Canadian GP technical review

Canadian GP technical review

Major upgrades may be on the way mid-season, but all the teams bring new packages to Canada because of its unique low-downforce nature. Gary Anderson takes a look at the latest technical updates

While we await the introduction of the mid-season upgrade packages from a host of teams – including Ferrari in Valencia and McLaren in Silverstone – a lot of work was still required for the Canadian Grand Prix.

The event in Montreal puts pretty unique demands on the cars. Teams run with less downforce than at other tracks because there are only low-speed corners, and a big premium is put on aerodynamically efficient cars.

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