Crashes at Monaco have lead to new Formula One cars for Ferrari's Felipe Massa and Williams driver Pastor Maldonado at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Jun.5 (GMM) Felipe Massa will use a brand new Ferrari chassis in Canada this weekend.
Since Monaco, where he crashed heavily in two near-identical incidents at Ste Devote, the Brazilian has been recovering from a sore neck.
Ferrari identified suspension failure as the cause of the second Monaco crash.
"Of course we focussed on the problems we had with reliability, which absolutely had to be resolved," said team boss Stefano Domenicali on Tuesday.
Spain's EFE news agency also reports that Pastor Maldonado will be at the wheel of a new Williams chassis in Canada, following his heavy Monaco crash.