-June 9th, 1999- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 5, No. 23-

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The F1 Insider
by Mitch McCann 

Mitch's unique narration of the F1 events

1999 SuperStats
by Rory Gordon 

Evaluating drivers through various stats

The F1 FAQ
by Mark Alan Jones 

You got a question? We have the answer

The Atlas F1 Trivia Quiz
by Marcel Schot 

Time to test how well you really know F1

The Grapevine
by The F1 Rumors Team 

Rumours and speculations in the F1 world

Canadian Grand Prix

H 86F/30°C L 63F/17°C
Sunny and warm.
H 88F/31°C L 64F/18°C
Sunny and warm.
H 91F/33°C L 68F/20°C
Sunny and hot.


The Canadian GP Preview
by Ewan Tytler 

The sixth round of The 1999 F1 World Championship arrives at Montreal, a favourite venue amongst drivers and fans alike. Ewan Tytler plows through the field, brings the quotes and places his predictions of the race outcome

Test Times Analysis
by Michele Lupini 

The results of the last GP in Barcelona had little to do with the testing times set at the same venue earlier in the year. However, looking back, testing does teach us something, says Michele Lupini

A Lap of Montreal

Atlas F1 takes you for a detailed drive around the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

The Nostalgia Column
by Marcel Schot 

Marcel Schot takes a look back at the history of Formula One's much beloved Canadian Grand Prix. From the emotional win of Gilles Villeneuve to the mayhem of last year's race - Canada has always been, if not anything else, entertaining

Canadian Grand Prix
by Alpenland Sportwetten 

M Schumacher2.50 Hakkinen2.50
Coulthard5.00 Irvine8.00
Frentzen20.00 Barrichello20.00
R Schumacher20.00 Hill25.00
Zanardi25.00 Fisichella25.00
Villeneuve25.00 Wurz30.00

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