Tickets for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve are now on sale. The Montreal race is set to take place on June 17-19.
January 14, 2022 UPDATE: Tickets for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix were sold out via the promoter within approximately 90 minutes of going on sale. Tickets also sold out quickly via our supplier Grand Prix tickets, but limited additional inventory is now available in our ticket shop.
Formula 1 will make its highly anticipated return to Canada in 2022 after a three-year absence. Both the 2020 and 2021 Canadian Grands Prix were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic – but the sport will make its comeback to Montreal in June. Tickets for the race are now on sale through our partners Grand Prix Tickets. With rising interest in Formula 1 in North America, it’s a good idea to book early to avoid disappointment!
Grandstand tickets at the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix
The Canadian Grand Prix is arguably one of the best races to attend on the F1 calendar. The selection of grandstands available at the track give a wide range of viewing options. Learn more about the views you can expect from each grandstand at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in our guide to buying tickets for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix.
The opening complex of corners are best viewed from Grandstands 11 and 12, with tickets here priced between $453-479 CAD. Tickets for the Platine grandstand, the only covered viewing space at the track, are priced at $912 CAD. Only 3-day tickets can be purchased for these stands.
Grandstands 15, 21 and 24 are situated at the hairpin at the other end of the circuit. You can expect to see some overtaking here. Tickets here are priced at $453 CAD for the weekend. Grandstand 24 is also known as the Lance Stroll Grandstand. Disabled access is available in Grandstand 21a. Check out the Top 10 grandstands at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Motorsport Guides.
There will be giant screens for you to follow the action opposite all grandstands, except Grandstand 46 and Grandstand 47. The latter is the best priced grandstand at the circuit at $204 CAD for 3-day tickets – though you will only see cars passing at speed on the straight.
General Admission tickets are also available, priced at $204 CAD for three-day tickets. Ticket prices for children aged 11 or under are around half the price of adult tickets. Some child tickets are free in select grandstands and General Admission; though tickets are still required.
Ticket packages from F1 Experiences
If you’re looking for a premium experience at the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix, we recommend considering ticket packages from F1 Experiences. With a wide range of experiences available, from premium grandstand seats to hospitality in the Paddock Club, track tours and insider access, these options will ensure a memorable trip. For 2022, F1 Experiences is also offering packages with an F1 ticket, hotel accommodation and daily circuit transfers for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Memorable Montreal moments
The Canadian Grand Prix will be the ninth round of F1’s record-breaking 23 race calendar in 2022. The event has been the host to plenty of memorable moments in the past. The most recent race here in 2019 ended in controversy. Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line first but picked up a 5 second time penalty, handing the win to Lewis Hamilton.
Where to stay and what to see
Away from the track action, Montreal embraces its Grand Prix weekend with a real party atmosphere in the city. It’s best to stay in the downtown area of Montreal over the Grand Prix weekend, where you can also soak up the atmosphere will fellow F1 fans. We’ve rounded up the best places to stay in our accommodation guide for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix. You can also book accommodation with free cancellation for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix through our partners Booking.com.
Montreal has an impeccable reputation for the quality of its dining and bar scene. You can also find interesting landmarks and architecture across the city. There’s plenty to see and do during your stay – click here for our top picks!