The two appalling things about Hockenheim are that the circuit was horribly emasculated a few years ago to create the current configuration, and that even despite that it remains one of the best tracks on the F1 calendar. Since it alternates with the ersatz Nürburgring, I have linked to previous results from 2010 and 2008.
Above as usual is the Indycar results-table for 2011 split into oval and non-oval results. Edmonton is an airport-circuit. The lay-out was drastically changed last year, so results from 2010 and 2009 should probably be ignored.
The ALMS also goes north to Canada, with the P1-class for Mosport including the regular Muscle Milk HPD and Dyson Lola-Mazda entries. Dyson are also running their second entry (an older Lola), this time driven by Eric Lux and (Canadian) Tony Burgess. At the last couple of races, the #16 Dyson has struggled to be faster than the P2 cars, and the two times the #20 Dyson has raced it has been fifteenth and twenty-first for reasons I do not know. I have linked to all the ALMS results this season as I am unaware of any results-table that gives a convenient overview.
Presumably, the bulk of picks will be from Formula One. Indycar has been tricky this year so I would be apt to be very selective. There are certain fast consistent runners in ALMS that seem fairly obvious. My policy and advice has always been pick the consistent from the top-class, but this week it may or may not be worth considering P2 options (I keep a short note for each race on how the LMP1/P1 cars did, upon which my veneer of expertise is based, so I need to do some P2 result-checking myself). Overall, I would suggest the ten you trust most to finish within or near the top-five in results.
Formula One Links:
2012 Standings (has option to view oval or non-oval points)
2012 Points/Results table (Wikipedia anchored link)
2011 Points/Results table (Wikipedia anchored link)
2011 Edmonton Result (below qualification result)
2010 Edmonton Result (below qualification result)
2009 Edmonton Result (below qualification result)
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