Villeneuve can refer to three people and a circuit in Formula One:
- Gilles Villeneuve (1950–1982), who was Canadian driver who drove from 1978 to his death in a qualifying accident with Jochen Mass in 1982, driving for McLaren and Ferrari. He won six races and was runner-up in 1979. Older brother of Jacques Villeneuve, Sr. and father to Jacques Villeneuve.
- Jacques Villeneuve, Sr. (b. 1953), who is a Canadian racer. Though more famed for successes in motorsport outside F1, he drove in F1 in 1981 and 1983 for Arrows and RAM, failing to start in three races. Younger brother of Gilles Villeneuve and uncle of Jacques Villeneuve.
- Jacques Villeneuve (b. 1970), a retired Canadian driver who most notably won the World Championship in 1997 for Williams. He was runner-up in 1996 (also for Williams) and won the 1995 Indianapolis 500. He also drove for BAR, Renault, Sauber and BMW Sauber until 2006. Son of Gilles Villeneuve and nephew to Jacques Villeneuve, Sr.
- The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, a Canadian Grand Prix circuit located in Montreal, named after Gilles Villeneuve.