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.
Kimi Raikkonen says he hasn’t a clue why his Ferrari suddenly spun out of control on his out-lap after his first pitstop, which threw away a podium finish in the Canadian Grand Prix.
The gap between Mercedes drivers is 17 points now.