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Montréal Formula 1 Grand Prix Survival Guide

[Updated on May 20, 2016] With hundreds of thousands of elite racing fans about to converge on Montréal’s fast-approaching Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada, many of them jockeying for the best possible position to have the best possible time, we thought we’d give you a bit of a head start. Consider this your Grand Prix Survival Guide. EVENT Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada, June 10-12, 2016 OFFICIAL HASH TAGS #CanadianGP and #GPCanada LOCATION Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve at Parc Jean-Drapeau with more events downtown CIRCUIT MAP: Shows locations of restaurants, wheelchair platforms, pedestrian walkways and giant TV screens, among many other useful locations. Click here. HOW TO GET THERE Since on-site parking is extremely limited, take the metro to Parc Jean-Drapeau station on the yellow line, a few minutes from downtown’s Berri-UQAM station – from there, take a bus or walk across the Concorde Bridge for grandstands 1, 2, 11, 12 and 31 or the Cosmos Bridge for grandstands 21, 15, 24, 33, 34 and the Popular Grandstand. Or bike along the Lachine Canal bike path from Old Montréal and across the Concorde Bridge. WHAT TO BRING Binoculars, camera, earplugs, portable radio to listen to Radio Grand Prix 99.1 FM… / Read More →

Montréal Revs Up: Your Grand Prix Weekend Good Times Guide

Summer in Montréal really kicks into high gear with the rubber-burnin’ arrival of the Canadian Grand Prix. From street parties, concerts, gastronomic events, art happenings and more to the actual Formula 1 race itself, the number of events and activities – as well as summertime excitement – rev up in tandem with the action on the track. The F1 fun is family-friendly at the annual three-day Crescent Street Grand Prix Festival, which runs all day from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., June 4-6. Crescent Street – a centrally located restaurant and nightclub hub very popular with visitors to the city – will be closed off for live bands and DJs, F1 driver autograph sessions and the Pit Stop Challenge (see how fast you can change a tire, pit-crew style) at this free, outdoor celebration of all things fast. Just a few short blocks east is what has come to be called the Peel Paddock, which closes off a block of downtown Peel Street, June 4-7. Peel, renowned for its chic restaurants, clubs and high-end shops, provides a picture-perfect setting for the displays of luxury cars, fashion shows, food kiosks, live performances and evening DJs that capture the Grand Prix atmosphere…. / Read More →

Formula 1Grand Prix du Canada 2013 roars into Montréal

F1 drivers in 2013 aren’t burning rubber so much as burning through rubber, and the super tight turns and sharp chicanes of Montreal’s Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve are virtually certain to add a chapter to the controversial tale of the tires at this year’s Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada…