Formula 1 Exhibition Toronto

Lighthouse ArtSpace, 1 Yonge Street, Toronto

Until July 14th, 2024

After Madrid in 2023 and Vienna (Austria) this year, the major exhibition dedicated to Formula 1 opens its doors in Toronto (Canada) until July 14th. Visitors will be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at the world of F1 thanks to many innovative technologies. Curated with the support of experts, historians and journalists, the Formula 1 Expo offers a unique insight into the extraordinary world of Formula 1. Six themed rooms exhibit the history, technologies and people who take part in this global competition.

Visitors begin their journey with a visit to “Once Upon A Time In Formula 1”, where never-before-seen films, photos and interviews transport fans through the history of the sport. The “Design Lab” takes visitors inside a Formula 1 factory and allows visitors to discover the typical components of an F1 car, including the 2022 hybrid power unit. Next, “Drivers and Duels” celebrates iconic drivers and legendary races with a Hall of Fame in the form of a large interactive display wall and numerous memorabilia.

‘Fallen Heroes’ is dedicated to the many drivers who have sadly sacrificed their lives in racing, while on the contrary ‘Survival’ pays tribute to safety innovations with the remains of the burned-out HAAS race car from which Romain Grosjean emerged alive in his dramatic 2020 crash in Bahrain. ‘The Pit Wall’ is a stunning cinematic and immersive experience that brings the greatest moments in Formula 1 history to life like never before.

Several F1 cars from different eras will be on display, including the 2020 Haas VF20 (drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen), the Lotus 99T driven by Ayrton Senna in 1987, the 1962 BRM P578 with which Graham Hill won his first drivers’ world championship, and the 1955 Lancia D50, a carefully rebuilt example of the car with which Alberto Ascari won several races. Photos, films, 360° projection, interactive screens, models, drivers’ equipment, car parts, everything is there to delight F1 fans.

Practical information


Weekdays (entrance times)12 pm – 9 pm
Saturday (entrance times)10 am – 9 pm
Sunday (entrance times)10 am – 7 pm
Closed on Tuesdays

Rates for defined time slot

RatesMonday-ThursdayFriday & SundaySaturday
Reduced (children 3-15 years old, seniors over 60 years old)$42$57$62
Other prices (family, flexible entry, VIP…), see prices page on the website
Buying tickets online is recommended, see link below

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