After Red Bull driver Sergio Perez registered his maiden pole position of the 2022 season, the focus has now shifted to Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada on Sunday, June 19. The ninth round of the F1 2022 season is all set to grace the tracks of Circuit Gilles.
Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll and Williams’ driver Nicholas Latifi will be behind the wheels on their home turf as they will race in their home country, with Latifi in fact yet to race at the circuit in Formula 1.
Last year the Canadian Grand Prix was cancelled with Formula 1 citing ongoing international travel restrictions in Canada and the race will take place for the first since 2019. Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton are tied for the most wins in the race as both the legendary drivers have won the Canadian Grand Prix on seven occasions.
Meanwhile, Ferrari has been the most successful constructor as they have achieved 14 wins. Ferrari enjoyed success in 2019, with Sebastian Vettel and Charles LeClerc both finishing on the podium. Let’s look at all the details regarding the Canadian Grand Prix.
Grand Prix: Canadian Grand Prix.
Location: Montreal, Canada
Circuit: Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Circuit Length: 4.361 km
Race Distance: 305.27 km
Practice 1, 17th June – 23:30 to 00:30 IST
Practice 2, 18th June – 02:30 to 03:30 IST
Practice 3, 18th June – 22:30 to 23:30 IST
Qualifying, 19th June – 01:30 to 02:30 IST
Race, 19th June – 23:30 to 01:30 IST
Where can one watch the live broadcast of the practice, qualifying, and main race?
One can watch the live broadcast of the practice, qualifying, and main race on Star Sports.
Where can one watch the live streaming of the practice, qualifying, and main race?
One can watch the live streaming of the practice, qualifying, and main race on Disney + Hotstar.
Where to tune in for the latest updates?
One can visit www.sportstiger.com for all the minute-to-minute updates of the race. He/She can also download the SportsTiger App, available on Google Play Store & Apple App Store.