The 2019 FIA Formula One Championship makes a stop to Monteral for Round 7 of the Championship Circuit. Gilles Villeneuve will play host to Round 7 of the 2019 F1 season with the event first being held there in 1978. The track is named after the Canadian Racing Driver, Gilles Villeneuve.
Mercedes will be looking to outfox rivals Ferrari and Red Bull as they have been dominant so far this season winning all 6 opening races of the 2019 season.
Last year’s event was won by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
The 2.7 Mile Circuit Gilles Villeneuve features 14 turns and 3 DRS Zones. One down the start/finish straight, the second is placed between turns 7 and 8 whilst the third and final DRS Zone is placed between turns 12 and the Wall Of Champions T13 and 14.
The circuit also recived a brand new Pit Building for the 2019 F1 Season after the old one was demolished in 2018.
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