Canadian Grand Prix practice in pictures

The crowd get a close look at Adrian Sutil's Force India

The crowd get a close look at Adrian Sutil's Force India

Practice for the Canadian Grand Prix began today. See below for pictures of F1 cars in action at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the first time in two years.

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Images (C) Ferrari spa, Renault/LAT, Williams/LAT, Bridgestone/Ercole Colombo,, Getty Images/Red Bull, Force India F1 Team, Lotus F1, Virgin Racing

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18 comments on Canadian Grand Prix practice in pictures

  1. Fer no.65 said on 11th June 2010, 21:34

    Ferrari dropped the box-like “Marlboro” ad :O!

    • bosyber said on 11th June 2010, 22:32

      Funny how the red makes it look good instead of empty as the white does on the Sauber and the gray on HRT. Of course, you could say that the red is the Ferrari sponsorship, sort of, but it remains an interesting aspect of color choice for liveries.

  2. David Smith said on 11th June 2010, 21:39

    Not sure if its something to do with really strict tobacco advertising in Canada – Keith can you shed any light on this?? (least I wont have to fork out an extra £10 for some barcode decals this year for the mattel model)!!

  3. looks like they changed the pit exit again…for the better

  4. James_mc (@james_mc) said on 11th June 2010, 22:01

    You can really see the way that the Ferrari’s F-Duct is routed through their fin. How much does it affect the air-flow to the rear wing I wonder!

  5. Joe Szpara said on 11th June 2010, 22:14

    No Renault pics? Wow thanks :,(

  6. Prisoner Monkeys (@prisoner-monkeys) said on 12th June 2010, 1:45

    I see Sauber have picked up a new sponsor. I wonder what 1C is …

    • Prisoner Monkeys (@prisoner-monkeys) said on 12th June 2010, 6:19

      Never mind, I know now It’s actually C1, short for “Sauber Club 1″. Apparently it’s a business enterprise for companies to be involved in Formula 1 without actually having a public presence. Sounds lie it defeats its own purpose, but who knows?

  7. CLK_GTR said on 12th June 2010, 6:21

    Mclaren and Merc seems to be running a lot more rear wing than Ferrari, Renault and Red Bull

    I expected a lot sleeker wing setup like monza.

  8. irishlad (@irishlad) said on 12th June 2010, 10:14

    Love Sutil’s pic, fairly close to the grandstand isnt he.

  9. Kremer (@kremer) said on 12th June 2010, 10:53

    Thankfully you (as compared with most other F1 racing sites) include the full hi-res images.

    I say that because I was interested in trying to compare the tyre degradation between team chassis (even knowing that there’s no ID about when any pic was taken after a new tyre change).

    The pics that do show tyre wear are quite striking – knowing that a car would be called in for a change quickly in practice, as opposed to trying to bear with any troubles as much as possible during the race).

  10. GP4 Carl said on 12th June 2010, 13:30

    Anyone else notice how there appears to be more people in the stands for Practice, than there are for some actual races at other venues……

  11. freehead 1 said on 13th June 2010, 23:11

    Sauber have no sigificantl sponsors at all and we are half way through the season, C1 is a conversation with themselves it seems. Peter Sauber’s first little race car was called a C1, and i think this is a link to that. The team has no sponsorship director, or mandated agency, only Peters 30+ year old son Alex Sauber, who has no track record of finding significant sponsors in motor racing at all, he is acting as marketing Director of the team. Maybe it was his idea, C1. Recipe for disaster, it looks like.

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