Canadian GP (2017)
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Mercedes' problems in Monaco may well have been an isolated incident, especially as they didn’t affect both cars in the same way, but that didn’t stop the team from making changes for Canada.
Ferrari has undoubtedly made a significant stride forward in 2017 and seemingly has a car for all conditions but the team is obviously not resting on its laurels, as it introduced a revamped aero kit for the Canadian GP.
Williams F1 deputy team principal Claire Williams says rookie Lance Stroll’s ninth place at his home race in Canada has served as "real vindication" after a difficult start to the season.
Red Bull endured a troubled start to 2017, but has made clear progress over the opening races of the campaign, with a further step seemingly made in Canada.
Lewis Hamilton put the disappointment of Monaco behind him with a stunning performance in Montreal, while title rival Sebastian Vettel was forced into damage control after an early clash.
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McLaren-Honda's straightline speed deficit to rival Formula 1 teams in the Canadian Grand Prix was "dangerous", according to Fernando Alonso.
Force India's Sergio Perez says he's driving for his team's best interest, rather than focusing on his own, following teammate Esteban Ocon's complaint about his driving tactics in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton slashed Formula 1 rival Sebastian Vettel's championship lead with a dominant victory in the Canadian Grand Prix at Montreal.
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McLaren ended its long victory drought in Formula 1 on Saturday night when it triumphed in the resurrected teams’ boat race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Fernando Alonso claims his McLaren chassis was “very, very competitive” in Canadian Grand Prix qualifying, allowing for the power deficiency of the Honda engine.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes is still searching for clear answers on how to set-up its Formula 1 car correctly for Pirelli’s ultrasoft tyre, despite Lewis Hamilton claiming pole in Canada.