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How to watch, stream the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix

Max Verstappen Max Verstappen - The Canadian Press

The next stop on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar is north of the border with the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, June 18 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.

You can watch all three practice sessions, qualifying and the race LIVE on TSN,, the TSN App, or see multiple feeds at once with the TSN Multiplex.

F1 returned to Canada last summer for the first time since 2019 as the 2020 and 2021 Canadian GPs were called off due to COVID-19.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was fastest in qualifying to draw pole position and held off Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz for the victory. It was his sixth win in nine races and first career title in Montreal.

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, whose seven career Canadian GP titles match Michael Schumacher for the most all-time, finished third to round out the podium.

Canadians Lance Stroll and Nicholas Latifi finished 18th and 19th, respectively.  


How to watch the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix

Free practice sessions one and two
When: Friday, June 16
FP1 start time: 1:20pm ET
FP2 start time: 4:30pm ET
Where to watch: TSN1, TSN5,, TSN+

Free practice session three and qualifying
When: Saturday, June 17
FP3 start time: 12:30pm ET
Qualifying start time: 4:00pm ET
Where to watch: TSN5,, TSN+

Canadian Grand Prix
When: Sunday, June 18
Pre-race coverage: 12:30pm ET
Race start time: 2:00pm ET
Where to watch: TSN4, TSN5, CTV,, TSN+

Full F1 broadcast schedule can be found here.



Don’t forget to download the TSN App for this weekend’s race to get the exclusive TSN Augmented Reality Experience powered by Bell 5G. This live A.R. experience lets you visualize the track in real-time 3D with Live Rankings, Driver Stats, Circuit Info and more. Download the TSN App today