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Shell House Montreal 2019

Promoted: Charles Leclerc opens Shell House Canada

Scuderia Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc officially opens Shell House at the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

Promoted: Charles Leclerc opens Shell House Canada

It’s the longest-running partnership in F1 history, and the relationship between Shell and Scuderia Ferrari is still going strong, as demonstrated through the innovative activations happening at Shell House this week ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix.

Open to the public from Friday, we were invited for a sneak peek into the rest of the week’s activities. From simulator racing to Batak, from race action inspired DJ sets with international sensation Oliver Heldens to mixology masterclasses, it’s all happening down at Shell House.

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari at Shell House

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari at Shell House

Photo by: Minas Panagiotakis / Getty Images

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari at Shell House

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari at Shell House

Photo by: Minas Panagiotakis / Getty Images

Julia Piquet with Charles Leclerc, Ferrari at Shell House

Julia Piquet with Charles Leclerc, Ferrari at Shell House

Photo by: Minas Panagiotakis / Getty Images

Opening day saw Charles Leclerc pull up outside the custom-built Shell House in a sleek Ferrari, ready to kick off the festivities. Taking on local influencers in various challenges, Charles also spent some time catching up with our very own Julia Piquet - stay tuned to hear his thoughts on tackling the Montreal circuit this weekend.

Focusing on all things fuel - and fun - the Shell House is a great place for F1 fans to learn more about the unique Innovation Partnership between Shell Motorsport and Scuderia Ferrari, and about the important role fuel plays in keeping Scuderia Ferrari in the top-flight of F1 teams.

Check out our video for more highlights from Day One. If you’re in Montreal, make sure you get yourself down to the Shell House this weekend.

 
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