Why did so many drivers struggle with the super soft tyres in second practice? Take a closer look at the times from second practice in Canada with the interactive chart below:
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.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time around the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in the second practice session. But the big story of practice was how most drivers struggled with the super-soft tyres, many of them complaining about severe graining on the option rubber.
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The fastest car through the speed trap in first practice today was not a Mclaren – but a Renault. Take a closer look at the data from first practice in Canada including an interactive chart of all the drivers’ lap times below.
Jenson Button was fastest in the first practice session for the Canadian Grand Prix. Four Mercedes-powered cars occupied the first four places with Michael Schumacher second ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
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After 30 F1 races the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is now one of the most popular venues. Here’s how the track has changed since its first race in 1978.
Practice for the Canadian Grand prix starts today so make sure to join us for live commenting during both sessions. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Canadian GP sells out for 2010 (Autosport) “Montreal has achieved a sell-out crowd for its first Formula 1 race in two years, with the organisers of the Canadian Grand Prix reporting … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 11/6/2010
F1 has a long – and somewhat controversial – history of racing in South Africa. The first world championship race was held there in 1962 and, after 23 races (plus one which was stripped of its championship status), visited the country for the final time in 1993.