Lewis Hamilton, McLaren, Montreal, 2011

2011 Canadian Grand Prix practice in pictures

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Pictures from the first day of practice for the Canadian Grand Prix.

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12 comments on “2011 Canadian Grand Prix practice in pictures”

  1. Toro Rosso have coloured gold their new sponsor, instead of the white they used during the last race.

  2. I’ve just given up hope of Mercedes ever having a new front wing.

    1. Fred Schechter
      10th June 2011, 22:13

      You’re thinking of Red Bull, they give you wings;)

  3. Nice to see some close-up shots of the spectators and cars in the same image.

  4. OMG! HRT has new sponsors!? I can see some really tiny stickers at the front wing endplates…
    AND some updates as well!
    This team is going places…

    1. The HRT is really easy on the eye.

  5. Haha, The picture of Hamilton waving to the crowd at the Hairpin is brilliant!

    1. Fantastic photo, I’ve made it my desktop.

  6. Just thought of something, with De La Rosa using his McLaren overalls in practice does that mean if he gets on the podium with Hamilton and Button,a they will all be wearing McLaren overalls? Or will Sauber fly in some Sauber ones for him overnight?

    1. If they have not got a spare suit they’ll fly one there – the helmet and cars were updated to match the name/sponsors, the overalls will be either plain if they have not got any, but as they have two days to do so, I think they’ll have a proper one.

  7. I hope someone can tell me if any of these cars appeared in Talladega Nights. It’s awesome to reference Will Ferrell.

  8. Brilliant pictures. I love how enthusiastic the crowd is in Montreal. Hell, it’s only Friday!

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