FIA Formula 1 World Championship 1998 Round 07 Canada

The 1998 Canadian Grand Prix was Round 7 of the 1998 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. The event was held in Montreal, Canada on Sunday, 28 September 1998. David Coulthard started on pole position in the McLaren Mercedes and Michael Schumacher was the race winner in the Ferrari.

Grand Prix Player's du Canada 1998 Race Result
Pos.No.DriverNationalityTeamTyreLapsRace TimeGapIntervalBest LapLapSpeedPoints
13Michael SchumacherGermanyFerrariGoodyear691:40:57.355--1:19.37948181.29610
25Giancarlo FisichellaItalyBenetton PlaylifeBridgestone691:41:14.017+16.662+16.6621:20.94234180.7996
34Eddie IrvineGreat BritainFerrariGoodyear691:41:57.414+1:00.059+43.3971:21.32754179.5164
46Alexander WurzAustriaBenetton PlaylifeBridgestone691:42:00.587+1:03.232+3.1731:21.69466179.4233
518Rubens BarrichelloBrazilStewart FordBridgestone691:42:18.868+1:21.513+18.2811:22.23944178.8892
619Jan MagnussenDenmarkStewart FordBridgestone681:41:26.7071 lap1 lap1:22.86732177.8071
722Shinji NakanoJapanMinardi FordBridgestone681:41:27.9371 lap+1.2301:22.90767177.771
820Riccardo RossetBrazilTyrrell FordGoodyear681:42:17.3711 lap+49.4341:23.41860176.339
916Pedro DinizBrazilArrowsBridgestone681:42:19.3611 lap+1.9901:21.81467176.282
101Jacques VilleneuveCanadaWilliams MecachromeGoodyear631:41:14.6046 laps5 laps1:21.23361165.061
DNF23Esteban TueroArgentinaMinardi FordBridgestone531:21:24.9341:22.93953172.679
DNF9Damon HillGreat BritainJordan Mugen HondaGoodyear421:09:22.0061:21.93325160.608
DNF11Olivier PanisFranceProst PeugeotBridgestone391:00:17.6961:21.66939171.575
DNF2Heinz-Harald FrentzenGermanyWilliams MecachromeGoodyear2032:41.4921:22.43012162.280
DNF7David CoulthardGreat BritainMcLaren MercedesBridgestone1829:40.6631:20.85211160.884
DNF15Johnny HerbertGreat BritainSauber PetronasGoodyear1829:50.5991:23.46610159.991
DNF17Mika SaloFinlandArrowsBridgestone1829:52.0951:24.4518159.858
DNF8Mika HakkinenFinlandMcLaren MercedesBridgestone
DNF10Ralf SchumacherGermanyJordan Mugen HondaGoodyear
DNF14Jean AlesiFranceSauber PetronasGoodyear
DNF12Jarno TrulliItalyProst PeugeotBridgestone
DNF21Toranosuke TakagiJapanTyrrell FordGoodyear