Canada Preview: Looking for a seventh winner

Canada Preview: Looking for a seventh winner

Six winners from six races, the promise of high tyre degradation, an unusual track layout and fluctuating form. The Canadian GP is set to be a thriller. Sam Tremayne previews the seventh round of the championship

It's an easy thing to say, but the form book suggests this year's Canadian Grand Prix will be a thriller. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve's unusual layout has a habit of closing up the competitive order at the front, producing spectacular racing and creating random incidents. In a season already characterised by constant surprises, that makes the 2012 F1 guessing game that much harder...

Fittingly for such a changeable opening, there are plenty of subplots heading into the weekend. The relative form of this year's winning teams continues to fluctuate, with the opening six races still yet to establish a clear favourite.

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