Nico: “I am looking forward to getting back to racing in Canada after leaving Monaco empty-handed.
Sauber F1 Team is once again going to a have longer trip to the Canadian Grand Prix.
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is the first high-speed challenge of the 2015 campaign.
P Zero Red Supersoft, with a completely new compound, makes its GP debut on the slowest and most twisty circuit of the year.
Felipe Nasr: "All in all I am looking forward to racing in Monaco surrounded by a great atmosphere."
Nico Hulkenberg: “From a driver's point of view, Monaco is one of the last tracks in the world where you have absolutely zero margin for error - one mistake and you are in the wall."
Lotus team members share their thoughts on the challenges of racing on the streets of Monte Carlo.
Dr Vijay Mallya: "Our pace has been improving with each race, but we will need to wait a little longer before we can make a big step."
Test and reserve driver Raffaele Marciello will be called into action for the second time this season.
Daniel Ricciardo: "It’s going to be good with three Spanish drivers in this year’s race."
Romain Grosjean: The baby’s due in the next 15 days and I’m hoping that I’ll be home when it comes!
Lewis Hamilton: "Last year was my first win here and it was definitely one I'll remember after a great fight with Nico."
Track temperatures fall as the race goes on.
Next weekend the Bahrain Grand Prix will be the first race of the season held at night.
Ferrari fans will be praying that the heat is turned up this weekend in Shanghai – just as it was at Sepang – to cause the Mercedes challenge to wither.
Once again, after Malaysia, tyre strategy is set to be crucial also in the cooler conditions of Shanghai.
Sahara Force India looks ahead to round three of the 2015 Formula One season in Shanghai.
Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat interview about the next two GPs.
Lotus team’s hopes for something satisfying to take away from the Chinese Grand Prix.