The 2.75km (1.71mile), 14 turn circuit will wind its way along Rue Viger E and past Maison Radio-Canada.
“WI’ve visited Montreal several times and it’s a fantastic city. It’s going to be a lot of fun racing around the Downtown streets next weekend. It’s a fantastic venue for our season finale and I am hopeful that we are able to end the season with a positive result.”
“The track layout looks interesting, a lot of longer straights and challenging corners, and a more flowing track that NYC.”
“Montreal is another new track for all the teams and both drivers have completed sessions in the DIL simulator as part of our pre-event preparation. We are all working hard to try and end the season with a strong result for the team.”
“I was taking some risks in the second stint and it didn’t work out. We have had some highs and lows this season; we were very happy with pole in Hong Kong and I was also pleased with the result in Monaco, but we still have a huge amount of work to do in order to fight at the top and that has to be the focus before we return to Hong Kong in December.”
“It was a shame to end the season like this but we have to take some positives from the year. I got my first Formula E pole position in Mexico and led a race and to finish sixth in the manufacturers’ championship was a step forward from last year, so hopefully we can build on that for next season.”
“Clearly this season has not been as successful for the NextEV NIO Formula-e Team as was originally hoped. However, we have some positives to take away, particularly with our qualifying performances but our weakness has been our race performance. This is something that we will be focusing on in the off-season as we must come to the first race of Season 4 in Hong Kong with an all-round competitive package.”