The Canadian Formula One Grand Prix 2019 in Montreal is one of the best attended motorsports events in the world. Few places embrace their Grand Prix weekend as enthusiastically as the Canadian city of Montreal. Hosted at the arguably prettiest Formula One race track on the calendar, Montreal knows how to entertain itself and the F1 crowd visiting.
he Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal is a 4.361 km long circuit located on the Ile Notre-Dame on the St. Lawrence River. After a low speed circuit across the streets of Monaco with tight and twisting corners, the Canadian street circuit poses a different challenge to teams and drivers. This circuit is accented with power hungry characteristics, and it encompasses a series of quick straights coupled with some heavy-braking corners. The air and track temperatures at this circuit are normally the lowest on the calendar.
Follow us later in the afternoon for the latest updates and results from the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, as the qualifying session for the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix is about to get underway, with Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at the wheel of the SF90, ready to challenge Mercedes and Red Bull for pole position ahead of the race on Sunday.