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10 reasons why the Canadian GP is pretty good, eh

Yes, it's a Buzzfeed style post, which means that I should be able to get away with the 'eh' pun in the headline. Having watched far too many American sitcoms where they make fun of Canada, this article risks descending into a kerfuffle of maple syrup and Robin Sparkles. Instead, let's focus on the racing… 1. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is all kinds of awesome Is it a street circuit? Is it a permanent circuit? Is it both? We'll say both. This track really does test the ability and gall of both the driver and the car. All of the greats have won here, but it does often spring a surprise. Jean Alesi's win in 1995 came out of the blue, whilst Jenson Button's titanic comeback in 2011...
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