[F5] Canadian Grand Prix October 12, 2018, 06:49:37 am Next stop on the calendar brings the PSGL F5 grid to Montreal by the St Lawerence freeway, a beautiful setting for what should be a spectacular Grand Prix. Named after the legend Gilles Villeneuve, this circuit always throws up a classic. There have been some spectacular racing and hair racing moments in years gone by. Who can remember that incredible Robert Kubica crash in which the Pole was lucky to walk away from. With three DRS points, overtaking here is a real possibility, the long straight down to the famous Wall of Champions provides the best opportunity along with the option of the switchback at the hairpin before that. Being a tight circuit the first lap will be interesting as the cars sort themselves out. Not forgetting the unusual pit exit as you join on the racing line for turn 2. Also speeding in the pit lane here is a real possibility given the top speeds you pick up down the long straight. What are your predictions for the podium here?What do you think it takes to be a world champion in PSGL?How did the last round go for you?What is your favourite thing about this track?