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The Canadian Grand Prix 2024’s Schedule, Venue and More

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This year, June is slated to be a blockbuster month for North America in terms of Sports as some of the grandest events are happening across the continent. Football and cricket will take centre stage in the United States of America with the Copa America and the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, respectively. Formula 1 will also get its share of the limelight with the Canada-based race. Speaking of which, here are all the important details you need to know about the Canadian Grand Prix 2024:

  • Date: 7-9 June
  • Venue: Montreal, Canada
  • Where to watch: F1 TV

At the end of the Monaco Grand Prix, reigning world champion Max Verstappen stood with three losses in the ongoing championship. This translates to a huge dent in his chances of retaining the world title.

Nevertheless, the Belgian driver will head to Canada as the favourite to win the race even though he will face steep comPetition from the likes of Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris, Carlos Sainz Jr. and Sergio Perez. Will Verstappen be able to shake off the minor setback and solidify his position atop the driver’s standings? Only time will tell.

With an air of excitement around the Canadian Grand Prix 2024 in Montreal, we bring you all you need to know about the F1 race’s schedule (dates), venue and how to live stream it. But before that, here is…

An overview of the Canadian Grand Prix’s history

Canadian Grand Prix 2024 schedule
Picture Credits: Formula 1

Contested for the first time in 1967, the Canadian Grand Prix is widely regarded as one of the most glamorous F1 races based in North America.

MotorSports legends Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton hold the record for the most wins at the Canadian Grand Prix with seven titles each. Meanwhile, with 14 wins, Scuderia Ferrari leads the pack among the constructors.

Max Verstappen heads to the 2024 edition of the Canadian Grand Prix as its defending champion.

A look at the schedule (dates) for the Canadian Grand Prix 2024

Canadian Grand Prix 2024 schedule
Picture Credits: Formula 1

According to its schedule, the Canadian Grand Prix 2024 will kick-start with the Practice 1 race on Friday, 7 June (1:30 AM SGT on Saturday, 8 June). The hour-long race will be followed by a second practice race, Practice 2 (5:00 AM SGT on Saturday, 8 June).

On Saturday, 8 June, the drivers will take to the Montreal-based track for the final practice session of the Canadian Grand Prix, the Practice 3 race (12:30 AM SGT on Sunday, 9 June). The Qualifying race will be held later that day (4:00 AM SGT on Sunday, 9 June).

It is important to note that the grid for the main race of the Canadian Grand Prix 2024 will be based on the results of the Qualifying race.

The final or main race of the Canadian Grand Prix 2024 will be contested on Sunday, 9 June (2:00 AM SGT on Monday, 10 June onwards).

What is the venue for the Canadian Grand Prix 2024?

Canadian Grand Prix 2024 schedule
Picture Credits: Formula 1

Since 2002, the Canadian Grand Prix has been held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Notre Dame Island in Montreal, Canada. The 4.36-kilometre-long circuit can accommodate up to 100,000 spectators.

Where to watch the Canadian Grand Prix 2024 in Singapore

Canadian Grand Prix 2024 schedule
Picture Credits: Formula 1

Fans in every corner of the world can live stream all the races of the Canadian Grand Prix on F1 TV, the official broadcaster. Those with an F1 TV Pro plan subscription can watch the race live, complete with access to real-time onboard cameras.

In addition, fans in Singapore can watch the races on beIN Sports.

(Main and Featured Images Credits: Formula 1)

This story first appeared on Augustman Singapore

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

– What is the date for the Canadian Grand Prix 2024? 
The Canadian Grand Prix will take place from 7 to 9 June.

– What is the venue for the Canadian Grand Prix 2024? 
The Canadian Grand Prix will be held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Notre Dame Island in Montreal, Canada.

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