Hamilton is strong in Canada and Mercedes have won every race so far this season, so the only real question, who will win best of the rest?
50th Canadian GP and 40th at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
3 circuits have hosted the Canadian GP, the other two being Mosport Park and Mont-Tremblant
4.361km long lap
70 lap race
305.270km total race distance, the third shortest race on the 2019 calendar, behind Monaco and China
19 wins from pole (48.72%)
25 wins from the front row (64.10%)
23 different race winners
Michael Schumacher has the most race wins with 6
Ferrari have the most of a team with 11
Hamilton has 6 wins in Canada, one more would match Schumacher’s record at the track
Vettel has won the Canadian GP twice, including last year, while Ricciardo, Kubica and Raikkonen have one win each
Grosjean should make his 150th race start
If Bottas takes pole it will be his 10th
You could completely cover the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve with 33,797,817 hockey pucks, that’s almost one puck for every person in Canada.
If you covered the track surface 5cm deep in maple syrup it would be enough to fill an Olympic sized swimming pool, roughly 2,834,600 litres, enough for over 60 million pancakes.