F1 » Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal - Friday free practice (1)

Jenson Button heads opening practice in Montreal, as McLaren and Mercedes lock out top-four.

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racy - Unregistered

June 11, 2010 5:45 PM

Looks as though Shooey dug in his heels a bit this week. Just wish Canada ticket prices were not so high or would be there. And here in the US Fox is covering the race this weekend, it will be more ads than racing probably. Oh well, take what we can get I suppose. See ya

California Kid - Unregistered

June 11, 2010 6:21 PM

GREAT to see Schumi up there. As for Horner, he needs to shut his mouth more often and focus on keeping his team in one piece. McLaren's strength is truly down to their F-Duct. Like last year and this year They are missing the raw downforce. with DDD's banned and the F-Duct banned. I wonder what will happen. Only time will tell if the Macca and Merc boys can show red bull their gearboxes come qualy. Looking forward to this race.

Yeah this a Ferrari fan, comlimenting Macca and Merc. Take a picture of this post folks. Doesn't happen alot.

Nuevo - Unregistered

June 11, 2010 6:28 PM

Well I expect any team run by Brawn to come good sooner
or later....no matter who is driving...and the Ferrari's..what is up there? From 3rd quickest team to what..5th or 6th? Passed by Renualt, while Merc has jumped to the top....may be a long weekend for Ferrari fans...

sixtenths - Unregistered

June 11, 2010 6:43 PM

Funny how what seemed like such a rubbish season is suddenly turning around, just when, against all odds it looked like McLaren might have turned the tables on RBR, Mercedes join the party too.

Quali may well tell a different story, but at least it is watchable...

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