F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out

F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming, and All you need to know – Check Out: The ninth round…

F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out
F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out

F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming, and All you need to know – Check Out: The ninth round of the F1 2022 season will make its way to Montreal in the form of the Canadian Grand Prix. The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve first hosted a Grand Prix in the year 1978 and this year it will be hosting its 41st edition. Follow F1 Canadian GP LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN.

The last two year’s haven’t seen any Grand Prix action as Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix in rather a controversial manner. Hamilton saw the chequered flag in the second position but Vettel was relegated in live classification and it meant that Hamilton, who was 1.3 seconds ahead of the German was awarded the win.

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F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out

Practice 1, Date – 17th June

Timings – 23:30 to 00:30 IST

Practice 2, Date – 18th June

Timings – 02:30 to 03:30 IST

Practice 3, Date – 18th June

Timings – 22:30 to 23:30 IST

Qualifying, Date – 19th June

Timings – 01:30 to 02:30 IST

Race, Date – 19th June

Timings – 23:30 to 01:30 IST

F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out
F1 Canadian GP: DRS zones and track layout for the Canadian Grand Prix.

Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race on TV?

The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be viewed on Star Sports.

Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race? – Live Stream

The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.

F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out

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Location – Montreal, Canada

First Grand Prix – 1978

Number of Laps – 70

Circuit Length – 4.361 km

Race Distance – 305.27 km

When was the track built?

The man-made Notre Dame Island in the St Lawrence River was made for the Expo 67 World’s Fair in the year 1967. When the exhibition and the resulting 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics had left town, a few shrewd individuals chose to make a race track out of the island’s streets. Also, lo, the Circuit Ile Notre-Dame, as it then was, became.

When was its first Grand Prix?

With the Canadian Grand Prix having been looking for a super durable home for various years during the 1960s and 1970s, the Circuit Ile Notre-Dame originally facilitated the race in 1978. Fittingly, Gilles Villeneuve asserted his first triumph, at the track that would wind up bearing his name.

Who won the last Grand Prix?

It was Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton who won the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix. Then came Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who finished in the second place and he was followed by teammate Charles Leclerc in the third spot.

F1 Canadian GP: Timings of Practice, Qualifying, Race, Live Streaming and All you need to know – Check Out

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