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- $199 for a three-day pass to Grand Prix du Canada 2014 (a $267.50 value)
- When: June 6–8
- Where: Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
- Seating: Grandstands 33
- Door time: One hour before each day's events begin
- Ticket values include all fees, including taxes and service charges.
- Click here to view the circuit map.
The official schedule for the weekend's events has yet to be released, but exhibition races will take place all day Friday and Saturday and early Sunday prior to the Formula 1 Grand Prix, which takes place Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m.
Grand Prix du Canada 2014
The seventh stop of the globe-trotting 2014 Formula 1 championship series, the Grand Prix du Canada showcases the top drivers around the world at the Circuit Gilles–Villeneuve. Last year, German wunderkind Sebastian Vettel continued to set the record books ablaze, winning his fourth-consecutive World Driver’s championship—becoming the youngest driver to accomplish that feat. In the 70-lap main event, which kicks off at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Vettel and a field of speed demons will take the track to execute breathtaking passes and attempt to stuff potatoes into each others' tailpipes.
Prior to Sunday’s main event, the track at Grand Prix du Canada rumbles under the spinning tires of Porsche GT3s, Ferraris, and other chrome steeds in a bumper-to-bumper schedule of exhibition races. On Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, the Masters Historic Grand Prix brings back former Formula-1 vehicles from the 1970s and 1980s to compete in a fast-paced race full of retro vehicles—an exhibition commemorating the 35th anniversary of the event. From their perch on the grandstands, spectators can watch drivers navigate the track’s curves from as close a range as possible without disguising themselves as dashboard bobbleheads.
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