Canadian GP (2015)
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The Canadian Grand Prix highlighted some of the main problems Formula 1 is currently facing, with drivers focused on saving tyres, brakes and fuel rather than pushing to the limit. It's time to end this, says Jonathan Noble
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo said Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix was “like banging your head against the wall”, and that his team has big issues to deal with to be competitive again.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes made it look pretty straightforward as they cruised to victory in the Canadian Grand Prix. But, as Adam Cooper reveals, there was much more to it than what was seen on track.
Kimi Raikkonen: "...for some reason today in both the outlaps something odd happened with the throttle, and I could not control it."
Valtteri Bottas: "We were racing hard today and we earned the podium."
Mercedes AMG Petronas heading Ferrari by 105 in the Constructors' battle.
Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff says the Canadian Grand Prix 1-2 finish for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has proved that its Monaco pitstop debacle was a one-off blunder.
The gap between Mercedes drivers is 17 points now.
Nico Rosberg had no choice but to run with the 'bad' set of tyres in final qualifying that ultimately cost him a shot at pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson finished 13th and Felipe Nasr 15th.
Romain Grosjean fifth and Pastor Maldonado sixth for tomorrow’s Canadian GP
Lewis Hamilton will start the Canadian Grand Prix from pole position after topping qualifying in Montreal on Saturday.
Nico Rosberg recorded the fastest time in final practice ahead of qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix at Montreal, as his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton struggled.
Daniel Ricciardo says he is surprised at the pace shown by Lotus and Force India in practice for the Canadian Grand Prix, but that he expects Red Bull Racing to be quicker than them on Sunday.
Nico Hülkenberg: "The car has performed well so far and I’m fairly happy with the balance and confident with the performance."
Marcus Ericsson: "I am satisfied with this first day of practice in Montreal."
Lewis Hamilton has shrugged off his crash in free practice for the Canadian Grand Prix, but pointed out it wasn’t his choice to go out in the wet conditions.
Lewis Hamilton put the disappointment of Monaco behind him by setting the pace in the opening free practice session for this weekend’s Candian Grand Prix in Montreal.
Sauber says that the decision to delay using Ferrari's upgraded engine until the Belgian Grand Prix is a strategic one aimed at helping it end the Formula 1 season on a high.
Fernando Alonso says he does not expect improved performance from the Honda power unit in the Canadian Grand Prix, despite the Japanese manufacturer using two of its development tokens.