F1 live stream: how to watch the Canadian Grand Prix 2019 live stream online from anywhere. Round seven and it’s time for the Canadian Grand Prix coming at your from Montreal at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. You can live stream all the F1 race action from wherever you are in the world using this guide. You can also learn what’s happened so far and what to expect from the next big Formula 1 race.
The 2019 F1 season has reached Canada and will be held at the dramatic man-made Notre Dame Island in the middle of the St Lawrence River. This course has lots of downforce making it a really fast track to race but there is still lots of heavy braking and chicanes that make this a really exciting race.
Currently, after winning at Monaco in the last race, the leader of the Drivers’ World Championship table is Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, closely followed by his teammate Valtteri Bottas and then Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel some way behind in third.
Canada is the venue for the seventh Grand Prix of the 2019 season, with a track 2.6 miles/4.3 km long that winds its way around the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Below are the times you need to know, with the local Montreal time listed first in all cases.
Practice 3 – Saturday, June 8 at 11am (4pm BST, 11am ET or 8am PT).
Qualifying – Saturday, June 8 at 2pm (7pm BST, 2pm ET or 11am PT).
The Canadian Grand Prix – Sunday, June 9 at 2.10pm local time (so that’s 7.10pm BST, 2.10pm PT, 11.10am ET).
Despite six straight wins this season for Mercedes, the Canadian Grand Prix could be time for an upset as Ferrari can take advantage of those high speed straights – they looked very impressive indeed in practice two. Mercedes is all about the downforce, which this track offers anyway so its advantage could be played out. All that should make for an exciting race and you can stream F1 live from anywhere in the world.
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How to watch the Canadian Grand Prix from outside your country
To see how you can stream F1 live from the Canadian Grand Prix in the UK, Australia, the US, Canada and New Zealand, then scroll a little further down this page to see the broadcast options. But if you try and tune in to your native stream from outside your country.