Canadian GP Review | Podcast Ep 890

Formula 1 Podcast
The Parc Fermé F1 Podcast

In this episode, Todd and Paul review the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix and discuss the challenges of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

The conversation covers the Canadian Grand Prix, discussing the performance of each team and driver. The hosts speculate on the strategies and mistakes made by the teams, highlighting key moments and incidents during the race. They also give out awards for the best moves, worst performances, and standout drives of the race.

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00:00 Introduction and Preview of the Canadian Grand Prix
02:53 Paul’s upcoming race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans
09:42 Overview of the Canadian Grand Prix and the Challenges of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
20:25 Red Bull’s Strategic Excellence and the Importance of Precision and Focus
22:42 The Challenges of Driving in Wet Conditions
31:01 Mercedes’ Improved Pace and George Russell’s First Podium
38:43 Yuki Tsunoda’s Mistake and Promising Performance
41:58 The Competitiveness of the Next Generation of Drivers
44:28 McLaren’s Strong Performance and Lando Norris’ Impressive Drive
48:23 Ferrari’s Disastrous Weekend
57:02 Awards: Best Moves, Worst Performances, and Standout Drives


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A bit of a love fest for Max these days… quick question… why did the Stewards take more than a half second to call for the Safety Car? Just enough time to allow Lando to miss pit in…. and then Horner’s comment “What goes around comes around” on the radio. Link it up.


On Perez… I think you have missed the clues. Horner and Red Bull may want to drop him, MAX doesn’t. Having an “underling” suits Max’s temperament.

Worthless Opinion

Agreed Peter most of these drivers are actually pretty insecure, and no matter what they say they’d rather have Bottas as a teammate than Rosberg. But it also could have to do with distributing unhealthy and overpriced soda in Latin America who knows.

Xean Drury

I will say, the Stewards are always very late to throw the Safety Car call. I don’t know the inner workings of the stewards, but even if you remember back to Australia with George Russel this year: His stricken car was smack dead center of the course after a fast somewhat blind corner. It was an obvious S/C conclusion, yet it still took them all too long to throw it. Clearly they have a whole check list of protocols to go through before they push the big red S/C button, at times to the detriment of driver safety.