Podium Restaurant

One of the finest locations to watch the Canadian F1 Grand Prix and a perennial favourite of ours. Offering the finest view of the race, the Podium Restaurant is perfectly located with views of the start-finish line and the brilliant Senna corner. The suite also boasts great views of the pit-lane exit, so watch your favourite drivers re-joining the circuit after the excitement of the pit stops. Guests will enjoy:

  • Exclusive dining area
  • Gourmet breakfast and lunch
  • Unlimited alcoholic and soft drinks package (including a selection of premium beers and wines)
  • Official F1 program and ear plugs
  • Covered to protect from both the sun and the rain
  • TV screen to keep up to speed with progress on other parts of the circuit
  • Shuttle from the Casino entrance to your suite

Cost: £1,425 per person for Friday, Saturday & Sunday.

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