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(June 8 – 10, 2019)

From groundhogs on the track to the infamous “Wall of Champions” to the start-finish line tribute to hometown racing legend, Gilles Villeneuve, the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal is one of the most anticipated stops on the F1 calendar. The old school circuit challenges drivers with a lap that requires plenty of hard breaking and tight cornering. The same might be said of Montreal (known as the “nightlife capital of Canada”) if you were to go barhopping along Saint Laurent Boulevard. A vibrant, multicultural and bilingual metropolis with a cozy, Old World warmth, Montreal offers unbeatable shopping, world-class festivals, countless nightclubs and every food imaginable. This Canadian celebration includes Deluxe Accommodations, private Welcome Reception & Dinner, a private Track Tour hosted by a F1 celebrity, exclusive Paddock Club privileges, a reserved table at the post-race F1 After Party, dedicated Transportation and Concierge services.

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