Lewis Hamilton will have more wins in Canada than at any other Grand Prix if he triumphs this weekend, while Ferrari will be hoping to return to the podium.
The defending Formula One champion topped the podium last time out in Monaco and will be hoping to make it back-to-back triumphs with a fifth race win in Montreal this weekend.
However, Ferrari will be keen to put up a better challenge than they did in the principality when Sebastian Vettel finished fourth and Kimi Raikkonen retired.
Here, with the help of Opta data, we take a look at the some of the key figures behind the Canadian Grand Prix:
0 - Ferrari missed out on a podium for the first time in 2016 at the Monaco Grand Prix.
1 - Felipe Massa is the only driver to have earned points in every race this season.
5 - If Hamilton adds to his four wins in Montreal on Sunday, the circuit will become his most successful. However, he would still be two short of matching Michael Schumacher's record in Canada.
7 - Should Sergio Perez replicate his feat of finishing on the podium in Monaco he will equal Pedro Rodriguez as the Mexican driver with the most top-three finishes in F1.
8 - Defending champion Hamilton ended his worst run without a win since 2014, ending an eight-race winless streak by triumphing in Monaco.
11 - Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo's pole in Monaco ended Mercedes' run of qualifying first for 11 straight Grand Prix.
35 - McLaren have the most wins (13), pole positions (11) and fastest laps (11) in Canada.
50 - Mercedes have reached 50 wins in Formula One: Hamilton (23), Nico Rosberg (18), Juan Manuel Fangio (8) and Stirling Moss (1).