Information for Piste Mont Tremblant

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Circuit Information

Length 4.26 km (2.65 mi)
Number of turns Fifteen (15)
North Loop 2.46 km (1.53 mi)
South Loop 1.91 km (1.19 mi)
Average width 11 m (36 ft)

The first event was held on August 3, 1964, on the short 12-turn, 1.5-mile circuit (north loop). Canadian Ludwig Heimrath drove his Cooper-Ford 289 to victory in the 32-lap feature race. 

In 1965 the circuit was expanded to its current 2.65-mile layout. British driver John Surtees, the 1964 Formula One World Champion, won driving a Lola T-70 Chevrolet.

Noise limitations

All activities at Piste Mont Tremblant are limited to 92dBA.

All vehicles are required to have a muffler at all times and cannot exceed the limit.

All events are monitored for noise.

Non active days

The circuit is not active to motorsport activities on these days:.

April 27-28

June 22-23

August 10-11

August 31-September 1

October 19-20

October 26-27