F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Here’s When, Where and How to Watch 2024 Circuit Race in India

Here's all you need to know about the upcoming 2024 F1 Canadian Grand Prix, set to unfold over 70 laps of the iconic 4.361-kilometre Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on Sunday, June 09th.

By Divyam Dubey | on June 7, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

The F1 spectacle arrives in Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix, the ninth instalment of the 2024 season. The charged ambience of Circuit Gilles Villeneuve awaits another thrilling clash for dominance. Fresh from his triumphant victory in Monaco, Charles Leclerc aims to maintain his winning streak. Yet, his success has stirred the standings – trailing Max Verstappen by 32 points, though Verstappen's lacklustre Monaco finish has intensified the championship rivalry. Ferrari and McLaren have seized upon Red Bull's misfortune, narrowing the gap in the Constructors' Championship. Adding to the intrigue, rain is predicted for the entire race weekend. Recall the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix, the longest in F1 history due to a deluge? This weekend may echo that, testing driver and team prowess amid unpredictable weather. So without wasting any time, here is the full schedule for the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix according to Indian time.

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F1 Canadian Grand Prix 2024: Official Montreal Race Schedule 

Friday, June 07

Canadian GP FP1 - 11:00 pm - 12:00 am

Saturday, June 08

Canadian GP FP2 - 02:30 am - 03:30 am

Canadian GP FP3 - 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Sunday, June 09

Qualifying - 01:30 am - 02:30 am
Canadian GP Race - 23:30 pm

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F1 Canadian Prix 2024: Where to Watch in India

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For Indian Formula One enthusiasts, FanCode and F1TV Pro stand out as the primary platforms for catching all the excitement. FanCode offers flexible packages tailored to different preferences. At just Rs 49, fans can opt for a weekend pass for a specific race, gaining access to all sessions. Alternatively, the Rs 599 season bundle caters to those seeking to immerse themselves in every moment of the entire season.

In contrast, an F1TV subscription in India is priced at around Rs 2,500 per year, making it a pricier option compared to FanCode. However, the premium plan offers enticing extras. Subscribers gain access to live timing data, exclusive pre and post-race analysis, driver onboard camera feeds, and a vast archive of content, ensuring a comprehensive Formula One experience.

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