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Canadian F1 Grand Prix (Montreal)

Venue: Gilles Villeneuve Circuit (capacity 100,000)

Location: Montreal, QC, Canada

Date: Jun 9

Canadian F1 Grand Prix (Montreal)

The Canadian F1 Grand Prix at the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit on Notre Dame Island in Montreal, Quebec is the 9th Grand Prix race on the 2024 Formula 1 calendar. The Canadian F1 Grand Prix occurs just as the F1 Grand Prix series shifts into the summer months, with temperatures heating up just as the pressure begins to build to win some races and bank some points in the overall race for the 2024 Formula 1 World Championship. Roughly circling Notre Dame Island, the course is characterized by its long Casino Straight as well as the fearsome L’Epingle du Casino hairpin turn at the eastern tip of the island. Unsurprisingly, Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing won the Canadian F1 Grand Prix in both 2022 and 2023 (just like he won almost everything else), but Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes is also a fan favorite in Montreal with his record-tying 7 career victories at the venue (most recently in 2019). Don’t miss your chance to be there to see who takes the checkered (or maple leaf?) flag at Canadian F1 Grand Prix in 2024!

How can I get cheap tickets to the Canadian F1 Grand Prix?

As the only Formula 1 Grand Prix race to be held in Canada in 2024, the Canadian F1 Grand Prix will be the year’s most eagerly anticipated motorsports event in the country. Being a short drive from the eastern United States, Montreal will also be a popular destination for American motorsports fans eager to pop across the border to join in the race weekend festivities and of course racing fans from all over the world will also make the journey to witness the joie de vivre on the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit. The atmosphere for race day should be electric, but high demand means that tickets will quickly sell out. For your best shot at the cheapest Canadian F1 Grand Prix tickets, trust TicketX! TicketX lists all tickets as soon as they hit the market and our handy seating chart is ideal for comparing prices and seat locations. Unlike other resale sites like StubHub, SeatGeek, and TicketMaster that vary fees by venue, ticket type, or ticket price, TicketX sticks with a fixed fee of 20%. Purchase your Canadian F1 Grand Prix tickets with just one click, all with the lowest commission fees around! 

How much do tickets to the Canadian F1 Grand Prix cost?

Tickets to the Canadian F1 Grand Prix starting from are available from TicketX. Prices are subject to change due to demand and other factors, so hit the gas and buy your tickets today

What is the start time of the Canadian F1 Grand Prix?

Start times for the Canadian F1 Grand Prix in Montreal are as follows: 

  • Practice Sessions - Friday June 7 at 1:30pm and Saturday June 8 at 12:30pm 

  • Formula 1 Qualifying - Saturday June 8 at 4pm

  • Formula 1 Race - Sunday June 9 from 2pm-4pm

All times listed here are EST. See the official Canadian F1 Grand Prix website for more details.

Which team and which driver will win the Canadian F1 Grand Prix in 2024?

It is hard to look past the two Red Bull Racing drivers, Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez, who finished one-two in 2023, dominating the racing schedule throughout the year. Verstappen alone won a record 19 out of 22 Grand Prixs in 2023, including the Canadian F1 Grand Prix! Legendary British driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, who finished third in 2023, will be looking to return to the glories of his past in 2024, and loves the Canadian F1 Grand Prix, having won it a record 7 times (tied with Michael Schumacher). Hamilton’s teammate and compatriot George Russell will also be hungry for success. Charles LeClerc and Carlos Sainz will be keen to take Ferrari back to the top of the podium where it always believes it belongs, while Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri will believe that McLaren will have something to say about the title in 2024. Book your F1 tickets with TicketX right away to see all these exciting teams and their drivers in action this year!

Canadian F1 Grand Prix History

The Canadian F1 Grand Prix has a long history in the sport, dating all the way back to 1961 and becoming an official stage in the Formula 1 World Championship from 1967 onward. It has been hosted at Gilles Villeneuve Circuit since 1978, with the circuit being named for one of Canada’s best known F1 drivers, Gilles Villeneuve, who died in a driving accident in 1982.

Is attending the Canadian F1 Grand Prix exciting? Is attending the Canadian F1 Grand Prix fun?

With its mixture of Anglophone and Francophone languages and cultures along with fascinating history, delicious food, and one of the most multicultural populations of any city on the planet, Montreal is one of the most interesting places to visit in North America. While attending the Canadian F1 Grand Prix can be just a single race day experience, we recommend taking in the whole race weekend if you can, checking out the qualifying rounds the day before the race to get a sense of the speed (and sound!). Spend your down time getting to know the historical sights, chic bars and restaurants (or poutine, if you dare), and pulsating nightlife of Montreal and socialize with other racing fans from across Canada, America, and the world. Large and small scale concerts are also held around Montreal throughout the week of the race, with big acts like Shania Twain occasionally making appearances. Do not miss out on your chance to attend the 2024 Canadian F1 Grand Prix. Get onto TicketX right away and book your Canadian F1 Grand Prix tickets today to be there in Montreal in June!

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