This year's Canadian Grand Prix will arrive with a significant change at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, an entirely rebuilt paddock building! The project has been going on for much of the past year and was recently completed in time for the upcoming race.
Formula 1 will return to Montreal next month, with teams, media and fans set to take in the new surrounds.
The project has cost $60million, with F1 CEO Chase Carey on hand to host its inauguration earlier this week.
Although a harsher than expected winter put the construction work back, it has been completed well in advance of F1's next visit.
Check out the video below and see the demolition, construction of the building, and then take a tour of the new facilities.
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