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Canada GP: Preview - Williams

This quick nip across the pond is one of the most popular jaunts on the F1 calendar. Montreal becomes a party town over the grand prix weekend and the townsfolk embrace the sport entirely. Their passion for F1 extends into the grandstands, where their noise and enthusiasm is usually rewarded with an exciting race.The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is situated on the man-made Ile Notre Dame in the St Lawrence river and it's the first high-speed challenge of the season. The lap has an average speed of 130mph, its long straights and tight chicanes providing the teams with a fascinating set-up compromise. The idea is to take off as much wing as possible, without compromising braking stability - and...
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