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Formula 1 begins to tour in Canada

Friday 17.6.2022-Last update - 16:08Two free practice rounds are scheduled for this Friday, from 3 to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 7 p.m. (Argentine time);

Formula 1 begins to tour in Canada


Friday 17.6.2022

Last update – 16:08

Two free practice rounds are scheduled for this Friday, from 3 to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 7 p.m. (Argentine time); and on Saturday there will be another series of tests (from 14 to 15) and the classification test (from 17 to 18).

The Grand Prix will take place on Sunday from 3:00 p.m. There will be 70 laps of the 4,361-meter circuit, to complete 305.27 kilometers of competition.

The lap record at the Gilles Villeneuve is held by Finn Valtteri Bottas, with Mercedes, in 2019: 1.13.078.

The championship is led by the current champion, the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), with 150 points. He is followed by his teammate, the Mexican Sergio Pérez (129), and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari, 116).

The Constructors’ Cup is led by Red Bull, with 279 units, escorted by Ferrari with 199, Mercedes with 161 and McLaren with 65.

motorcycle gp

The Moto GP begins this Friday, with two training sessions, the road to the German Grand Prix, which, for the tenth date of the specialty calendar, will be held on Sunday at the Sachsenring circuit, located in Hohenstein-Ernstthal.

Of the first nine dates of the championship, Italian Enea Bastiani (Ducati) won three times, and his compatriot Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) achieved two wins, as did the current monarch, Frenchman Pol Espargaró (Yamaha). While the Portuguese Miguel Oliveira (KTM), and the Spanish Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), scored a victory each.

In Germany, Fabio Quartaro will seek to stretch the advantage that places him as leader.

After nine races, Frenchman Fabio Quartaro (Yamaya) is at the top of the standings, with 147 points, followed by Spaniard Aleix Espargaró (Aprilia), 125, Italian Enea Bastianini (Ducati), 94, and Frenchman Johann Zarco (Ducati), 91.

The first eight places are completed by the Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), 81 units, the South African Brad Binder (KTM), 73, and the Spanish Alex Rins, 69, and Joan Mir, 69, both with Suzuki.

TN in Neuquen

The National Tourism, with its Classes 2 and 3, begins its activity this Friday today, with training and the first classification of the minor class, facing what will be the fifth date of its calendar, which will be held on Sunday at the racetrack Neuquén Province Park.

After four rounds of the Class 2 championship, Christian Abdala (Toyota Etios) from Chubut leads the positions, with 116 points, followed by missionary Facundo Bustos (Gol Trend), 99, and Matías Signorelli (Nissan March), 94 from Buenos Aires. .

undefinedClass 2 and 3 of the TN will race in Neuquén this weekend.

Completing the first eight, Matías Cravero from Córdoba (Ford Fiesta Kinetic), with 93 units, and behind are Marcos Fernández (March), 78, from Santa Fe, Miguel Ciaurro (Gol Trend), 75, from San Juan, Facundo Leanez (Toyota Etios), 75, and Rafael Juan Ignacio Canela (Gol Trend), 64.

Class 3 is led by Loberense Jonatan Castellano (Chevrolet Cruze), with 93 points, followed by Carlos Javier Merlo (Toyota Corolla), 90, Jerónimo Teti (Chevrolet Cruze) 87, and Cordovan Facundo Chapur ( Ford Focus), 79.

The first eight close, Fabian Yannantuoni from Santa Fe (Fiat Tipo), 64 units, Leonel Pernía from Tandil (Ford Focus), 64, Alfonso Domenech from Pergamin (Ford Focus), 62, and José Manuel Urcera from Rio Negro (Peugeot 408), 60.