This weekend sees Formula One head to Montreal for the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix as Mercedes look to continue their fierce form after eeking out victory in Monaco a fortnight ago.
That form therefore makes this race crucial for the title hopes of both Ferrari and Red Bull, whilst the midfield battle continues to build amongst several teams.
Circuit: Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Race Distance: 305.270km
Tyre Selection: C3, 4, 5
|Session||Day||UK Time (BST)|
|Practice One||Friday 7th June||3:00pm|
|Practice Two||Friday 7th June||7:00pm|
|Practice Three||Saturday 8th June||4:00pm|
|Qualifying||Saturday 8th June||7:00pm|
|Race||Sunday 9th June||7:10pm|
- Several teams are set for power unit updates so expect the competitive picture to become clear this weekend, with Williams one team to watch out for as this track could determine their season.
- With consistent weather forecast throughout the weekend, tyre temperature is going to be key in qualifying to extract the maximum out of the softs.
- Victory here would see Lewis Hamilton tie with Michael Schumacher for most Canadian GP wins at seven apiece.
If missed the opening six rounds of this season, get up to date with our race reviews.