Circuit Mont-Tremblant is a 4.26KM race track, located north of Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. It’s a twisty 15 corner circuit, located in the Laurentian Mountains. Originally built in 1964, the circuit has undergone several changes since, with the biggest taking place in 2001 after the track was taken over. In 2004 more changes took place, which meant the circuit now holds a lot more events. The modifications made meant that the circuit could be split into two different layouts, hence the smaller events could take place at the track. Seating at the track is good due to the natural mountains, meaning sitting on the hillside is one of the best place to watch. Parking at the circuit is free for all events when a ticket is purchased.