Transcript from the post-race press conference.
Transcript from the post-qualifying press conference.
Nico Rosberg claims pole position for the third time this season - Hannah Taylor has the full qualifying report.
Mercedes leads the way once again in FP3.
Transcript of the Thursday press conference organised by the FIA for the 2014 Canadian Grand Prix
"People say the track is dangerous and maybe that’s part of its appeal” - Jean-Eric Vergne.
Nico Hulkenberg looks to extend his run of points finishes this weekend; Sergio Perez hopes to resume his points-scoring streak in Montreal this weekend.
Alexander Rossi, Caterham F1 Team Reserve Driver and Caterham Racing GP2 race driver, will drive in two FP1 sessions this season at the Canadian and US Grands Prix.
FIA president Jean Todt and Marc Paulin will serve as the honorary co-chairs at "The Grand Evening" in Montreal.
Emmo will be on hand in the hospitality area, celebrating the 40th anniversary of his second World Championship.
Another big weekend of racing is in the books, and what did we learn this time? Read on to find out.
Renault-powered cars have scored a total of 315 points in 2013, 45% of the points available.
The softest tyre in Pirelli’s Formula One range proved to be up to a second faster than the medium with a rapid warm-up time, making it a key element of Vettel’s sprint strategy.
Jean-Eric Vergne: "I passed Bottas and Raikkonen and from then I managed my race, keeping an eye on Sutil who was behind me for much of the time."
The team will take positives from its performance in qualifying yesterday and will be working hard to improve the overall pace of the FW35 in time for its home race at the British Grand Prix.
Today was Kimi Raikkonen's 35th consecutive race finish – 27th consecutive with Lotus F1 Team – and 24th consecutive Grand Prix points finish; the latter statistic meaning he equals Michael Schumacher’s record.
Sahara Force India celebrated its 100th race today and scored seven points with Paul Di Resta and Adrian Sutil finishing in seventh and tenth places in the Canadian Grand Prix.
The 22 points they brought back home today sees the Scuderia maintain second place in the Constructors’ classification and Fernando jump back up to second in the Drivers’.
Monisha Kaltenborn, Team Principal: "This is a weekend to forget."
With a total of 25 points this afternoon on Canadian GP, Mercedes is now third in the Constructors' Championship.
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel celebrated his victory on Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, after five years of trying, beating Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton to the checkered flag.
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel set pole position on the intermediates with a time of 1m25.425s.
Martin Whitmarsh: "There’s still a lot to play for.”