F1 Canadian Grand Prix

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  • Course: Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Course Length: 2.709 miles (4.361 kilometers)
  • Distance: 70 laps, 189.686 miles (305.27 kilometers)
  • Date: Sunday, June 9th, 2024
  • 2023 Winner: Max Verstappen

Canadian Grand Prix Odds

Max Verstappen is the favorite to win the Canadian GP this year .Verstappen is coming off a win at the Spanish Grand Prix and has been the most consistent driver all season. He will be looking to extend his lead in the championship at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

Charles Leclerc is the second favorite to win this F1 amazing race. Leclerc has won two races this Formula 1 season and is the only other driver to challenge Verstappen for the championship. He will be looking to get back on the podium after a disappointing finish in Spain.

Carlos Sainz Jr. is the third favorite to win. Sainz has been in good form this season and has finished on the podium four times. He will be looking to get his first win of the season at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

These are just a few of the drivers who could win the Canadian Grand Prix. The race is sure to be exciting and unpredictable, and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top.

Before Betting on This F1 Race

Here are some of the factors that may affect the Formula 1 odds, so before placing a bet, be sure to take this into consideration:

F1 Odds: To Win Outright

DriverTeamOdds *Last Updated: 6/5/2024
Max VerstappenRed Bull-275
Charles LeclercFerrari+500
Lando NorrisMcLaren+650
Oscar PiastriMcLaren+1400
Sergio PerezRed Bull+4000
Carlos SainzFerrari+2500
George RussellMercedes+5000
Lewis HamiltonMercedes+4000
Daniel RicciardoRB+25000
Fernando AlonsoAston Martin+20000

F1 Race Schedule

Formula 1 Championship:

  • 11:30 a.m. ET – Practice 1
  • 3:00 p.m. ET – Practice 2

Formula 1 Championship:

  • 10:30 a.m. ET – Practice 3
  • 2:00 p.m. ET – Qualifying

Formula 1 Championship:

  • 12:00 p.m. ET – Canada GP

Current F1 Standings- 2023 Season

Canadian GP History & Highlights

The Canadian Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit Gilles-Villenueve in Montreal, Canada. For more than four decades, Formula 1 has made the trip to the man-made Notre Dame Island created in 1967 for the Expo 67 World’s Fair.

The area was used for the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics and then reorganized to create a track. The first Formula 1 race was held there in 1978.

Formula 1 racing in Canada began in 1961 with races at the Mosport Park (now Canadian Tire Motorsport Park) in Bowmanville, Ontario. That circuit would host races every year through 1977 with few exceptions; the 1967 and 1969 Grands Prix were held at Circuit Mont-Tremblant in Quebec and no race was held in 1975.

The first Formula One Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve was held in 1978.

At the time, the track was called the Circuit Ile Notre Dame. Canadian Gilles Villeneuve won his first race at the circuit in a Ferrari in 1978. Following his death in 1982 during qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix, the circuit was renamed in his honor.

Despite multiple Canadian drivers entering Formula 1 in the following years (including Villeneuve’s son and 1997 world champion Jacques), Villeneuve remains the only Canadian to have won his home race.

The Canadian Grand Prix has been a part of the Formula 1 calendar with few exceptions. Races were not held there in 1987, 2009, 2020, and 2021. The layout has remained largely the same since 1978. The start/finish line was moved in 1988, a chicane was temporarily added for 1994 and 1995, and the iconic L’Epingle hairpin was tightened in 1996.

Seven-time world champions Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton are tied for the most Canadian Grand Prix wins with seven each.

Circuit Information

The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is a 2.709-mile, 14-corner track known for its fast, flowing layout, heavy-braking chicanes, and a rare hairpin. The final chicane features the famous Wall of Champions, named after Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, and Jacques Villeneuve who all crashed there in the 1999 Canadian Grand Prix.

Valtteri Bottas holds the current lap record of 1:13.078 set in 2019. With a seating capacity of 100,000, the F1 Canadian Grand Prix is held in spring, with variable conditions. The 2011 race, the longest due to rain, saw Jenson Button win with a record six pit stops.

Canadian Grand Prix FAQs

Who won last year’s Canadian Grand Prix?

Max Verstappen won the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix.

Who has the most Canadian Grand Prix wins?

Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher are tied for the most wins with seven.

When was the first Canadian Grand Prix?

The first race was in 1961 at Mosport Park. The first race at the Circuit Gilles-Villenueve was in 1978.

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