IMPORTANT INFORMATION - COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS
Due to the continuous evolution of the pandemic, here are the conditions to attend the Grand Prix weekend. All attendees must present the following:
All spectators old enough to be vaccinated (12+) on the date of the event will require proof of full vaccination along with a photo ID.
Proof of vaccination includes:
-on paper (printed ahead of time) featuring the QR code confirming double vaccination
-in a PDF file where it is possible to confirm the QR code
-using the VaxiCode application
Note: No negative test result for COVID-19 is required but if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, please do not attend the event.
Mask: mandatory in closed and semi-closed areas and when the distance of 2 meters cannot be respected (including in the grandstands).
Please note that the above is subject to change according to the evolution of the recommendations of the Canadian government.
The Canadian Grand Prix became part of the Formula 1 calendar in 1967 and it used to alternate the venues between Ontario and Quebec. However, due to safety concerns, it was later permanently moved to Montreal at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. It was originally named Île Notre-Dame Circuit, after the island that it is located on, but the tragic death of homegrown F1 driver Gilles Villeneuve brought about a change in the name. Adding on to yet another change to the circuit is the last corner (Turn 13). It leads on to the final straight that brings drivers to the finish line and has taken out many top drivers over the years. Now known as the Wall of Champions, the wall was modified in 2017 as it was decided to be too dangerous for the new design of the F1 cars.
The circuit itself has many great areas that will give you outstanding views of the race. Grandstand 11: Senna Curve is one of these areas that you will not go wrong with as it is located at the part of the track that frequently sees incidents. Add on the suspense of a group of race cars rushing in on the opening lap and you will find yourself sitting on the edge of your seat. Look out for the Wall of Champions as the cars take on the final corner to go into the home stretch. Another fantastic option is Grandstand 1 where you are guaranteed views of the pre-race preparations, driver sightings, pitstops, the podium ceremony and more excitingly, post-race interviews with the winners.
With so many exciting seats available, we want to make sure that you choose the right one. Our multitude of options include hospitality tickets which come with exquisite cuisine and a fine selection of beverages and Gootickets Premium in which you are entitled to seats that are located in the top rows of the grandstands. This is definitely a coveted spot as it gives fabulous views of the circuit. Of course, there are also regular grandstand and general admission tickets.
To date, the Canadian Grand Prix is best known for its atmosphere with the vibrant party feeling being extended into the city on race weekend. That is why we also extend the good vibes throughout the year with great promotions during the special occasions such as Halloween, Christmas and Cyber Monday. Shopping online for tickets has never gotten more fun than this.