F1 » Montreal back on F1 calendar as Canada re-instated


The hugely popular Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal has finally been officially re-instated on the F1 calendar in 2010 - only at $100 million CAN less than commercial rights-holder Bernie Ecclestone had originally been demanding...

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GreenEnvy 22

November 28, 2009 8:42 PM

Mosport would need a lot of work to get upto F1 spec. I do some track days there occasionally on my Kawi, and it's fine for club racing, but not for a world class event. The Canadian superbike series races there, and I'd say it's one of the best tracks they race at, but that is not saying much if you've seen some of the parking lots they go to.

Mont Tremblant is too narrow for F1 I believe. It's a great track though. Nice corners, changes in elevation, and awesome scenery, but you wouldn't get any passing as the cars probably can't run side by side in much of it.

x2468 - Unregistered

November 30, 2009 2:46 AM

great to hear. I knew a lot of people that always went to the Montreal grand prix. a lot of americans drive up from Boston and New York City since it's not too far to drive.

I'd love to see a wsbk or even motogp race an mt. tremblant if that were possible

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