Montreal Grand Prix 2025 Race Schedule & Info

NOTE: The 2025 edition of the Canadian Grand Prix will be held on June 15 2025. Tickets will be available shortly -- if you would like to be notified, please enter your email address in form
Friday June 13 2025: Formula 1 Practice sessions (1:30pm)
Saturday June 14 2025: Practice (12:30pm) and Formula 1 Qualifying sessions (4pm)
Sunday June 15 2025: Formula 1 Race (2pm-4pm)
For a more detailed schedule and general information please see below.

Race Schedule for 2025

The 2025 edition of the Canadian Grand Prix will be held on June 15, 2025. A more detailed schedule will be published below when details are finalized. If you would like to be notified when the tickets become available, please fill in the form above.

*This schedule is subject to change without notice.

FRIDAY JUNE 13th 2025

09:05 – 09:45Porsche Carrera Cup North America – First Practice Session
10:15 – 10:45Ferrari Challenge - First Practice Session
11:15 – 11:45Porsche Carrera Cup North America – 2nd Practice Session
12:00 - 13:00FIA - F1 Car Presentation
12:00 - 13:00Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk
12:00 - 13:00Paddock Club Track Tour
13:30 – 14:30Formula 1 – 1st Practice Session
15:00 - 15:30Ferrari Challenge – 2nd Practice Session
15:30 - 16:30Formula 1 – Teams' Press Conference
15:40 - 16:30Paddock Club Track Tour
15:40 - 16:30Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk
17:00 - 18:00Formula 1 – 2nd Practice Session
18:30 - 18:50Ferrari Challenge – 3rd Practice Session
19:15 - 20:45F1 Experiences Track Tour & Trophy Photo
20:00 - 20:45F1 Experiences Pit Lane Walk


08:15 - 08:45Ferrari Challenge – First Qualifying Session
09:15 - 9:45Porsche Carrera Cup North America - Qualifying Session
10:20 - 10:50Ferrari Challenge - Second Qualifying Session
11:10 - 11:40Formula 1 - Team Pit Stop Practice
11:10 - 11:55Paddock Club Track Tour
11:10 - 11:55Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk
12:30 - 13:30Formula 1 – 3rd Practice Session
14:00 - 14:35Ferrari Challenge - First Race (18 Laps or 30 Mins)
14:45 - 15:35Paddock Club Track Tour
14:45 - 15:35Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk
16:00 - 17:00Formula 1 – Qualifying Session
17:00 - 18:00Formula 1 - Press Conference
17:55 - 18:40Porsche Carrera Cup North America – First Race (40 Mins +1 Lap)
18:55 - 19:55F1 Experiences - Champions Club Grid Walk & Trophy Photo

SUNDAY JUNE 15th 2025

09:40 - 10:25Porsche Carrera Cup North America - Second Race (40 Mins +1 Lap)
10:55 - 11:30Ferrari Challenge - 2nd Race (18 Laps or 30 Minutes)
11:55 - 12:55Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk
11:55 - 12:55Paddock Club Track Tour
12:00 - 12:30Formula 1 - Drivers Parade
13:46 - 13:48Canadian National Anthem
14:00 - 16:00Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2025 (70 Laps or 120 Minutes)
*NB: This schedule is subject to change without notice.



Frequently Asked Questions


  1. When is the Montreal Canadian Grand Prix 2025?
  2. Where is the the Montreal Grand Prix race track located?
  3. How do I get to the race by subway?
  4. How do I get to the race by car?
  5. What other racing will take during the Grand Prix?
  6. How early should I get to the track?
  7. Are tickets reserved seating?
  8. Is there wheelchair access?
  9. Is there food available at the track?
  10. What can  I bring into the races?
  11. What items are forbidden at the event site?
  12. What is prohibited?
  13. Tips and tricks for getting the most out of race day
  14. How many laps is the Formula 1 race in Montreal?
  15. When was the first Grand Prix in in Montreal?



When is the Montreal Canadian Grand Prix 2025?

The 2025 Montreal Grand Prix will be held on June 15, 2025.


Where is the the Montreal Grand Prix race track located?

The official track address is:

222 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Parc Jean-Drapeau
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3C 6A1


This race track is only a short distance south of downtown Montreal, so you can easily stay in the heart of the culture of the city centre while still attending all of the races.


How do I get to the race by subway?

The Montreal Metro subway system is modern, safe, fast and convenient. The Gilles Villeneuve Circuit is located at the  Jean-Drapeau Metro Station on the Yellow Line. The track is on Ile Notre Dame and a five minute walk from the metro station. By subway it’s 15 mins from the city center.  Subway is the preferred method of transport for the Grand Prix as it will avoid the ridiculous amount of car traffic that will be present.

Upon exiting the subway there is a 167 bus that will take you from the Metro to the race track.


How do I get to the race by car?

Arriving by car is not suggested due to traffic and the lack of parking at the track (there is very limited parking Suite ticket holders). There is limited access to the man-made island of Ile Notre Dame where Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is located.  It is best to leave your car at the hotel so that you can use public transport to get to the race circuit.

If you insist on driving, take the “Parc Jean-Drapeau” exit of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge. Be mindful that Crescent Street, St-Paul Street, and Peel Street are both closed during race weekend. Give yourself time to get to the race and expect delays on Jacques Cartier Bridge.

You can take an Uber or  taxi, but traffic concerns should make this a last resort — traffic will be VERY heavy all weekend.

Once you’re on Ile Notre Dame, there are 3 access point to get to the track: The Gates at the Concorde Bridge, the gates at the Cosmos Bridge and the gates at the Montreal Casino.


What other racing will take during the Grand Prix?

For 2020, there are three other race series taking place over the weekend:

IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge by Yokohama:  Porsche 911 GT3 and the recently released Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport

Formula Tour 1600 Canada: open-wheel racing powered by similar Ford or Honda engines

Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli: production Ferraris driven by their owners


How early should I get to the track?

Why not get the most out of your race day and arrive as early as possible? The Ferrari Cup, Porsche Cup, and Touring Car races take place the morning of, so get there by 8 A.M. for a full-day of high-speed fun.


Are tickets reserved seating?

Seating in the grandstand is reserved, so you won’t have to worry about rushing in to get a decent spot, but that also means you’ll want to buy your tickets soon to get the best seats!

General Admission seating is first-come, first-serve. For the best chance at great seats, arrive as early as you can. Don’t forget to allow for time in traffic or normal metro travel time.


Is there wheelchair access?

Grandstand tickets give access to Grandstands 21a and 41a, which are built for limited-mobility viewers. These grandstands are also the closest to parking for easy access.


Is there food available at the track?

Grandstand ticket holders can get access to sit-down restaurants, but hot dogs and other basic fare is available to all guests. Pricing can be on the higher end, so it’s recommended that you bring your own food.

Unless you make reservations ahead of time, don’t expect local restaurants in downtown Montreal to have walk-in seating.


What Can I Bring Into The Races?

Gear up to make sure you don’t miss a thing. Tune your radio to Radio Grand Prix radio station — 99.1FM or 104.5FM — to hear the on-track broadcast.

For even more play-by-play, download the official F1 app to guarantee you don’t miss a moment and will be able to hear the track commentary.

Bring a pair of binoculars to get a close-up view of the teams at work if of course your seat is located in front of the pits. You are authorized to take pictures of the cars on track if they are for your personal use only.

You can bring in food for your own personal use only as long as it isn’t in a glass container. If you are attending General Admission you can bring folding chairs and you can bring promotional items in as long as they do not disturb or block the view of other spectators.

Coolers, backpacks, and travel bags are permitted if they are within the dimensions of 22.8 cm x 45.7 cm x 25.4 cm. Oversized containers will be confiscated and returned to the only upon exit. Though you’re limited to cooler size, you’re free to pack your cooler as much as possible. Keep in mind food and beverages at the track can be expensive.

Walkers, baby strollers and wheelchairs are allowed.

Animals are forbidden unless they are a legal guide or service dog.

We suggest sunscreen and/or caps to protect you from the sun.

Formula 1 cars are very loud and you should either get ear plugs before arriving, or buy ear muff headsets once you arrive at the race.


What items are forbidden at the event site?

  • Alcoholic beverage(s) purchased off-site
  • Glass items
  • Coolers and bags larger than 9in high x 18in long x 10in deep
  • Ladders/stepladders
  • Firearms, bladed weapons and any other dangerous object
  • Parasols and other structures which may block other spectators view
  • Generators
  • Drones
  • Barbecues
  • Animals (except guide and service dogs)

The organizers reserve the right to ban any object of material which they deem to be hazardous.


What is prohibited?

Taking off your shirt and going bare-chested is prohibited. You are not allowed to sit in the staircases and if you stand up to take photos you are asked to not stay standing very long so that you don’t block the view for others.


Tips and tricks for getting the most out of race day

Our main goal is to ensure you get the most out of your race day at the Montreal Grand Prix, so we have some additional tips and tricks to amplify your experience and maximize your comfort.

Though the main race is always jam packed, the practice and qualifying sessions are usually less popular. Consider getting tickets to them to enjoy the cars and the nearby vendors without a ton of people in your way.

The seating in the grandstand isn’t the most comfortable, so we recommend purchasing gel seat covers or seat cushions. The more comfortable you are, the more you can enjoy race day!

For general admission tickets, we recommend either sitting high in the bleachers around the Senna Curve or on the 2nd Chicane, just feet from the track. Bringing a folding chair and grab a spot on the grassy area!

The site is quite large and some grandstands require that you walk some long distances. Remember to wear comfortable shoes.

It can be easy to misplace your ticket so we recommend purchasing a souvenir lanyard and ticket-holder. Reentry into the track is admitted only to ticketholders.


How Many Laps is the Formula 1 race in Montreal?

The race is 70 laps for a total driving distance of 305.27km / 189.5 miles.


When was the first Grand Prix in  in Montreal?

The first Canadian Grand Prix was held in 1978.



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