Where is the Canadian Grand Prix located?

The Canadian Grand Prix's Circuit de Gilles-Villeneuve is located in the beautiful surroundings of Montreal, providing a superb setting to a weekend guaranteed to be packed with excitement.

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How long is the circuit?

The circuit is 4.36km

Are refreshments provide on the circuit?

Unlike many Grand Prix circuits, here you are able to bring in your own food and beverages, with the only restriction being on glass bottles/containers. However, there are also a wide range of food and beverage stands around the grandstands where you can purchase refreshments.
 

What is the language spoken in Montreal?

The official language in Montreal is French, however many people also able to speak English.

Which grandstand is best to sit in?

For detailed information on the seating options, check out our where to sit guide here.

Where should I stay?

The city of Montreal provides the ideal location for your stay during the Canadian Grand Prix, with a wide range of options to suit all budgets.

What is the climate like?

The Montreal climate in June is often sunny and warm, so spectators should arrive prepared with protective clothing and sunscreen, and ensure that they stay hydrated for the duration of the event. It is advisable to also pack a rain jacket, however, as the weather can sometimes be
unpredictable.

What is the local currency?

Canada’s national currency is Canadian Dollars.

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