Day "Open House" at the Grand Prix of Canada: A pure pleasure for the general public
The day "Open House" Grand Prix du Canada: a pure pleasure for the eyes, ears and the lens of your camera
Make your plans now for Thursday, June 9, between 9am and noon
Octane Racing Group is pleased to announce today the return Thursday, June 9, from 9 ha noon, the popular day "Open House" Grand Prix of Canada at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. The Montreal fans and visitors already present in the metropole can visit the site by public transport (metro station Jean-Drapeau) and shall be permitted to wander freely in the pit lane, facing the garages of teams championship world. Faithful to the tradition, the stables Formula 1 open wide the doors of garages, offering visitors the show teammates Affairs prepare the cars of Vettel, Hamilton, Alonso, Rosberg and other "gods of the race."
Last year, when returning from our day "Open House" at the Grand Prix of Canada, the stables Formula 1 pilots and their crew have been very cooperative. It was the first contact with our audience after an absence of twenty-four months. Following the events, including the success of our Gala "Grand Soir" and towering crowds at the three-day Grand Prix greatly pleased them. I believe they still make very generous in 2011, says Francois Dumontier, president of the Canadian Grand Prix and Octane Racing Group, promoter of the event.
On the eve of the first trials Montrealers everyone circuit weapons of their cameras, obviously can immortalize their a few meters of the most spectacular racing cars in the world. Staff teams in Formula 1 is generally proud to answer visitors' questions. Several stables benefit from this Thursday morning to offer the show are repetitions of pit stops, which are very fast since henceforth no longer performs refueling.
Support races and a trophy that belonged to Gilles Villeneuve
In addition to visiting the pit lane garages facing the stables of Formula 1, the public can also see cars racing support program included - Ferrari Challenge, Porsche GT3 Cup, Formula 1600 and the Historic Grand Prix cars . These last are genuine F1 having raced in the world championship in Montreal and in particular during the years 70 and 80. Officials and pilots of these different championships will also be present to answer questions from visitors. To support the Musee Gilles Villeneuve, can be a few dollars, to be photographed with one of the trophies won by the late runner quebecois.
Public transport and access to your site
The public desiring to provide a holiday morning to be the day "Open House" will use the service to Montreal metro and go to the station Jean-Drapeau, Ile Sainte-Helene. It must then cross the bridge of the Cosmos. Upon arrival on the island Notre-Dame, and visitors will be required to carry on board the shuttle that will take them to the western portion of the Gilles Villeneuve circuit and the pit lane. After their visit, they will later than noon, return to their starting point by the same shuttle. This year again, no ticket is required to participate in the event.
The ideal time to get a copy of the official program
A visit to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve during the day "Open House" is also a good opportunity to get a sneak premiere a copy of the official program of the Canadian Grand Prix 2011. Priced at $ 10, it is the memory ideal for any fan of F1. It includes a full presentation of all stables World Championship and their drivers, a superb visual guide and many widely famous stories. Clothes and other memorabilia signed by the Canadian Grand Prix will also be available during the day "Open House".
The public eager to get grandstand tickets and general admission can contact the service ticket at 514 350-0000, every day of the week between 9 and 20 hours. It can also visit at any time www.circuitgillesvilleneuve.ca to place an order online. Recall that corporate packages are also available to businesses, large and small, and other groups eager to be the Grand Prix of Canada 2011. To make a reservation or get more information, one must contact Julie Rioux-Paquette at 514 350-4731.
Canadian company established in Montreal, Octane Racing Group Inc.. is the promoter of the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA, under an agreement with Formula One Administration Limited and Formula 1 World Championship Limited (together the holder of commercialization rights to F1).
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