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5. Track walk on Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

I am a fan of motor racing. And like many other, I started by watching Formula 1 when I was in elementary school. I remember watching epic battles between Michael Schumacher and Mika Hakkinen. 770 more words

Behind The Scenes Of The Montreal Grand Prix, Mid '90's.

For some time now, i have wanted to share the following photos.  I have been keeping them in a photo album (yeah, remember those?  They still exist) for many years and just decided to scan them last night. 259 more words


#MyHour at Parc Jean-Drapeau

Following the interest in the hour record recently and Wiggo’s recent success in breaking the record, some friends and I are challenging each other to try to ride the furthest we can in an hour during the month of June. 371 more words


Canadian GP Offers More Than Just Lewis Hamilton's Win and Mercedes' Dominance

MONTREAL — Lewis Hamilton’s victory for Mercedes at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday was not the most thrilling race the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve has ever produced, but they can’t all be classics, can they? 14 more words

On This Day in #F1: 15th June

Brought to you by TheJudge13 contributor: Carlo Carluccio

– 1997: Michael Schumacher wins his second Grand Prix of the year

On this day, 18 years ago, Michael Schumacher won his second Grand Prix of the year, to overtake Jacques Villeneuve in the points standings. 665 more words


Dave Stubbs: Mercedes' dominance makes for a less-than-scintillating Grand Prix show

The fans in Circuit Gilles Villeneuve’s grandstands rose Sunday afternoon with warm, polite applause to recognize Lewis Hamilton’s Formula One Canadian Grand Prix victory.

The Mercedes pilot’s fourth career win on strangely smooth Montreal asphalt was clinical, dominant, efficient and, in truth, it was much less than stirring to anyone who wasn’t in the joyful Mercedes garage or paddock. 1,231 more words