2013 Canadian Grand Prix – Gilles-Villeneuve

Circuit Overview
Circuit name:            Gilles-Villeneuve Since the first Grand Prix on April 14 1929, organised by Monte Carlo resident and founding president of the Automobile Club de Monaco Antony Noghes, and was won by William Grover-Williams driving a Bugatti. The event was part of the pre-Second World War European Championship and was included in the first Formula One World Championship in 1950. The average fastest speed has risen from 50mph (80 kph) to 88mph (143 kph).
Country:                    Canada
First Grand Prix:      1978
Length:                      4.361 km
No of Laps:               70
Turns:                        14
Lap record:               1:13.622 – R Barrichello (2004)
Last winner:              Lewis Hamilton
Last Race Results

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