WATCH: Romanian PM Marcel Ciolacu HILARIOUSLY watched the Canadian GP ahead of election results 

Marcel Ciolacu is currently in the second year of his tenure as the PM of Romania.

WATCH: Romanian PM Marcel Ciolacu HILARIOUSLY watched the Canadian GP ahead of election results 

Canadian Grand Prix (via IMAGO, X/Mahir, screenshot)

The Prime Minister of Romania, Marcel Ciolacu, has shown the world his enthusiasm for F1 recently. Ciolacu hilariously watched the 2024 Canadian Grand Prix instead of the election results on Sunday.

Marcel Ciolacu is a member of the Social Democratic Party in Romania and has been an ardent fan of the pinnacle of motor racing since his early days in politics. He is currently serving the second year of his tenure as PM of Romania.

The Canadian Grand Prix was an action-packed race full of unpredictability and thrills that saw treacherous battles between the teams of Red Bull, McLaren, and Mercedes. In the end, it was Max Verstappen who won the race in Montreal, making it three consecutive wins in Canada for the Dutch driver.

Max Verstappen‘s win in Montreal sees him extend his lead at the top of the championship table to 56 points over second-placed Charles Leclerc, who had a DNF during the race on Sunday. Leclerc will now try to make the most of the coming races in Spain and Austria.

Alex Albon pulls off a sensational move during Canadian GP

Williams Racing driver, Alex Albon pulled the rabbit out of the hat as he overtook two cars at once on the long straight of the Gilles Villeneuve circuit. Albon showed tremendous composure and skill as he breezed past Daniel Ricciardo and Esteban Ocon under rainy conditions.

Alex Albon
Alex Albon (via IMAGO)

Alex Albon signed a new contract with Williams a few weeks ago and is on redemption to perform at par with the top teams on the grid in a search for points and podiums. Albon performed well during the Canadian Grand Prix and was in the running for points before an unfortunate turn of events during the later part of the race, the Ferrari of Carlos Sainz spun after losing control and crashed into Albon’s FW45.

The incident with Carlos Sainz forced the 28-year-old driver to retire from the 70-lap race. However, Albon will be looking to take positives from his performance as he will try to race with all his might in the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix.

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