Circuit Mont-Tremblant is a 2.65 mile, 15 turn road course which can also be configured as separate north (1.53 mile) and south (1.19 mile) loops. The track is located near Mont-Tremblant Village in Quebec.
New: 2004-04-18 Last Updated: 2007-08-17
The 1.6 mile north loop opened in 1964, with the first race on August 3rd. The south loop/extension was completed a year later, with the first race on the 2.65 mile full course on September 1st, 1965. A 2.8 mile variant was used at one point in time in 1965. The first ever Can-Am race was held at Mont Tremblant in 1966. The Canadian Grand Prix was held here in 1968 and 1970.
The track did not operate from 1972-1973 and 2000-2001. During the 2000-2001 shutdown a major redevelopment was done with a substantial engineering contribution from Wilson Motorsports.
|Alan E. Brown, The History of America's Speedways: Past & Present. Comstock Park, Michigan: Brown, 2003 , ISBN 0931105617 , pp. 827. Order from National Speedway Directory|
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The track access is via Chemin Seguin, which intersects with Chemin du Village near the marked intersection on the map.
Detailed directions are available here on the official web site.
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