Canadian Grand Prix preview - all you need to know

The Canadian Grand Prix is 70 laps long and consists of 14 turns.

The first race was held in 1967.

Circuit distance: 4.361km

Lap record: 1:13.622 (Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 2004)

Canada has the longest coastline in the world at 125,570 miles - the equivalent of 661 Canadian GP race distances.

Canada's 1997 F1 champion Jacques Villeneuve sold fewer than 1,000 copies of his album Private Paradise in North America.

Quebec produces 75% of the world's maple syrup - 10.5 million gallons - enough to fill 16 Olympic swimming pools.

McLaren have the most wins at the Canadian Grand Prix with 13, followed by Ferrari with 11 and Williams with seven.

Michael Schumacher took seven wins in Canada - the most of any F1 driver in history. Nelson Piquet and Lewis Hamilton share second spot with three each.

The rain-hit 2011 race, won by Jenson Button, lasted four hours, 44 minutes, 39.537secs and saw six safety cars - both F1 records.

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