Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

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Location: Located on an island between Montreal and Longueuil, Quebec. (5.3 km) East of downtown Montreal and (4.9 km) Southwest of downtown Longueuil.
Street address: Park Jean-Drapeau, Montreal, QC H3C 6A1, Canada
How to get there: (5.3 km) East of downtown Montreal or 10 minute drive and (4.9 km) Southwest of downtown Longueuil. (YUL) Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is 15 miles (24.3 km) Southwest of the track via Autoroute du Souvenir (Route 20) or 30 minutes drive. i87 / New York Thruway connects to Route 15 which is about 50 miles (80 km) South or 1 hour drive.
Directions to the morning meeting: Registration and Credentials collection take place at Hotel Delta Centre-Ville.Event parking is on the neighboring island: Ile Saint-Helene and shuttle busses take marshals to the marshal tent on Ile Notre-Dame. Alternatively marshals can take public transport/subway to the Station Jean-Drapeau and walk across the bridge to the meeting point.
Camping facilities: It is not possible to camp at this event. CouchSurfing, AirBnB and nearby Montreal hotels are advisable.
Contact information: Automobile Club de l’ile Notre-Dame (ACIND) organizes the marshals for the Canadian Grand Prix: There is a fee to participate in this event.
Marshal stations: ????
Turns: 13
Length: 2.71 miles (4.361 km)
Lap records: Formula 1: 1:13.622 Ferrari (2004)
Year opened: 1978
Marshal kit: Bring your own White uniform. Flags, fire extinguishers, brooms and kitty litter is distributed to stations at the start of the event. For the Grand Prix all F1 roles are pre-determined and assigned, however for support races it is possible to rotate through other roles and positions on station. Each day of the event your station will change. So you receive three different perspectives from one weekend.

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