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Canadian Grand Prix: When and where to watch Round 9 of 2024 F1 racing championship

After losing out to Charles Leclerc in Monaco, Max Verstappen will look to reclaim pole position and a podium finish and extend his drivers’ championship lead

Canadian Grand Prix: When and where to watch Round 9 of 2024 F1 racing championship
Max Verstappen will hope for a much better race in Canada than he had in Monaco

Last Updated: 08.34 PM, Jun 04, 2024


The Monaco Grand Prix was the first that Max Verstappen was not on the podium this season. At the street circuit race just under a fortnight ago, Verstappen was placed sixth in qualifying, after he hit the wall on his final lap and was unable to improve on his timings, allowing Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to take pole position and win the race as well. After 8 races this season, Verstappen still leads the drivers’ championship with 169 points. Leclerc is not far behind at 138 points.

Top 5 drivers after 8 races

Position Driver Wins Podiums Points
1 Max Verstappen 5 6 169
2 Charles Leclerc 1 5 138
3 Lando Norris 1 4 113
4 Carlos Sainz Jr 1 4 108
5 Sergio Perez 0 4 107

Verstappen has won 5 of the 8 races this season, with a podium finish in a sixth. Monaco was the only misstep so far, so he will look at rectifying that and extending his points lead over Leclerc. The 2024 F1 calendar began in Bahrain in February, followed by Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, China, Miami, Rome and Monaco. After Canada, the championship heads to Spain, Austria and the UK in consecutive weekends. The season has 24 races in all and will end in December in Abu Dhabi.

Constructors' Championship Points Table

Position Team Wins Podiums Points
1 Red Bull 5 10 276
2 Ferrari 2 9 252
3 McLaren 1 5 184
4 Mercedes 0 0 96
5 Aston Martin 0 0 44

The race will be held on June 9 at 11.30 pm (IST), with the practice sessions and Qualifying slated for May 7 and 8. All the sessions can be streamed live on FanCode with OTTplay Premium. Enjoy 23 OTTs like SonyLIV, Zee5, Fancode, Lionsgateplay & 19 more OTTs and 250+ Live TV Channels at just ₹75. 

Held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, the Canadian Grand Prix circuit length is 4.361 km that drivers will cover for 70 laps, for a total of 305.270 km.

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