Narain Karthikeyan: "Canada is a unique feature on the calendar, a mix of street circuit with no runoffs like Monaco along with purpose-built bits. I really like the track and I was 14th at the finish of the crazy race last year before getting a penalty. The weather usually throws up something in Montreal, so there may be an opportunity for us. We will be bringing a new rear wing as well, given the low-downforce nature of the circuit. We need to pick up where we left at Monaco, in terms of gap to the front-runners and our immediate rivals."
Luis Perez-Sala, Team Principal: "One of the most emblematic Grands Prix takes place in Montreal. As a driver I really liked it because it's a different circuit, with a lot of braking and accelerating and various overtaking opportunities. For the team it's also a special place because the best result in its history was achieved here last year. In Monaco things went well for us and this circuit should also be favourable for us because our car behaves well when braking and we've improved our traction, which are two important aspects in Canada. Our weakest point is quick corners and there aren't many here. Our biggest handicap could be not having KERS, but we've brought a special rear wing for this circuit which we hope will make us more competitive. We're in good spirits after the positive result in Monaco; Narain wants to continue with his good form and Pedro is more motivated than ever after his good performance all weekend ended in a retirement."
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