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Canada 2023! Everything You Need To Know...

Updated: Jun 19, 2023

The Canadian GP is here and among the illustrious lineup of races, few can match the raw excitement and fervor generated by the Canadian Grand Prix. Nestled in the vibrant city of Montreal, this legendary event captivates motorsport enthusiasts from around the globe, offering a mesmerizing blend of speed, skill, and unforgettable moments.


Every year, the picturesque Circuit Gilles Villeneuve comes alive with the thunderous roars of the world's finest race cars, weaving through its challenging twists and turns. From the awe-inspiring acceleration on the long straights to the nail-biting overtakes at hairpin bends, the Canadian Grand Prix delivers an unrivaled spectacle that leaves spectators on the edge of their seats.


This is also the home race for Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll who finished P10 last year, but with the vast improvements of the Aston car this year, I am sure he will be able to improve upon this!


If you want more information on the teams and drivers, you can read all about them here!

 

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Canada Schedule (BST):


Friday 16th June 2023:

Free Practice 1: 18:30-19:30

Free Practice 2: 22:00-23:00


Saturday 17th June 2023:

Free Practice 3: 17:30-18:30

Qualifying: 21:00-22:00


Sunday 18th June 2023:

The Race: 19:00

 

About The Track:

  • The first grand prix to be held here was in 1978 and was originally called the Circuit Ile Notre-Dame.

  • The circuit has 2 DRS zones. The first is between Turn 5 and 6, and the second starts just after Turn 9. Accompanying this, there is a speed trap along the back straight as the drivers approach Turn 13.

  • The race will have 70 laps of the 4.361km track.

  • The lap record was set by Valtteri Bottas in 2019 at 1:13.078.

  • The circuit is named after Canadian racing driver Gilles Villeneuve, who achieved immense success in Formula 1. His aggressive and daring driving style, coupled with his unwavering determination, left an indelible mark on the sport.

  • Located on Île Notre-Dame, an artificial island in the St. Lawrence River, the circuit offers a unique and picturesque setting. It combines the urban charm of Montreal with the tranquility of the surrounding nature, creating an extraordinary backdrop for the race.

  • The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve boasts one of the highest average speeds on the Formula 1 calendar. With long straights like the legendary "Senna Straight," where drivers can reach speeds of over 200 mph (320 km/h), it provides an exhilarating experience for both competitors and spectators.

 

Free Practice Updates:


Free Practice 1 -


FP1 began with an almost immediate red flag due to Gasly experiencing car issues. The circuit was also experiencing CCTV issues so remained red flagged. FP1 was eventually called off and FP2 was extended by 30 minutes. Due to this, not all of the drivers set a time.


Times by Teams:


Alfa Romeo

  • Valtteri Bottas: P1. 1:18.728. Completed 3 laps.

  • Zhou Guanyu: P9. 1:24.961. Completed 3 laps.


AlphaTauri

  • Yuki Tsunoda: No Time.

  • Nyck De Vries: P12. 1:32.274. Completed 3 laps.


Alpine

  • Esteban Ocon: No Time.

  • Pierre Gasly: No Time.


Aston Martin

  • Fernando Alonso: P3. 1:19.807. Completed 3 laps.

  • Lance Stroll: P2. 1:19.175. Completed 3 laps.


Ferrari

  • Carlos Sainz: P10. 1:25.991. Completed 3 laps.

  • Charles Leclerc: P11. 1:26.809. Completed 3 laps.


Haas

  • Kevin Magnussen: P7. 1:24.045. Completed 3 laps.

  • Nico Hulkenberg: P8. 1:24.336. Completed 3 laps.


McLaren

  • Lando Norris: No Time.

  • Oscar Piastri: P6. 1:21.496. Completed 3 laps.


Mercedes

  • Lewis Hamilton: No Time.

  • George Russell: No Time.


Red Bull

  • Max Verstappen: P5. 1:20.231. Completed 3 laps.

  • Sergio Perez: P4. 1:20.154. Completed 3 laps.


Williams

  • Alex Albon: No Time.

  • Logan Sargeant: No Time.


Overall Results of FP1:

Position

Driver

Team

Gap

1

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

1:18.728

2

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

+0.447

3

Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin

+1.079

4

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

+1.426

5

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

+1.503

6

Oscar Piastri

McLaren

+2.768

7

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

+5.317

8

Nico Hulkenberg

Haas

+5.608

9

Zhou Guanyu

Alfa Romeo

+6.233

10

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

+7.263

11

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

+8.081

12

Nyck De Vries

AlphaTauri

+13.546

Free Practice 2 -


Times by Teams:


Alfa Romeo

  • Valtteri Bottas: P7. 1:14.220. Completed 40 laps.

  • Zhou Guanyu: P14. 1:14.811. Completed 37 laps.


AlphaTauri

  • Yuki Tsunoda: P15. 1:14.941. Completed 43 laps.

  • Nyck De Vries: P16. 1:15.002. Completed 38 laps.


Alpine

  • Esteban Ocon: P18. 1:15.092. Completed 17 laps.

  • Pierre Gasly: P10. 1:14.477. Completed 39 laps.


Aston Martin

  • Fernando Alonso: P4. 1:14.044. Completed 38 laps.

  • Lance Stroll: P9. 1:14.419. Completed 31 laps.


Ferrari

  • Carlos Sainz: P3. 1:13.844. Completed 39 laps.

  • Charles Leclerc: P5. 1:14.094. Completed 38 laps.


Haas

  • Kevin Magnussen: P12. 1:14.533. Completed 36 laps.

  • Nico Hulkenberg: P20. 1:16.369. Completed 11 laps.

Hulkenberg caused a red flag in FP2 after an ICU failure on his car brought his session to a close.


McLaren

  • Lando Norris: P13. 1:14.617. Completed 40 laps.

  • Oscar Piastri: P11. 1:14.533. Completed 38 laps.


Mercedes

  • Lewis Hamilton: P1. 1:13.718. Completed 30 laps.

  • George Russell: P2. 1:13.745. Completed 31 laps.


Red Bull

  • Max Verstappen: P6. 1:14.142. Completed 34 laps.

  • Sergio Perez: P8. 1:14.250. Completed 29 laps.


Williams

  • Alex Albon: P17. 1:15.003. Completed 33 laps.

  • Logan Sargeant: P19. 1:15.426. Completeed 38 laps.


Overall Results of FP2:

Position

Driver

Team

Gap

1

Lewis Hamilton

​Mercedes

1:13.718

2

George Russell

Mercedes

+0.027

3

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

+0.126

4

Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin

+0.326

5

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

+0.376

6

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

+0.424

7

Valtteri Bottas

Afla Romeo

+0.502

8

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

+0.523

9

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

+0.701

10

Pierre Gasly

Alpine

+0.759

11

Oscar Piastri

McLaren

+0.815

12

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

+0.826

13

Lando Norris

McLaren

+0.899

14

Zhou Guanyu

Alfa Romeo

+1.093

15

Yuki Tsunoda

AlphaTauri

+1.223

16

Nyck De Vries

AlphaTauri

+1.284

17

Alex Albon

Williams

+1.285

18

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

+1.374

19

Logan Sargeant

Williams

+1.708

20

Nico Hulkenberg

Haas

+2.651


Free Practice 3 -


Times by Teams:


Alfa Romeo

  • Valtteri Bottas: P9. 1:24.988. Completed 22 laps.

  • Zhou Guanyu: P18. 1:26.750. Completed 23 laps.


AlphaTauri

  • Yuki Tsunoda: P8. 1:24.955. Completed 24 laps.

  • Nyck De Vries: P16. 1:25.725. Completed 24 laps.


Alpine

  • Esteban Ocon: P19. 1:26.840. Completed 10 laps.

  • Pierre Gasly: P6. 1:24.825. Completed 19 laps.


Aston Martin

  • Fernando Alonso: P3. 1:24.483. Completed 18 laps.

  • Lance Stroll: P7. 1:24.944. Completed 22 laps.


Ferrari

  • Carlos Sainz: P5. 1:24.765. Completed 14 laps.

Sainz crashed into the barriers at Turn 1 causing a red flag. Damage to the car is unknown yet; hopefully for the team it is minimal with qualifying only a few hours away.

  • Charles Leclerc: P2. 1:23.397. Completed 22 laps.


Haas

  • Kevin Magnussen: P4. 1:24.715. Completed 23 laps.

  • Nico Hulkenberg: P11. 1:25.140. Completed 20 laps.


McLaren

  • Lando Norris: P13. 1:25.198. Completed 21 laps.

  • Oscar Piastri: P12. 1:25.191. Completed 25 laps.


Mercedes

  • Lewis Hamilton: P10. 1:25.087. Completed 20 laps.

  • George Russell: P15. 1:25.435. Completed 20 laps.


Red Bull

  • Max Verstappen: P1. 1:23.106. Completed 22 laps.

  • Sergio Perez: P17. 1:25.857. Completed 20 laps.


Williams

  • Alex Albon: P14. 1:25.379. Completed 21 laps.

  • Logan Sargeant: P20. 1:27.279. Completed 16 laps.


Overall Results of FP3:

Position

Driver

Team

Gap

1

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

1:23.106

2

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

+0.291

3

Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin

+1.377

4

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

+1.609

5

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

+1.659

6

Pierre Gasly

Alpine

+1.719

7

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

+1.838

8

Yuki Tsunoda

AlphaTauri

+1.849

9

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

+1.882

10

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

+1.981

11

Nico Hulkenberg

Haas

+2.034

12

Oscar Piastri

McLaren

+2.085

13

Lando Norris

McLaren

+2.092

14

Alex Albon

Williams

+2.273

15

George Russell

Mercedes

+2.329

16

Nyck De Vries

AlphaTauri

+2.619

17

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

+2.751

18

Zhou Guanyu

Alfa Romeo

+3.644

19

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

+3.734

20

Logan Sargeant

Williams

+4.173

 

Qualifying Updates:


Eliminated in Q1 -

Zhou Guanyu (on his first lap his car already lost power, whilst he was able to get going again he couldn't find the pace).

Pierre Gasly

Logan Sargeant

Nyck De Vries

Yuki Tsunoda


Eliminated in Q2 -

Charles Leclerc

Sergio Perez

Valtteri Bottas

Lance Stroll

Kevin Magnussen


Though to Q3 -

Alex Albon

Max Verstappen

Oscar Piastri

Esteban Ocon

Fernando Alonso

Lando Norris

Carlos Sainz

George Russell

Lewis Hamilton

Nico Hulkenberg


OVERALL RESULTS OF QUALIFYING:


*this does not take into account any penalties, final starting grid can be found under 'The Race' section*


The time listed shows the driver's fastest qualifying lap for their respective final qualifying sessions. Blue is for Q3, red is for Q2, and no background colour is Q1. For the driver's times for Q1, Q2, Q3, see below in 'Qualifying Results by Team'.

Position

Driver

Team

Time

1

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

1:25.858

2

Nico Hulkenberg

Haas

1:27.102

3

Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin

1:27.286

4

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

1:27.627

5

George Russell

Mercedes

1:27.893

6

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

1:27.945

7

Lando Norris

McLaren

1:28.046

8

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

1:29.294

9

Oscar Piastri

Mclaren

1:31.349

10

Alex Albon

Williams

No Q3 Time

11

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

1:20.615

12

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

1:20.959

13

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

1:21.484

14

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

1:21.678

15

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

1:21.821

16

Yuki Tsunoda

AlphaTauri

1:22.746

17

Pierre Gasly

Alpine

1:22.886

18

Nyck De Vries

Alphatauri

1:23.137

19

Logan Sargeant

Williams

1:23.337

20

Zhou Guanyu

Alfa Romeo

1:23.342

Times by Teams:


Alfa Romeo

  • Valtteri Bottas: P15. Q1 = 1:22.332. Q2 = 1:21.821.

  • Zhou Guanyu: P20. Q1 = 1:23.342.


AlphaTauri

  • Yuki Tsunoda: P16. Q1 = 1:22.746.

  • Nyck De Vries: P18. Q1 = 1:23.137.


Alpine

  • Esteban Ocon: P6. Q1 = 1:22.114. Q2 = 1:20.406. Q3 = 1:27.945.

  • Pierre Gasly: P17. Q1 = 1:22.886.


Aston Martin

  • Fernando Alonso: P3. Q1 = 1.21.481. Q2 = 1:19.776. Q3 = 1:27.286.

  • Lance Stroll: P13. Q1 = 1:22.677. Q2 = 1:21.484.


Ferrari

  • Carlos Sainz: P8. Q1 = 1:22.248. Q2 = 1:19.856. Q3 = 1:29.294.

  • Charles Leclerc: P11. Q1 = 1:21.843. Q2 = 1:2-.615.


Haas

  • Kevin Magnussen: P14. Q1 = 1:22.351. Q2 =1:21.678.

  • Nico Hulkenberg: P2. Q1 = 1:22.730. Q2 = 1:20.305. Q3 = 1:27.102.


McLaren

  • Lando Norris: P7. Q1 = 1:21.998. Q2 = 1:19.347. Q3 = 1:28.046.

  • Oscar Piastri: P9. Q1 = 1:22.190. Q2 = 1:19.659. Q3 = 1:31.349.

Piastri did spin and collide with the barriers which brought his Q3 to a close early.


Mercedes

  • Lewis Hamilton: P4. Q1 = 1:21.554. Q2 = 1:20.426. Q3 = 1:27.627.

  • George Russell: P5. Q1 = 1:21.798. Q2 = 1:20.098. Q3 = 1:27.893.


Red Bull

  • Max Verstappen: P1. Q1 = 1:20.851. Q2 = 1:19.092. Q3 = 1:25.858.

  • Sergio Perez: P12. Q1 = 1:22.151. Q2 = 1:20.959.


Williams

  • Alex Albon: P10. Q1 = 1:21.938. Q2 = 1:18.725. Q3 = No Q3 time set.

  • Logan Sargeant: P19. Q1 = 1:23.337.

 

Pre-race Penalties:

  • Nico Hulkenberg has been given a 3 place grid drop penalty for ared flag infringement in Q1.

  • Carlos Sainz, Yuki Tsunoda, and Lance Stroll have all been given a 3 place grid drop penalty for impeding.

 

The Race:


Starting Grid -

Position

Driver

Team

1

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

2

Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin

3

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

4

George Russell

Mercedes

5

​Nico Hulkenberg

Haas

6

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

7

Lando Norris

McLaren

8

Oscar Piastri

McLaren

9

Alex Albon

Williams

10

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

11

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

12

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

13

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

14

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

15

Pierre Gasly

Alpine

16

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

17

Nyck De Vries

Alphatauri

18

Logan Sargeant

Williams

19

Yuki Tsunoda

AlphaTauri

20

Zhou Guanyu

Alfa Romeo


Race Updates -


Lap 1 -  Verstappen keeps his pole position. Hamilton has a great start and moves up to P2. Tsunoda pits for hards.

Lap 7 - Piastri overtakes Hulkenberg to take P6. Sargeant has to park the car in Turn 6 and do a yellow flag is waved. There is a virtual safety car to allow his car to be removed from the track. 

Lap 9 - Leclerc is gaining on Norris but is unable to make the overtake. 

Lap 11 - Stroll overtakes Gasly to take P13. Gasly pits for hards.

Lap 12 - Hulkenberg, Stroll, and De Vries pit for hards. Leclerc chases Norris for P7. 

Lap 13 - Russell hits the wall and loses part of his right rear tyres. There is a lot of debris on the track and a safety car is deployed. Hamilton, Verstappen, Alonso, Norris, Piastri, Albon, Ocon, and Zhou pit. Alonso and Hamilton almost collide exiting the pits. Russell’s pit team are able to repair his car quickly and he rejoins P20. 

Lap 14 - Race control note the unsafe release for Hamilton and Alonso. A similar situation occurred between Norris and Albon but that has not been noted by race control as of yet.

Lap 16 - Safety car ends and Verstappen is able to keep us position safely. Leclerc, Sainz, and Perez didn’t put and gained track positions of P4, P5, and P6 respectively. 

Lap 17 - Race control notes Norris for an unsafe release. 

Lap 20 - Ocon managed to overtake Bottas to take P8. 

Lap 23 - Alonso has DRS on Hamilton and takes P2. Hamilton is able to cling to the rear of Alonso, meaning Alonso is not quite clear from an attack from Hamilton. 

Lap 24 - Stewards have decided no penalties for Hamilton or Norris for their unsafe releases in the pits. 

Lap 28 - Stroll pits for hards.

Lap 29 - Albon is able to overtake Magnussen to take P10. 

Lap 32 - Hulkenberg pits for hards. 

Lap 33 - Zhou pits for hards. Norris is noted by race control for driving unnecessarily slowly under the safety car. 

Lap 34 - Gasly pits for the hards. 

Lap 35 - Tsunoda pits. Magnussen and De Vried go wheel to wheel whilst De Vries under brakes. Russell is able to take advantage of this and go on the inside of both and take P12. De Vries and Magnussen both end up in the run off section after Turn 3 leading to a yellow flag. Both cars are able to maneuver so no safety car is required.

Lap 37 - Magnussen pits for hards. Ocon and Bottas also pit for hards and mediums respectively.  Norris also pits for hards. 

Lap 38 - Perez pits mediums and rejoins P7. Piastri pits for hards and emerges P13. Norris given a 5 second time penalty for his infringement under the safety car. 

Lap 39 - Sainz pits for yards and emerged P5. 

Lap 40 - Leclerc pits for hards and emerges P4 

Lap 41 - Hamilton pits for mediums and rejoins P3. 

Lap 42 - Alonso pits but does have a 23 second advantage over Hamilton so emerges in his P2 position. Verstappen pits for mediums and rejoins P1.

Lap 49 - Russell is chasing Albon in attempts to take P7. Alonso is told to carry on with his “lift and coast” technique. 

Lap 55 - Russell has to retire the car due to a brake issues. 

Lap 64 - Norris is able to go down the inside of Bottas and go wheel to wheel into the final chicane. 

Lap 67 - Norris reports the rear wing of Ocon’s Alpine to be very loose.

Lap 69 - Perez pits for softs and keeps P6. 

Lap 70 - Verstappen takes the chequered flag and the 100th win for Red Bull. Norris and Ocon are wheel to wheel into the final chicane and battling it out until the line. Perez is able to take the fastest lap away from Hamilton.


Race Results -

Position

Driver

Team

Gap

Pit Stops

1

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

2

2

Fernando Alonso

Aston Martin

+9.570

2

3

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

+14.168

2

4

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

+18.648

1

5

Carlos Sainz

Ferrari

+21.540

1

6

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

+51.028

2

7

Alex Albon

Williams

+60.813

1

8

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

+61.692

2

9

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

+64.402

2

10

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

+64.432

1

11

Oscar Piastri

McLaren

+65.101

2

12

Pierre Gasly

Alpine

+65.249

2

13

Lando Norris

McLaren

+68.363

2

14

Yuki Tsunoda

Alphatauri

+73.423

2

15

Nico Hulkenberg

Haas

+1 Lap

2

16

Zhou Guanyu

Alfa Romeo

+1 Lap

2

17

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

+1 Lap

2

18

Nyck De Vries

Alphatauri

+1 Lap

2

DNFs -

Logan Sargeant

George Russell


Fastest Lap - Sergio Perez at 1:14.481


Driver of the Day - Alex Albon

 

Any Other News:


 

Championship Standings:


World Constructor Championship

Position

Team

Points

Gap

1

Red Bull

321

2

Mercedes

167

-154

3

Aston Martin

154

-13

4

Ferrari

122

-32

5

Alpine

44

-78

6

McLaren

17

-27

7

Alfa Romeo

9

-8

8

Haas

8

-1

9

Williams

7

-1

10

AlphaTauri

2

-5

World Driver Championship

Position

Driver

Points

Gap

1

Max Verstappen

195

2

Sergio Perez

126

-69

3

Fernando Alonso

117

-9

4

Lewis Hamilton

102

-15

5

Carlos Sainz

68

-34

6

George Russell

65

-3

7

Charles Leclerc

54

-11

8

Lance Stroll

37

-17

9

Esteban Ocon

29

-18

10

Pierre Gasly

15

-14

11

Lando Norris

12

-3

12

Alex Albon

7

-5

13

Nico Hulkenberg

6

-1

14

Oscar Piastri

5

-1

15

Valtteri Bottas

5

-0

16

Zhou Guanyu

4

-1

7

Yuki Tsunoda

2

-2

18

Kevin Magnussen

2

-0

19

Nyck De Vries

0

-2

20

Logan Sargeant

0

-0


 

A Track for THE Track: Canada 2023 Edition:


Get ready to rev your engines and immerse yourself in the electrifying atmosphere of the Canadian Grand Prix. As the engines roar and the anticipation builds, I've curated a thrilling playlist that will fuel your adrenaline and keep the excitement going from start to finish. This carefully crafted playlist brings together a dynamic fusion of pop and rock hits, spanning different eras and styles. From timeless classics that have stood the test of time to modern anthems that dominate the charts, each song has been handpicked to amplify the thrill of the weekend. You can listen to the playlist here or scroll to the bottom of the page!

  1. "Rock and Roll" by Led Zeppelin: This timeless classic embodies the essence of rock and roll with its dynamic guitar riffs and energetic rhythm. It fuels a sense of rebellion and unleashes the wild side within.

  2. "Complicated" by Avril Lavigne: This pop-rock anthem by Canadian singer Avril Lavigne became an instant hit in the early 2000s, blending catchy melodies and rebellious lyrics that perfectly complement the adrenaline-filled atmosphere of the Grand Prix.

  3. "Like I Love You" by Justin Timberlake: Released in 2002 as Justin Timberlake's debut solo single, this R&B-infused pop track showcases his smooth vocals and infectious beats. Its modern sound and infectious energy make it a standout addition to the playlist.

  4. "Locked Out of Heaven" by Bruno Mars: This modern pop-rock fusion exudes a retro vibe with its catchy hooks and infectious energy. Its driving rhythm and Bruno Mars' soulful vocals make it an irresistible addition to the playlist.

  5. "Paint It Black" by The Rolling Stones: With its haunting melody and edgy lyrics, this classic rock track adds a touch of mystery and intrigue. Its distinctive guitar riff and Mick Jagger's distinctive vocals create a captivating atmosphere.

  6. "Can't Feel My Face" by The Weeknd: This chart-topping hit by Canadian singer The Weeknd combines elements of pop and R&B with a catchy chorus and a groovy beat. Its modern sound and irresistible vibe make it a perfect fit for the Grand Prix playlist.

  7. "Uprising" by Muse: Combining alternative rock with a touch of electronica, this modern hit encourages listeners to rise up and challenge the status quo. Its driving rhythm and powerful vocals create a sense of rebellion and determination.

  8. "Watermelon Sugar" by Harry Styles: With its groovy melody and summery vibes, this pop track adds a touch of fun and playfulness to the playlist, perfect for a lively Grand Prix event.

  9. "Sweet Child o' Mine" by Guns N' Roses: This iconic rock ballad combines powerful guitar solos and Axl Rose's signature vocals, capturing the essence of both passion and excitement.

  10. "Baba O'Riley" by The Who: This classic rock anthem closes the playlist with its iconic synthesizer intro and energetic guitar riffs. Its youthful spirit and anthemic chorus perfectly capture the thrill of the Grand Prix.



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