Canada used to be one off the better races but in the last few years it's got very dull which is a real shame. I guess we can expect another Mercedes win, unless something unexpected happens to one or both of them
They get transported to the wrong race, on the other side of the world maybe ?Canada used to be one off the better races but in the last few years it's got very dull which is a real shame. I guess we can expect another Mercedes win, unless something unexpected happens to one or both of them
The article seems to be about Hamilton hoping/expecting a new engine in Montreal. I didn't see any official Mercedes confirmation.Autosport won't let me read that article because it has stupid rules. Does it say anything about Racing Point and Williams getting the upgraded engine?
We need to improve means we are not there yet... where I live forecast for Sunday is for 28 deg C, sunny, no wind. Hard to say what to do. Outside by the lake it might be good choice to spend some time, counting sheeps on the sky.Former FIA man turned Ferrari sporting boss, Mekies told Auto Hebdo, “We have not progressed as much as we would have liked since the end of the winter tests.
“In terms of absolute performance, we are behind everywhere. We need to improve in the way we manage our aero along with the mechanical grip and our tyres.”
Oops, just realized this article is from last year. Comment about graphic still applies!Canadian Grand Prix preview: Why Ferrari must step up in Montreal
Article from the Montreal Gazette. Also, IMO, really good graphic of track showing cornering speeds, gear, etc.
"To add to the sense of occasion, this weekend marks the 40th anniversary of Gilles Villeneuve’s maiden win in F1 at the first Grand Prix to be held at the Île Norte-Dame track that today bears his name."