The organizers of June’s Grand Prix of Canada in Montreal announced today that the "grace period" for people who held grandstand tickets for the last Grand Prix in 2008 and wished to re-order is over and all remaining grandstand seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning tomorrow.
The return of the Grand Prix in 2010 promises to be exciting, with Michael Schumacher returning to drive for Mercedes, Fernando Alonso in a Ferrari and Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button fighting it out for dominance at McLaren.
Not to forget Sebastien Vettel emerging as a world champion threat for Red Bull.
As well, four new teams have entered the 2010 championship, although whether they will all make it onto the grid at the start of the season or still be around in the middle or the end remains to be seen.
Those wishing to obtain grandstand tickets (and general admission is available for purchase now, too) can contact the Grand Prix office at 514-350-000 or order online at www.circuitgillesvilleneuve.ca
I’d suggest you not dawdle. Now that anyone can order any seat anywhere, they will go fast.