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Formula 1 have refused to confirm a report that the 2021 Canadian Grand Prix has been cancelled, instead saying discussions are continuing.
Formula 1’s three consecutive street races in May and June, including the Monaco Grand Prix, are set to be called off next month, according to reports.
By not doing more to try and ensure the Canadian Grand Prix went ahead, Montreal has missed a great opportunity, says the race President.
The organisers of the Canadian Grand Prix have refuted reports that the Montreal race has been handed an October slot on the revised calendar.
Ferrari could determine whether the Canadian GP takes place with Patrick Carpentier saying it is inconceivable to race without Ferrari.
A Canadian Grand Prix official reckons they have a “two or three week” window in which to decide whether to go ahead with the Montreal race or postpone it.
Emanuele Pirro, one of the stewards that made the call to penalise Sebastian Vettel in Canada, is “hurt” by the criticism levelled at him by the likes of Mario Andretti and Nigel Mansell.
He’s had to wait since Germany 2018, but Sebastian Vettel is on pole again for the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix.
As the Formula 1 circus rolled into town, here’s what the bosses had to say ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix…
The new pit buildings which have been completed at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve have been described as “almost a miracle”.
The Canadian Grand Prix has proven to be one of the most exciting and unpredictable features of the Formula 1 calendar since its first staging in 1967.
The racing may not be the best at present but Ross Brawn says it is at least delivering a “really exciting” championship battle.
Ross Brawn has apologised to Winnie Harlow after she came in for some stick for waving the chequered flag a lap early in Canada, a mistake that was not her own doing.
hank you Winnie Harlow for making the Canadian Grand Prix remotely interesting…and giving us a priceless reaction from Daniel Ricciardo.
Having called for Carlos Sainz to be black flagged in Canada, Sergio Perez was “surprised” that the Renault driver did not receive any penalty at all.
Which drivers produced the goods in Montreal and who needs to improve heading into the triple-header of race weekends?
Although Valtteri Bottas was second in Montreal on Sunday, Toto Wolff says it was a “shit” result for Mercedes and suggests there could be consequences.
Sebastian Vettel has hit back at critics of a boring Canadian GP, saying “people today are so short-sighted.”
Brendon Hartley has declared that he is “fit, healthy” after undergoing scans at a local hospital following his Canadian GP crash.
Winnie Harlow may have waved the chequered flag too early in Canada but it was not her fault, rather “miscommunication” between the starter guy and race control.
Valtteri Bottas says he is not upset with his runner-up result in Montreal, after all, his Mercedes just was “not quick enough.”
Realising the chequered flag had been waved prematurely, Sebastian Vettel says he was worried fans would “jump on the track” while the race was still going.
The Canadian Grand Prix may not have not have been one for the highlight reel but at least the result breathed some fire into the title race.
Lewis Hamilton was very critical of the engine rules in Formula 1 after he limped home in P5 at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo has said he struggled to get to grips with the new Renault power unit after finishing P4 in Canada.
The Canadian Grand Prix result has been classified after 68 laps after model Winnie Harlow prematurely waved the checkered flag.
Sebastian Vettel has re-taken the lead at the top of World Championship standings after a dominant lights-to-flag victory in Canada.
Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen faced the media in the wake of Sunday’s Canadian GP.
Sebastian Vettel played down any significance of leapfrogging Lewis Hamilton at the top of the World Championship standings after winning in Canada.
Retiring from Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix while racing for points, Fernando Alonso says he now only wants to talk about Le Mans and his possibilities there.