Canadian Grand Prix

Named after Canadian racing legend, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve made a triumphant return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2022. The 2023 Canadian Grand Prix is set to take place on June 16-18. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races in Montreal!

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve: The Ultimate Track Guide

The streets of the Ile Notre Dame island have seen plenty of chaos and surprises over the years. As one of the most well liked and well-attended Grands Prix of the season, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve always seems to deliver.

2022 Canadian Grand Prix: A statistic for every driver

Verstappen holds his biggest ever championship lead, Vettel fails to score in Canada for the first time and Zhou has a career-best weekend. Here’s a statistic from each driver’s 2022 Canadian Grand Prix weekend!

2022 Canadian Grand Prix: Post Race Statistics

Verstappen goes into the top ten of all-time Formula 1 wins and Hamilton ends his longest podium drought in 13 years. Here are the facts and statistics from the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix!

2022 Canadian Grand Prix qualifying statistics

Verstappen takes pole in Canada with the largest margin since 1984, Alonso qualifies on the front row for the first time in a decade and Zhou puts his team in Q3 in Montreal for the first time since 2008.

F1 Track Stats: Canadian Grand Prix

Montreal’s Ile Notre Dame island has hosted the Canadian Grand Prix since 1978. Here are all the facts and statistics you need to know about Circuit Gilles Villeneuve!

F1 Grid Slot Stats: Canadian Grand Prix

27 of the 41 Montreal races have been won from the front row – with all but one of the last six Canadian Grands Prix having been won from pole position.

F1 Team Form: Canadian Grand Prix

Mercedes have finished on the Canadian Grand Prix podium in every year since 2013, Red Bull have recorded only two retirements at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and McLaren have not scored here since 2014.

F1 Driver Form: Canadian Grand Prix

Hamilton has seven Montreal wins, Vettel has a 100% points-scoring record in Canada and Stroll looks to score on home soil for the third time.

2019 Canadian Grand Prix: Post Race Statistics

Mercedes set another new record, a Thai driver retires for the first time since 1954 and Daniel Ricciardo reaches 1,000 career points. Here are all the facts and statistics from the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix weekend!

2019 Canadian GP Qualifying Analysis

Sebastian Vettel stormed to pole position with a new Track Record at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. We take a look at all the stats and stories from Saturday at the Canadian Grand Prix!

Milestones and Records to Beat: 2019 Canadian GP

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve equals the Nurburgring, Sergio Perez equals an unwanted record and Mercedes could equal Lotus’ pole position tally. Here are the records which are up for grabs over the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix weekend!

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