Sports race in Canada

Since 1967, Grand Prix Formula One auto race is being conducted every year and since 1978 is being held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. The track was named for Canada’s first Grand Prix driver, the late Gilles Villeneuve, whose son, Jacques, won the Formula One World championship in 1997.

Several Canadians have starred in American Championship Car Racing and towing, most notably Jacques Villeneuve, who won the 1995 CART championship and Indianapolis 500 before moving to Formula One, and Paul Tracy, who gained the 2003 CART title and collected 31 race wins. Races were held in Mont-Tremblant and Mosport road courses and on street circuits in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Edmonton. In 2008, Champ Car merged with its long-time rival, the Indy Racing League (since renamed INDYCAR), under the banner of the latter body’s top series, the IndyCar Series. The Edmonton race was transferred over to the new series immediately, and the Toronto event was added for 2009.

CASCAR (the Canadian Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) was the country’s governing body for amateur and professional stock car racing and the CASCAR Super Series was the highest-level stock car racing series in the country. In 2006, NASCAR purchased CASCAR and rebranded the Super Series as the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, now known as the NASCAR Pinty’s Series; nevertheless, the series remains Canada’s top-level stock car racing circuit. In 2007 the Castrol Canadian Touring Car Championship was formed. Because Canada is NASCAR’s largest market outside the United States, NASCAR brought the NAPA Auto Parts 200 Busch Series (now Xfinity Series) race to Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in 2007. The race remained on the schedule until being discontinued after the 2012 season. Beginning the next year, NASCAR brought the Camping World Truck Series to Mosport with the Chevrolet Silverado 250.

Canadians have combined to win 53 races in American Championship Car Racing (Including 1 Indianapolis 500), 17 races in Formula 1 and 7 races in NASCAR’s top 3 divisions (1 in the Cup Series).

Grand Prix Formula One race is held in many countries every year in which number of trained / professional drivers take part and perform their best efforts.Formula 1 releases dates for 2019 Montreal Grand Prix.

The Formula 1 World Championship has released the dates and locations for the pinnacle of automobile racing for the 2019 season.

The Grand Prix will consist of record number 21 races, spread out all over the globe. 11 of the 21 races will take place in Europe, five in Asia, four in the Americas and one in Australia.The F1’s stop in Montreal will be the only Grand Prix race in Canada, is slated to take place on June 9, 2019.

The 2019 season will begin on March 17 with the Australian Grand Prix and will finish on December 1 with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

2019 will also mark an outstanding achievement in the history of the sport, celebrating the 1000th Grand Prix race since its inception in 1950. The milestone race will be hosted at the Chinese Grand Prix on April 14, 2019.