Find out what time the third race of the 2023 Formula 1 season will start this Sunday
Drivers will step on the accelerator for round eight of the 2023 Grand Prix du Canada season at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. Today, June 18, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen will start first after taking pole position. The Formula 1 racing schedule today and where to watch it you can check below.
Formula 1 racing schedule in Canada today
The Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix will take place at 3 p.m. Brasilia time, at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, in Montreal.
To watch, simply connect to the BAND channel, on free television, with broadcast in all states of Brazil live and free. This is the third race of the 2022 season in Formula 1, with the twenty drivers competing.
If you prefer, you can also follow this Sunday’s race in Canada online, either via the official Band website (band.uol.com.br) or the BandPlay app. BandNewsFM radio will also have offers.
Time: 3 p.m.
Group – SKY: 13, CLARO/NET: 22, VIVO: 226, OI: 7
Official band website (www.band.uol.com) with free live stream
Starting grid today F1 at the Canadian GP
In a wet and wild qualifying at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the Red Bull driver achieved his 25th pole position of his F1 career. Nico Hulkenberg had won the second position, but suffered a penalty and gave way to Alonso. Hamilton moved up to third place.
Yes, Nico Hulkenberg managed a fine second place for Haas in the standings, but for missing the minimum red flag delta, the Haas rider was punished with three grid positions and now starts from P5.
It was a surprise day on a wet Montreal circuit, with Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc eliminated late in Q2.
The grid includes George Russell fourth, Nico fifth, Esteban Ocon sixth, while Lando Norris starts Sunday’s Formula 1 race seventh.
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Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Formula 1 race
Located in Montreal, Canada, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will require riders to complete 70 laps of the 4,361 kilometer track. In all, there are thirteen corners, where the track is fluid and very fast for the drivers of the event in question.
The Montreal track was built in 1967, but only entered the Formula 1 calendar in 1978, where the name is a tribute to the Canadian driver Gilles Villeneuve, driver whose first victory in Formula 1 was precisely at him in Canada.
Initially, the track was created to accommodate the sporting events of the Expo 67 World’s Fair and the Summer Olympics of that year. However, once the events were over, the track began to be inserted inside the space to host motorsport races.
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