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Canadian Grand Prix: Toro Rosso preview Montreal weekend

Jean-Eric Vergne leads Daniil Kvyat Canada is one of the largest countries on the planet and its boundary with the United States is the longest land border in the world. The vibrant city of Montreal is part of Quebec, the largest province in Canada and the only part of the country with French as its official language, although even our friends at Renault don’t always understand the local version of their language! As for the circuit, on the Ile Notre Dame, it’s a truly unique track, fast, bumpy, narrow, with a long straight and some tight turns. This means engines and brakes get a hard time and the stop-start nature of the layout means traction and acceleration are on the list of...
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