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Canadian Grand Prix 2019: Schedule, Time, Prediction, TV Coverage and More

The 2019 Canadian Grand Prix, the seventh race of the 2019 Formula One season. Practice runs 7 June, qualifying happens on Saturday June 8 and the race itself is on Sunday June 9.

What time does Canadian Grand Prix 2019 begin?

Qualifying starts at 7 pm BST on Saturday and the race starts at 7.10 pm BST on Sunday.

What TV channel is Canadian Grand Prix 2019 on?

Sky Sports F1 have elite coverage rights in the UK this year and surely for the next few. Their qualifying program begins at 6 pm BST on Saturday while the race coverage starts at 5.30 pm BST on Sunday.

Channel 4 have quite recently the one live race this year – the British Grand Prix – however their features packages begin at 6.30 pm BST on Saturday for qualifying and 11 pm BST on Sunday for the race.

Watch the Canadian Grand Prix through Now TV for £8.99

For details of the broadcaster in individuals’ area, click here.

What happened a year ago?

After a dubious end of the week in Monaco, Canada was another race where Mercedes battled, relatively. While Valtteri Bottas qualified second behind Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari, Lewis Hamilton began in fourth, behind Max Verstappen’s Red Bull. It didn’t show signs of improvement in the race as Vettel crusied to triumph and Hamilton returned further as yet, completing in fifth and losing his championship lead to the German. It looked entirely intense for Mercedes and Hamilton by then, however everybody all know what happened next.

What do everybody think about the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve?

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

Circuit length: 4.361km

First grand prix: 1978

Laps: 70

Race distance: 395.27km

Race lap record: 1.13.622 (Rubens Barrichello, 2004)

2018 winner: Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari

Number of corners: 14

Overwhelming chances: Usually pretty decent, into the last chicane and into the turn one, two and three complex. Other than that the braking zones for different chicanes are maybe not exactly heavy enough. In any case, it’s one of those street-circuits-that-aren’t-really-street-circuits and may be a decent opportunity to check whether F1’s new aero guidelines are really working.

What are the Canadian Grand Prix 2019 odds (top six)?

  • Lewis Hamilton – EVENS
  • Valtteri Bottas – 5/2
  • Sebastian Vettel – 4/1
  • Charles Leclerc – 11/2
  • Max Verstappen – 20/1
  • Pierre Gasly – 200/1

What is Canadian Grand Prix 2019 prediction?

Is it conceivable, for anybody of rational personality, to look past Mercedes this season? People would say that this track may suit Ferrari somewhat more yet the Mercedes is only a triumphant beast right now and they are additionally bringing an engine upgrade to Canada. It’s normally a track where Lewis Hamilton exceeds expectations however a year ago he was outdriven by colleague Bottas. Everybody are going to say a similar will happen this year and that the Finn will win. Leclerc to take another platform for Ferrari.

Podium prediction: 1st Bottas, 2nd Hamilton, 3rd Leclerc

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