son of the famous Ferrari driver.
The track is located on an
island in the St. Lawrence River adjacent to downtown Montreal
creating a festive atmosphere with the spectacle of Grand
Prix racing and the skyline of the City. We always have a fantastic
time in Montreal. View the race from Silver
Section Grandstands at the North Hairpin or if
you reserve by December 1 you can choose another seating area
if you prefer. Every seat here offers exceptional viewing of the
track and Giant Screen TV. Take the metro system right to the track
All hotels are convenient to the track.
Trip dates : June 16 or 17 to June 19, 2022
Arrival June 11 or 12 with departure on June
10. Arrival Thursday or Friday evening and Depart on Monday morning.
RACE TICKETS INCLUDED -Section
grandstand seats three days (Silver
Section seats available please inquire for details)
FREE UPGRADE TO GOLD tickets for reservations
before Dec. 15 2020
for three or four nights (see our
itinerary & pricing page) including taxes|
|3 day metro pass to the Circuit |
access to Paddock (support
Reserve early and receive free upgrade to
"GOLD" ticket category
Limited space available so hurry!
$2,295 (3 nts)
$2,795 (3 nts)
$2,795 (4 nts)
$3,495 (4 nts)
Hotel Le St. Martin
$2,495 (3 nts) $3,095 (3
Hotel Le St.
$2,995 (4 nts) $3,595 (4
person Special VIP option add $2995 to your hotel package includes the ONLY COVERED SEATING at
the Canadian Grand Prix. Special food and beverage catering adjacent to
your private grandstand overlooking the Pit Exit and the first corner
complex. Private parking and special access provide maximum convenience
One Paddock Club hospitality - add $4695
to the package price. Click
here for details.
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