Canadian Grand Prix Packages

TBD, 2019
Montréal, Canada
Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve

 

About the Legends Club Montréal

The Legends Club Montréal is located in the Podium Suite on the inner perimeter of the track just a few meters beyond the start-finish line, in the hard braking area before the left-right-left chain of the Senna turn. The club has a clear view of the podium where race winners from each scheduled event open their celebratory magnum of champagne.

This exclusive suite offers a unique setting for corporate leaders to develop and consolidate business relationships. Join us in the Legends Club Montréal for the most popular race on the Formula 1 calendar when the world descends on Montréal.

The Grand Prix of Canada brings the city of Montréal alive with people arriving from every part of the globe to live and breathe the F1 lifestyle. From the moment they arrive at the Casino de Montréal to meet the VIP boat shuttle, your guests will be thrilled by the electrifying atmosphere. The ultimate Formula 1 experience begins and ends with the Legends Club Montréal.

 

Grand Prix of Canada 2019

Celebrated as one of the most popular races for both spectators and Formula One teams alike.

 

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

In the 1960s the rivalry between French and English speaking Canada meant that the country's Grand Prix had two homes: Mosport Park one year and Mont-Tremblant the next. By 1970, however, Mont-Tremblant was deemed too dangerous and the race moved full time to Mosport Park.

In 1977 the French Canadians, motivated by the incredible success of Gilles Villeneuve, decided it was about time they built a race track. Building a new circuit simply wasn't feasible, however, as time and money were against them. Their solution was simple and effective. Taking the Ile Notre-Dame, they connected all the island's roads and made a circuit. The island had been the home of the 1967 World Fair (Expo'67) and was full of futuristic looking buildings. It was, everyone agreed, a perfect venue for a Grand Prix.

After $2m was spent on upgrading the circuit to Formula One standards, the first race was held there in October 1978. Gilles Villeneuve, in his first season with Ferrari, was yet to win a Formula One race, but at his home Grand Prix he took a memorable debut victory. Following his tragic death in 1982, the track was renamed in his honour.

His son, Jacques, never won at the track but some of the great drivers of the sport have taken the spoils here. Michael Schumacher holds the record of having won seven times in Canada. It is also the scene of Jean Alesi's single Grand Prix victory in 1995, driving the number 27 Ferrari, the same car number which carried Gilles Villeneuve into the hearts of the Canadian Formula One fans.

 

2019 Program Details

Preferred, reserved table seating in the trackside, covered Legends Club Montreal for Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday

 

VIP boat shuttle from Casino de Montréal to the Legends Club Montreal

 

Premium catering with gourmet breakfasts, lunches and hors d'oeuvres expertly prepared by the chefs from the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth hotel in Montreal

 

Open bar for all days of the Grand Prix Event

 

Upgraded closed-circuit plasma-screen televisions with an additional state-of-the-art sound system

 

Complimentary Grand Prix of Canada souvenir program for each Sunday guest

Grand Prix of Canada 2015 Legends Club Montréal Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve