Canadian Grand Prix qualifying: Live stream, TV channel, start time, and Circuit Gilles Villeneuve info for F1 2018 race

LEWIS HAMILTON heads to Montreal aiming to equal Michael Schumacher's record of seven victories at the Canadian Grand Prix.

The Brit finished third behind Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel two weeks ago in a forgettable race in Monaco.

 Lewis Hamilton could equal Michael Schumacher as the most successful driver of all time in Canada

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Lewis Hamilton could equal Michael Schumacher as the most successful driver of all time in Canada

When is the Canadian Grand Prix?

The Monaco Grand Prix takes place on Sunday, June 10.

It will be a teatime start for fans in the UK with the race beginning at 7.10pm (1.10pm local time).

Practice one and two will take place on Friday, June 8 at 3pm and 7pm respectively with practice three following on Saturday, June 9 at 4pm.

The battle for pole will begin at 7pm on Saturday, June 9.

What TV channel is the Canadian Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?

The Canadian Grand Prix weekend will be live on Sky Sports F1.

Coverage of the race will begin at 5.30pm on Sunday, June 10. You can watch it live on NOW TV with a Sports Day Pass, costing £7.99.

On Friday, June 8, F1 will be on air from 2.30pm and on Saturday, June 9, coverage will begin at 3.45pm.

To find out which races are being covered on Channel 4, click here.

What circuit is the Canadian Grand Prix held at and how many laps do drivers race?

The Canadian Grand Prix is held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

Previously named the Île Notre-Dame Circuit, it was renamed after the untimely death of former Ferrari driver Villeneuve in 1982.

Drivers will race 70 laps.

Daniel Ricciardo wins the Monaco F1 GP as Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel reflect on an amazing race

LEWIS HAMILTON heads to Montreal aiming to equal Michael Schumacher's record of seven victories at the Canadian Grand Prix.