The circuit have got a new ticket offer for 2013.
A First at the Formula One Grand Prix du Canada 2013:
Three Days, Three Grandstands, Three Different Views
Montreal, November 14, 2012 – The Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada announces today that it has put on sale for the first time in its history, special ticket packages that are offering the holder a reserved seat in a different grandstand for each of the three-day event. This brand new product was requested by a growing number of fans and is now offered in limited quantities, in three combinations; Gold, Silver and Bronze trio packages. These trio packages are respectively priced at $485, $449 and $267.50.
“A good number of fans have been telling us over the last few years that they would appreciate being able to occupy a different grandstand each day of the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada weekend. This is a formula increasingly popular elsewhere and we are happy to be able to offer to our fans these new exciting trio packages as of today, said François Dumontier, President and CEO of Octane Racing Group Inc. and President of the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada. For a number of fans, this new product of which we are proud will make the weekend spent in Circuit GillesVilleneuve’s grandstands even more exciting. We must add that if they are ordered now and in the upcoming weeks, our Gold, Silver or Bronze trio packages will make an original gift for the Holiday season.”
The Gold Trio Package
Offered at $485, the Gold trio package has for main characteristic to offer a reserved seating at the starting line (Grandstand #1) for the running of the 2013 edition of the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada, Sunday June 9. It is also a unique opportunity to experience the exciting moments preceding the start of the race, when the drivers are taking place in their cars. It also offers the opportunity to witness all the action in the pits during the race. A day before, for the Saturday qualifying session, the trio package holder has a reserved seat in the Hairpin (Grandstand #15) and previously for the Friday program, facing the Concorde Bridge chicane (Grandstand #31).
The Silver Trio Package
Offered at $449, the Silver trio package has for main characteristic to offer reserved seating at both ends of the circuit, in the Hairpin and in the Senna corner. Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8, the trio package holder will have two different views of the action in the Hairpin, having a seat respectively in Grandstand #15 and Grandstand #24. On Sunday, for the running of the Grand Prix du Canada 2013, the trio package holder will be entitled to take his reserved seat in the Senna corner (Grandstand #12).
The Bronze Trio Package
Offered at the very affordable price of $267.50, the Bronze trio package offers its holder seats in areas of the track known for being some of the best passing zones around the circuit. Friday June 7, the trio package holder will have a reserved seat in Grandstand #22, at the Hairpin exit. For the Saturday program, his seat is located in Grandstand #31 at the Concorde Bridge chicane. Finally on Sunday, the trio package holder will benefit from a great view in the middle of the Canada Pavilion’s chicane (Grandstand #33).
As it is a tradition at the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada, each grandstand ticket holder has the opportunity to watch at any moment the action around the track from a giant screen. The Gold, Silver and Bronze trio packages are also a new way for the amateur photographers to multiply their shooting angles and immortalize various views of the Formula 1 cars, as they appear in front of their seat.
The fans who wish to order a Gold, Silver or Bronze trio package and receive their tickets before the Holiday season must call the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada ticket office at 514 350-0000 or 1-855-790-1245, seven days a week, from 9 am to 8 pm They can also order safely at any moment through http://www.circuitgillesvilleneuve.ca or http://www.admission.com.
A Canadian Company established in Montreal, Octane Racing Group Inc. is the promoter of the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada by virtue of an agreement made with Formula One Administration Limited and Formula 1 World Championship Limited (together the holders of commercialization rights to F1).