Formula 1: 2013 Canadian Grand Prix Preview

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Formula 1: 2013 Canadian Grand Prix Preview
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The Formula One world heads over the Atlantic Ocean for the first time in 2013 this weekend for the Canadian Grand Prix.

The venue will be the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Montreal's Ile Notre Dame, the 33rd time the race has taken place here. It will be the 43rd Canadian Grand Prix in totalthe others were held at Mosport Park or Mont-Tremblant.

Gilles Villeneuve was one of the most exciting true racers the sport has ever seen, and the circuit which bears his name does justice to his memory. You're not likely to see a dull race here.

Michael Schumacher won here seven times, but of the current field only Lewis Hamilton (with three) has more than a single victory.

Most teams have a bogey track or two, and this is one of Red Bull's. Though the dominant team of recent years, they've never won in Canada, and have scored only three podiums.

If history repeats itself, their rivals will see this as a golden opportunity to close the gap.

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