Since 1978, the Canadian Grand Prix race staged in Montreal has been one of the staples on the global Formula 1 (F1) racing circuit, attracting the world’s best drivers. Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton have each won the race seven times, and the event has recently announced a new infrastructure to be constructed, which will ensure its landmark status for decades to come.
As part of a renewal agreement for the Canadian Grand Prix, the City of Montreal has replaced the existing temporary paddock structure with a C$50-million permanent building to more adequately meet the needs of this world-class sporting event.
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