Police put brakes on Grand Prix protesters Add to ... CP Video Published Monday, Jun. 11, 2012 11:12AM EDT Last updated Monday, Jun. 11, 2012 11:13AM EDT Montreal's Formula One Grand Prix went off without a hitch, despite threats by an anti-capitalist group to disrupt the subway line used by thousands of racegoers Watch More Video: Strong quake hits off Greek, Turkish coasts Protesters, police clash amid national strike in Venezuela Tories reject idea Khadr campaign in U.S. will affect NAFTA O.J. Simpson granted parole after serving nine years Conviction thrown out for man accused of sexually assaulting Mandi Gray Trudeau says NAFTA is ‘too important’ for partisanship 'I plan to continue' as Attorney General: Sessions Governor-General David Johnston breaches royal protocol Flashback: 48th anniversary of Apollo moon landing Video: Space drone reveals first images Trump criticizes Sessions over Russia recusal Unearthed tools push back human history in Australia Senator John McCain fighting brain cancer Premiers want clarity on planned marijuana legalization Trudeau praises Payette’s character when questioned about her dismissed second-degree assault charge Don't leave town until health bill passes: Trump to senators Couillard condemns hateful package sent to Quebec mosque BBC reveals gender pay gap among top stars B.C. Premier Horgan says swearing-in ‘bittersweet’ in wake of wildfires Justin Trudeau serves cake in Quebec town Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Video: Police cars smashed as protesters crash Grand Prix party Video: Spirits high, security tight at the Grand Prix Video: Villeneuve tells Quebec protesters: 'Get back to school'