Canadian Grand Prix – The seventh round of the 2017 Formula 1 season takes place on Sunday, June 11 at 7pm. Sebastian Vettel leads Lewis Hamilton by 25 points as we head towards the Canada Grand Prix.
Ferrari speedy, Vettel was victorious in the last F1 race – the Monaco Grand Prix, further extending his lead at the top of the pile.
Practice, qualifying and race time for the Canadian Grand Prix
Friday June 9
Practice 1 – 3pm – 4.30pm
Practice 2 – 7pm – 8.30pm
Saturday June 10
Practice 3 – 3pm – 5pm
Qualifying – 6pm – 7pm
Sunday June 11
Race – 6pm – 7pm
What TV channel is showing the Canadian Grand Prix 2017?
Sky Sports F1 will be showing all the action live.
Channel 4 will be airing highlights of the race on Sunday night at 10.30pm.
TV Coverage Details
Friday: Canadian Grand Prix first practice live – Sky Sports F1 – 14:45 – 16:30
Friday: Canadian Grand Prix second practice live – Sky Sports F1 – 18:45 – 20:30
Saturday: Canadian Grand Prix third practice live – Sky Sports F1 – 14:45 – 16:00
Saturday: Canadian Grand Prix qualifying live – Sky Sports F1 – 17:00 – 18:00
Saturday: Canadian Grand Prix qualifying highlights – Channel 4 – 22:30
Sunday: Canadian Grand Prix live – Sky Sports F1 – 17:30 – 19:00
Sunday: Canadian Grand Prix highlights – Channel 4 – 22:30
CIRCUIT GILLES VILLENEUVE
Length of lap: 4.361km
Lap record: 1:13.622 (Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 2004)
Start line/finish line offset: 0.000km
Total number of race laps: 70
Total race distance: 305.270km
Pitlane speed limits: 80km/h in
practice, qualifying, and the race
► Large sections of ageing guardrail have been replaced by wall blocks, mainly in Turns 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 and 10. All the new walls have been fitted with new debris fences of varying height. A new debris fence has also been installed on the wall on the driver’s right between Turn 14 and the finish line.
► The gravel around the outside of Turn 8 has been replaced by asphalt and the Grass-Cretearound the outside of Turn 13 has also been replaced by asphalt.
► Tyre barriers have been replaced by TecPro barriers in Turns 1, 2, 3, 8, 10 and 13 and a 180m SAFER barrier has been installed around the outside of Turn 5.
► A second gate has been installed in the pit wall.
► There are two DRS zones at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. They share a single detection point, located 110m before Turn Nine. The first activation point is 55m before Turn 12 and the second is 70m after Turn 14.