Formula One Canadian Grand Prix Winner and Pole Position Betting Odds, Predictions, and Picks

The เครดิตฟรี แค่ กรอก เบอร์ 2022 Formula One Canadian Grand Prix will race from the FIA Grade 1 Circuit Gilles Villenueve in Montréal, Quebec on this approaching Sunday, June 19 in Round 9 of the 22 Round 2022 F1 World Championship race season (ESPN, 2 pm ET/1 pm CT/11 am PT).

Last Sunday, June 12, in the 2022 F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix from the Baku City Circuit in Baku, Azerbaijan, it was most loved Max Verstappen (+110) who was the victor with Sergio Pérez completing in second spot 20.823 seconds behind his Red Bull Racing colleague.

George Russell (Mercedes) was likewise on the platform in third spot with his partner Lewis Hamilton one spot behind him in fourth spot and Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) completing in fifth spot in the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix seven days prior.

F1 Heads to Great White North for Canadian Grand Prix
So with Verstappen triumphant last end of the week in Baku City, an alternate Formula One driver has now won each of the five runnings of the 51-lap Azerbaijan Grand Prix, a race which is challenged on a 20-turn, 3.73 mile (6.0003 km) road circuit track in the Desert heat.

Around here at the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix, Brit Hamilton is the Defending boss, winning the 2021 F1 Grand Prix du Canada with Sebastian Vettel in second put on the platform and Charlec Leclerc completing in third spot at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montréal, Quebec.

The Canadian Grand Prix is a 70-lap, 189.727 miles (305.27 km) run on the 2.71-mile (4.361 km) Circuit Gilles Villeneuve road circuit in Montréal, Quebec and this will be race #1,066 in Formula One history.

With the first spot finish in Azerbaijan, Verstappen stayed in first spot (150 focuses) in the 2022 Formula One Driver standings, 21 focuses in front of his Red Bull Racing RBPT colleague Pérez (129s) in second spot and 34 focuses in front of Charles Leclerc (116 focuses).

So Verstappen has four Wins in the last six races (Saudi Arabia, Italy, Miami, Spain, Azerbaijan) with Leclerc (Bahrain, Australia) intruding on his potential 4-race win Streak just to wind up falling farther behind in the Formula One Driver’s Standings in the end.

The 2022 Formula One season started up recently so it wouldn’t struggle with the forthcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup, which is being held in Qatar, and Qatar won’t have a Grand Prix F1 race this year yet will be back on the Formula One circuit schedule in 2023.

There are a sum of 23 F1 Grand Prixs being held this 2022 season, another circuit record, including another Mini-Grand Prix and that debut 57-lap Miami Grand Prix from the Sunshine State won by Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing who are as yet doing well overall.

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