As I am a biased writer, I think one of the greatest races of the modern era took place in Montreal in 2011. Jenson Button pitted 6 times, was in every possible position you can imagine, and forced the near perfect Sebastian Vettel into an error on the last lap, letting him win the race. If you have the means, I must urge you to watch the 2011 race, as everything that can possibly happen, does.
So, in about three days, I will be in the land of the canuk, as I am journeying up to Montreal to see the race in person. I haven’t been this excited to see a race since the first Grand Prix here in Austin. Now, I haven’t been out of the country since I was an infant, and I am so pumped to see one of my favorite races on the calendar in person. From what I have heard, the race takes over the city, much like it does here in Texas, with a street festival, and plenty of meetups and events. Plus, did I mention how great the track is? Canada is one of the fastest and most exciting races of the year. From the Jenson surprise win in 2011, to Smiley Dan winning for the first time there last year, the racing is always great all across the grid.
Now, as I am leaving the country, and trying to get everything together so I can bring you all the best coverage of Canada that I can, this is a short entry. But, before I go, I will remind you to watch the 2011 race, and prepare for Lewis Hamilton to want blood after losing his race last week. See you all next week, and comment and let me know if you will be in Canada!