If you are going to be in Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix and want to get immersed in the sport, there is a great opportunity on Friday night to have a convivial evening with other F1 fans, asking me questions (any question, you like!) about F1. I will answer them all as best I can and if there are things that I can’t tell you, I’ll tell you why I can’t! I am a great believer in trying to engage with the fans and these evenings not only do that, but also allow fans to meet one another, so that in addition to learning about the sport and having fun, you will meet like-minded people as well. You get a lot for your money, with a whole evening of questions, plus a break to have a buffet dinner. You can drink as much or as little as you like, but that is not included in the price. If you feel like it, you can even go downstairs after the event and dance the night away . The venue is centrally-located, in the old port area of the city. And it is easy to get there from the circuit using the Metro.
You will go to the track on Saturday with a much better understanding of how F1 works and with plenty of behind-the-scenes information about what is going on and why. Joe will also have all the latest whispers from the paddock. You may not be able to get a pass to get into the F1 Paddock, but this is a great way to feel part of the event.
Joe’s 2016 Audience in Montreal will take place on Friday, June 10 at the Pub St Paul, 124 rue St-Paul Est, Vieux-Montréal, Québec H2Y 1G2.
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