More tickets for the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix

Following this week’s announcement that an additional section has been opened in Grandstand 12; the F1 Grand Prix du Canada announced Thursday that 400 new trios have just been put on sale.

More tickets for the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix
Will Stevens, Manor F1 Team
Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing RB11
Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari SF15-T
Daniil Kvyat, Red Bull Racing RB11

The trios offer the opportunity to their bearer to witness Formula 1 action in three different grandstands over the three days of the event.

The ‘’Hairpin’’ trio offers to spend the Friday in Grandstand 1 facing the pits, the Saturday in Grandstand 12 located in the Senna corner and finally, the Sunday in Grandstand 15 located in the Hairpin. These trios are offered for $415.

The ‘’Popular’’ trio priced at $260 provide for Friday a seat in the Popular Grandstand at the Hairpin exit, another one for Saturday in Grandstand 33 at the Canada Pavilion Grandstand and a seat for Sunday in Grandstand 31 at the Island hairpin. For Saturday and Sunday, the seats bear section, row and seat numbers.

These trios and other tickets for the 2016 F1 Grand Prix du Canada can be ordered at 514 350-0000 or 1-855-790-1245, every weekday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., or online at www.circuitgillesvilleneuve.ca or www.admission.com.

Also, as of Monday, June 6, 2016, tickets will be available at the ticket office located next to the Jean-Drapeau station subway station building on Island Sainte-Hélène.

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