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Friday analysis - who has the most to come?

The weather was a little bit iffy at times, but the anticipated rain never materialised during Friday’s Montreal sessions and in general the teams got all their programmes completed as the track temperature rose and fell as the sun came out and then went in again. In general, the track surface was very slippery, as it was slow to rubber in. Pirelli reported a difference of around 0.7s between their soft and supersoft tyre compounds, and expect to see one or two pit stops in the race as a result of the information they gathered. We take a team-by-team look at progress on day one in Canada…MercedesLewis Hamilton, 1m 17.254s, P2/1m 16.118s, P1Nico Rosberg, 1m 17.384s, P3/1m...
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