Join Us to Watch Formula 1 Racing | Russian Grand Prix Viewing
Russian Grand Prix – Sunday, May 1
Doors Open at 4:30 am – Breakfast is On Us!
We want to thank all of the motorsport enthusiasts that joined us on April 16 to watch a thrilling Chinese Grand Prix.
Next stop for the F1 World Championship is the Sochi Autodrom, located in the Black Sea resort area that hosted the 2014 Winter Olympics. We will be showing all of the weekend’s Formula 1 race at our Vancouver headquarters. Our doors will be open at 4:30AM, giving you plenty of time to enjoy coffee and a light breakfast while you settle in for the Russian Grand Prix at 5:00 AM. If you’re an EV owner, a Formula 1 fan or are just curious about either, we’re inviting you to stop by, watch the race and network with other car enthusiasts.
About the Sochi Autdrom:
The 5.85 kilometre circuit is located within Sochi’s Olympic Park and winds its way around many of the spectacular venues that were built for the 2014 Olympic Games.
It has a seating capacity of 55,000 and varies from 13 metres at its narrowest point to 15 metres at the start-finish line. Running in a clockwise direction, the layout consists of 12 right-hand and six left-hand corners, combining both high-speed and technical sections. On their first visit to the track, Formula One cars reached 332 km/h on the 650-metre straight between the first and second turns. The lap record of 1:40.071 was set by Sebastien Vettel in 2015.
First Grand Prix: 2014
Number of Laps: 53
Circuit Length: 5.85 km
Race Distance: 309.75 km
Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and automotive technology. The series features the world’s best racing drivers, driving the fastest, most technically advanced racing cars on the world’s most prestigious circuits.