Both Renault and Haas drivers will take on the Canadian GP without any super-soft tyres to maximise its allocation of softs and ultra-softs
Jolyon Palmer continues to endure an F1 baptism of fire, despite soaking conditions extinguishing his hopes in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Daniel Kvyat and Marcus Ericsson are punished for accidents in the Monaco Grand Prix, but bigger names escape censure by the F1 stewards.
Red Bull Racing will continue with Renault power for the next two seasons, while Scuderia Toro Rosso will return to the fold in 2017 too.
Kevin Magnussen may be delighted to get an uprated Renault V6 for Monaco, but knows that the team's chassis needs urgent attention too.
Max Verstappen appears prepared to come back down to earth after his win in the Spanish Grand Prix, but says there is more to come from him and Red Bull.
UPDATED: Kevin Magnussen and Daniel Ricciardo will make use of the revised Renault power unit at the Monaco Grand Prix for Renault and Red Bull.
Carlos Sainz believes the success of Max Verstappen at Red Bull Racing shows he is ready for the challenge of a top team too
A reliable test outing for Renault's revised power unit will see the manufacturer attempt to make the upgrade available for the Monaco Grand Prix.