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Emerson Fittipaldi to be special guest at the Legends Club Montréal for the Canadian GP

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MONTRÉAL, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - SPORTALITY™ is excited to announce that the Legends Club Montréal at the Grand Prix of Canada will once again be hosting clients from all over the world in one of the most premiere hospitality venues for its 16th year on June 6th - 8th, 2014 at the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit.

The Legends Club Montréal is located in the Podium Suite on the inner perimeter of the track just a few meters beyond the start-finish line, in the hard braking area before the left-right-left chain of the Senna turn. The club has a clear view of the podium where race winners from each scheduled event open their celebratory magnum of champagne.

In addition to the 5-star amenities and fantastic location that come along with the Legends Club Montréal, SPORTALITY™ will also be celebrating a very special occasion with its 2014 special guest, 2-time F1 World Champion, Emerson Fittipaldi. 2014 will mark Emerson's 40th anniversary of his second World Championship victory, and first with McLaren. Emerson was a dominant force on the Formula 1 Circuit from when he first broke on the scene in 1970 until his exit in 1980.

Joining Emerson in the suite on race day to celebrate the 40th anniversary will be Emerson's up and coming star grandson, Pietro Fittipaldi. Pietro is currently racing in the Protyre Formula Renault Series and is well on his way to following in his legendary grandfather's footsteps in Formula 1.

Throughout the day on Sunday, Emerson and Pietro will be in the Legends Club Montréal engaging with all guests who will have their chance to have their pictures taken and autographed. In addition, F1 journalist Peter Windsor will also be in the suite interviewing Emerson and Pietro, as well as providing guests with expert pre and post race analyses. His insights are informative and interesting due to his long career within the sport of auto racing.

SPORTALITY™ and Legends Club Montréal are excited to be back at the Grand Prix of Canada as the race has become a staple event for the company over the years.

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