On June 8, the 8th edition at the heart of 50 Years of F1 in Canada celebrations
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Last winter, Kennell was one of the performers selected in front of 13 million viewers on the American version of ‘’The Voice’’
The FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2016 is pleased to announce that young Montreal native, Brittany Kennell will perform the Canadian National Anthem preceding the 47th edition of the FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DU CANADA on June 12th.
There are only a few tables left to attend the event June 4 at The Arsenal
Moisson Montreal is very pleased to have the Canadian Grand Prix from its donor partners for a second consecutive year and invites Montrealers to take part in the sixth annual gala dinner “Le Grand Soir” on Thursday June 4th.
First of our next decade under the sign of renewal
Start the festivities by supporting the Fondation de l’hôpital du Sacré-Cœur and Moisson Montreal
This year in 2015, the first of the new agreement ensuring its presentation in Montreal until 2024, the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Canada is pleased to announce the sixth edition of the gala dinner “Le Grand Soir”. Thursday, June 4, will again start in beauty both our summer season and this highly anticipated weekend where the best car drivers in the world come to compete on our legendary circuit.
Canada looks set to hold on to its popular place on the annual F1 schedule.
First female driver confirmed for GP du Canada 2014…
After several successful seasons in karting, one runner-up Rookie title for her road racing debut (Toyota Cup Series) and another runner-up Rookie title in the Quebec ACT series, Québec driver Valérie Chiasson will realize her Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) debut at the Grand Prix du Canada, on the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit. She is presently the first female driver confirmed to contest the prestigious event on June 6, 7, and 8.
Canadian grand prix promoter Francois Dumontier doesn’t mind the new and milder sound of formula one.
Earlier in 2014, Australian grand prix chief Ron Walker revealed his outrage at the loss of the screaming engines of the past, insisting fellow race promoters will also be looking into whether the sport had breached its contracts.