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PRACTICE DEBRIEF: What we learned from the disrupted Friday running in Canada

F1 Correspondent & Presenter

Lawrence Barretto
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Teams had just 90 minutes of representative practice to fine-tune their machines on Friday after CCTV issues at the track limited running in FP1 for the Canadian Grand Prix. As a result, we saw a wide variety of data gathering programmes on display in second practice, making it tricky to work out who has the edge. That said, here are the key takeaways…

Mercedes have work to do despite table-topping pace

Lewis Hamilton set the pace on Friday, a fraction ahead of team mate George Russell, as Mercedes began their Canadian GP campaign in encouraging fashion.

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