The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has the most famous wall in F1, but here are five absurd stats you probably don’t ever need to know.
If you covered the track surface 5cm deep in maple syrup it would be enough to fill an Olympic sized swimming pool, roughly 2,834,600 litres, enough for over 60 million pancakes.
If you were to line groundhogs around the track you would need 8,386 to complete one lap.
You could completely cover the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve with 33,797,817 hockey pucks, that’s almost one puck for every person in Canada.
A moose can run at around 30mph, so it would take 6 hours, 21 minutes and 35.250 seconds to run the entire race distance.
A single groundhog running flat out could lap the Canadian GP circuit in 20:55.968.
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