To a man who owns all the toys he will ever need, apparently an epic race circuit isn't really one of them as Aston Martin team owner Lawrence Stroll has put up his Mont-Tremblant circuit for sale.

Once the home of the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix, Mont-Tremblant is one of those circuits that quite simply screams awesomeness at every single turn. Built into a stunning landscape and containing some fearsome and technical corners as part of the 2.65 mile 17 turn lap, the circuit has always been something of a favourite of drivers, despite recent years having seen less and less racing events and more corporate driving days filling up the yearly calendar.

Having been taken over by Canadian billionaire Stroll back in 2000 and subsequently going through a significant redesign, the track is very much in top condition from both a safety and driver perspective - although with his plate rather full thanks to Aston Martin road and racing commitments, and a son very much in the main throes of a Grand Prix career, it looks like this incredible venue can be snapped up by the right buyer, but you will probably need a few spare millions to get your own name above the door....

Onboard lap of Mont-Tremblant courtesy of Michel Fortin YouTube: