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Canadian Grand Prix: Times, schedule, how to watch, weather and lap record

Formula One returns to North America for the second time this season with a trip to Montreal, Canada.

The Canadian Grand Prix is one of the most popular on the calendar and has hosted a number of thrilling races through the years.

Despite finishing sixth on his last outing in Monaco, Max Verstappen continues to lead the championship as he holds a 31-point advantage over Charles Leclerc in second.

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Canadian Grand Prix times and schedule

Practice times

Free Practice One: 13:30 local time / 18:30 BST – Friday 7th June

Free Practice Two: 17:00 local time / 22:00 BST – Friday 7th June

Free Practice Three: 12:30 local time / 17:30 BST – Saturday 8th June

Qualifying time

16:00 local time / 21:00 BST – Saturday 8th June

Race time

14:00 local time / 19:00 BST – Sunday 9th June

How to watch the Canadian Grand Prix and TV channel

Sky Sports F1 are broadcasting the Canadian Grand Prix live, as well as every practice and qualifying sessions.

Race highlights will be available to view on Channel 4 at 12:20am on Monday 10th June.

Previous Canadian Grand Prix winner and podium

1) Max Verstappen - Red Bull (1:33:58:348)
2) Fernando Alonso - Aston Martin (+9.570s)
3) Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes (+14.168s)

Canadian Grand Prix most wins

Montreal is synonymous with the Wall of Champions but it is also a circuit that has saw world champions emerge victorious.

The two drivers who share the most world titles, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton, share seven wins apiece in Canada. Hamilton's first race Grand Prix victory was in Montreal; not even he could have envisaged the avalanche of wins that would follow in his glittering career.

Max Verstappen has won the last two races in Canada and can move above the likes of Ayrton Senna and Sebastian Vettel with victory this weekend.

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve lap length

The lap length of Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is 4.361km (2.71 mi). Race distance equates to 305.27 km (189.69 mi) over 70 laps.

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve lap record

Valtteri Bottas is the holder of the lap record in Montreal. Set in 2019, he guided his Mercedes W10 round Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in 1:13:078.

The fastest ever lap around the circuit was set by Sebastian Vettel in 2019, with the four-time world champion posting a time of 1:10:240 in qualifying.

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve track temperature

The track temperature this weekend is expected to be around the 15-30°C (68-86°F) mark and will likely vary with rain forecasted.

Canadian Grand Prix weather forecast

Friday 7th June
Sunny intervals to begin the day with light showers expected in the afternoon.
Expected high temperature: 23°C (73.4°F)
Expected low temperature: 16°C (61°F)

Saturday 8th June
Overcast conditions with light rain expected.
Expected high temperature: 19°C (66.2°F)
Expected low temperature: 17°C (63°F)

Sunday 9th June
Cloudy with light rain in the morning, followed by a couple of thundershowers in the afternoon.
Expected high temperature: 20°C (68°F)
Expected low temperature: 15°C (59°F)

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