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Canadian GP: Image Gallery

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015

A podium finish may have alluded the Scuderia at the Canadian Grand Prix but the imagery of the weekend’s events didn’t fail to inspire. Kindly enjoy this image gallery of the Canadian Grand Prix of Montreal and witness the spectacle and precision that is F1. Source read...

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Canadian GP: Analysis

Posted by on Jun 8, 2015

Maurizio Arrivabene: “If we look at the race pace, it was good, but a lot of circumstances occurred which prevented us from getting a better result. Sebastian drove a great race, making up thirteen places from the grid position. The upgraded engine gave us a positive feedback read...

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Canadian GP: Raikkonen and Vettel Finish Fourth and Fifth

Posted by on Jun 8, 2015

Kimi Raikkonen was fourth past the chequered flag at the end of the Canadian Grand Prix, finishing 5 seconds ahead of Sebastian Vettel. The Finn was third for much of the race, until he spun at Turn 10 on lap 28, handing the position to Valtteri Bottas. Sebastian Vettel put in a gritty drive read...

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Montreal: Speed and Precision

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015

The Formula One championship now takes a quick break from the European part of the season to tackle the first North American round of the year. Kimi Raikkonen talks about some of the salient points of the Canadian track. “It’s true the Montreal circuit is famous for the fact one gets very read...

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Canadian GP: A Race of Endurance

Posted by on Jun 9, 2014

Marco Mattiacci: “Even before we got to Montreal, we knew this would not be an easy race for us, because this is not a track that suits the characteristics of our car. The final result is definitely not satisfactory, far from it, but the improvement in performance seen over read...

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Canadian GP: A Poor Race for Ferrari

Posted by on Jun 8, 2014

Scuderia Ferrari did not have the best of races today, with Fernando Alonso bringing home the points for sixth and Kimi Raikkonen finishing tenth. The surprise winner was Daniel Ricciardo for Red Bull. It was the Australian’s maiden victory, finishing ahead of series leader Nico Rosberg in read...

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De la Rosa: “Montreal can always catch you out.”

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014

From Monaco, we move on to Canada, which is a significant change, as Scuderia Ferrari test driver, Pedro de la Rosa explains to www.ferrari.com. “Driving in Montreal two weeks after Monaco is a significant change in terms of driving style. From low speed and plenty of understeer, one goes to read...

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Canadian GP – Raikkonen : “We are making progress.”

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014

Some days the press get “talkative Kimi” and other times it’s “laconic Kimi” and today it was a case of the latter, as the Scuderia Ferrari driver was not interested in commenting about feuds between other teams’ drivers, nor seeing much significance in the fact that this Sunday he read...

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F1 on Gilles’ Home Turf

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014

This Sunday sees the 45th running of the Canadian Grand Prix. The race was first held in 1967, when Jack Brabham won in his own car. It’s been held on three circuits: Mosport Park eight times, Mont-Tremblant twice and Montreal, 34 times, making it a classic on the calendar. Ferrari has read...

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