Canada is a country in North America consisting of ten provinces and three territories. It is the second largest country by land area in the world, after Russia. It first participated in Formula One in 1961, and hosted the first Canadian Grand Prix in 1967. Since 1978, the Canadian Grand Prix has been held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (formerly Circuit Île Notre-Dame), with previous appearances at Mosport Park and Mont-Tremblant.

The first Canadian world champion was Jacques Villeneuve in 1997.

Canadian Drivers[edit | edit source]

World Champions[edit | edit source]

Race Winners[edit | edit source]

Point Scorers[edit | edit source]

Starters[edit | edit source]

Non-starters[edit | edit source]

Circuits[edit | edit source]

Since the first Canadian Grand Prix in 1967, three circuits have hosted the event. In addition, six runnings of the Canadian Grand Prix were held at Mosport Park as non-championship races:

Correct as of the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix

Circuit Map Races Years
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
(Circuit Île Notre-Dame)
CircuitGillesVilleneuve.png 39 1978-86, 1988-2008, 2010-present
Mosport Park Mosport.svg 8 +6 NC 1961-66, 1967, 1969, 1971-74, 1976-77
Circuit Mont-Tremblant Circuit Mont Tremblant.png 2 1968, 1970
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