As it always has been, Monaco was every bit exciting and full of surprises. F1 now moves on to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada. The circuit is another tricky one, though in an entirely different sense compared to Monaco. It features a kilometre long straight road, high end hairpins and difficult chicanes, which test the performance of the drivers very well.
Canada circuit layout
The weather looks fine with 20% chances of rain, and things will spice up indeed if it does rain, much like the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix, which saw Jenson Button coming from the last position to take the race victory.
We bring you 5 things to look for ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix:
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