Formula 1 Montreal GP: Schedule, broadcast and start time for qualifying & race

After the spectacular race in Monaco, the action continues this weekend with the Montreal GP. Will there be another three-way battle for victory?

The Canadian Grand Prix takes place on Sunday, June 9. The Montreal GP starts at 20:00 German time.

Here you can find all the information about the 2024 Canadian Grand Prix: schedule with all start times, TV and streaming coverage and the favorites with betting odds

Montreal GP schedule: Broadcast & start time

Date & Start time: When is the Formula 1 Montreal GP 2024?

After the two European races in Imola and Monaco, Formula 1 heads to North America, where the Canadian Grand Prix is scheduled for this weekend.

The Montreal Grand Prix takes place on Sunday, June 9, at 20:00 our time.

Like the last few races, the Canadian Grand Prix will be held in the classic format

The Montreal GP schedule starts with the first free practice session, which is scheduled for Friday (June 7) at 19:30 CEST. The second free practice session will then follow at 23:00 German time.

The action continues on Saturday (June 8) at 18:30 with the third free practice session. Qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix will then take place at 22:00 CEST.

The Montreal Grand Prix will then take place on Sunday from 20:00 German time

Formula 1 broadcast: Who is showing the Montreal GP live?

The Formula 1 TV broadcast for the 2024 season will be shown in full on Sky in Germany. Every session can be seen there – from practice and qualifying to the race. Individual qualifying sessions, sprints and races will also be broadcast on free-to-air TV on RTL.

The Montreal GP will be broadcast live and exclusively on Sky this weekend.

The Munich-based pay-TV provider will broadcast the entire race weekend on Sky Sport F1. Pre-race coverage begins on Sunday at 18:30, which is 90 minutes before the start of the race.

Montreal GP schedule & Live coverage on Sky

  • Fr., 7.6., from 19:30, Sky Sport F1: 1st free practice
  • Fr., 7.6., from 23:00, Sky Sport F1: 2nd Free Practice
  • Sat., 8.6., from 18:30, Sky Sport F1: 3rd free practice
  • Sat., 8.6., from 22:00, Sky Sport F1: Qualifying
  • Sun., 8.6., from 18:30, Sky Sport F1: Pre-race reports
  • Sun., 8.6., from 19:55, Sky Sport F1: Race

The Sky show will be hosted by Peter Hardenacke. He is supported by Ralf Schumacher and Timo Glock, who are on duty as experts.

As usual, the Canadian Grand Prix will be commentated by Sascha Roos.

A Montreal GP broadcast on free-to-air TV on RTL is not planned. However, there will be live coverage of the Montreal qualifying on Saturday on RTL live on TV and in the live stream on RTL+.

The favorites for the Montreal GP 2024

Who will win the 2024 Canadian Grand Prix? Max Verstappen is once again the top favorite to win.

The Dutchman has won five of the eight races so far. He continues to lead the world championship standings by a large margin, which is why he is also the clear favorite in Montreal for betting provider Bwin.

The Red Bull driver has stood at the top of the podium in Canada in each of the past two years. Can he complete the treble in 2024?

In the last race in Monaco, Verstappen had little to do with victory. In the end, the three-time world champion only finished sixth. Regardless of the betting odds, Formula 1 has recently seen more excitement again.

This is thanks to Charles Leclerc (138, 2nd) and Lando Norris (113, 3rd), who won in Monaco and Miami respectively. Both are also seen as Verstappen’s biggest rivals for the upcoming race in Canada.

Oscar Piastri and Carlos Sainz are among the contenders for a top finish. In Monaco, both shone with 2nd and 3rd place, while Mercedes face another difficult weekend

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