3 thoughts on “No more Grand Prix

  1. homer

    i honestly won’t miss the grand prix one bit….

    no more… mediocre cover bands on the crescent street stage…
    no more… skanky 16 year olds that you can’t believe were allowed to leave the house like that…
    no more… launching 0-60 runs on crescent below ste-catherine… inches from
    pedestrians
    no more… traffic jams on ste-catherine filled with escalades on 26″ rims burning 5 liters gas
    for every 10 minutes they sit idling…

    i do feel bad for the hotel business in this city, but you know what, maybe if they lowered their prices
    a little they might fill a few more rooms during the slow season…

    I also feel bad for all the dancers/strippers on ste-catherine, no more 2000 dollar tax free nights….

    it’s a loss, yes, but for me, it won’t be missed…

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  2. Shawn

    I agree. Also, it just opens up another slot at the track for another race. Wasn’t there a bit of an F1/Indy-Cart/Nascar logjam anyway?

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  3. Steven Mansour

    “no more… mediocre cover bands on the crescent street stage…

    no more… skanky 16 year olds that you can’t believe were allowed to leave the house like that…

    no more… launching 0-60 runs on crescent below ste-catherine… inches from

    pedestrians

    no more… traffic jams on ste-catherine filled with escalades on 26? rims burning 5 liters gas

    for every 10 minutes they sit idling…”

    What? If you think these things have anything to do with the F1, you’re sadly mistaken. They’re around year-long.

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