The popular trios promotion will return of a third season at next June’s Grand Prix du Canada, the race promoter announced today.
The “trio” offers different seats in three different grandstands at three different spots around Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve for each of the three days of the F1 weekend. The 2015 Canadian Grand Prix goes June 7.
This time around there’s a new “econo” package that starts at $255. Two others, the “pole position” and Senna” start at $525 and $485 respectively. The tickets are limited and can be only purchased until Dec. 31, 2014.
We created this new way of having three different views of Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in 2013 with great success, and we kept it for 2014. Since then, thanks to the comments we’ve received from our customers, we have refined our offer and we are proud to have three new trios for 2015,” race promoter François Dumontier said in a release.
“With our new trios going on sale, our event now has a very wide range of products and prices to allow all race fans to experience our event up-close. There are now no fewer than twenty five (25) ways, and as many prices, to attend the 2015 F1 Grand Prix du Canada.”
Pole position: Senna corner for Friday practice, hairpin seats for qualifying, and start-finish line on race day. ($525)
Senna: hairpin seats for Friday practice, start-finish line for qualifying, and Senna corner on race day. ($485)
Econo: non-reserved seat in grandstand at exit of hairpin for Friday practice, turn 8 for qualifying, and Turn 6 on race day. ($255)
Fans can call the box office at 514‑350-0000 or 1-855-790-1245, seven days a week between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to buy tickets or do so online at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve website or Admission.com