Canadian GP technical round-up

Canadian GP technical round-up

Montreal's layout is unlike anything else in Formula 1, and that means teams are bringing out special parts for Canada as well as upgrades. Craig Scarborough explains all

As a semi-permanent track, the Circuit Gilles Villenueve circuit poses a unique challenge to the teams. It combines both fast and slow, with long high-speed straights interspersed with a variety of relatively slow corners.

As there are no fast turns, downforce isn't so important. Good top speed and low-speed mechanical grip are, however, critical.

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