The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is a classic racing circuit where drivers need a good balance between drag, brake cooling, downforce and mechanical grip to achieve the best lap times, Set on a man made island with an Olympic rowing lake and a canal alongside, it is a beautiful track to drive.
The Canadian Grand Prix has been staged on the Ile Notre Dame since 1978, and is a firm favourite among the drivers, teams and fans. An army of spectators flock to the circuit each year to see their heroes race, making Montreal one of the most eventful and exciting race weekends on the calendar.
FLYING LAP OF THE CIRCUIT GILLES VILLENEUVE
Coming out of the final corner, drivers need a good exit and to...
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