It’s that time again, that odd week when the Formula 1 world tour takes a break from the European season to race in North America. As drivers, teams and fans flock to Montreal for the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix, fans at home get to see the amazing Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in the bright Canadian sunshine.
The 2.709-mile (4.361-kilometer) circuit is as much a fan favorite as it is a driver favorite. The hairpin at turn 10 and the infamous Wall of Champions at the final turn make the circuit as fun to watch as it is to drive. As we prepare for the 2018 edition, here’s a recap of the last five Canadian Grands Prix.