Ferrari brought some upgrades to its car for the Canadian Grand Prix, but Fernando Alonso could only qualify seventh while team-mate Kimi Raikkonen was down in tenth in Montreal.
Alonso felt that the Mercedes, Red Bull and Williams teams all performed better in Montreal than Ferrari, and that seventh was the best he could have hoped for going into qualifying. The Spaniard knows the race will be interesting with temperatures set to rise, which could mean the strategy when it comes to tyre choices could be more important.
“The result of qualifying reflects the trend we have seen since the start of the season,” said Alonso. “As often happens, even if on Friday we are front runners, on...
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