Nosejobs, new fins and more - Piola on Canada tech intrigue

Nosejobs, new fins and more - Piola on Canada tech intrigue

Mercedes stole the headlines with its upgraded engine and theories about its slow speed corner performance, but there were several other tech upgrades introduced at the Canadian Grand Prix that caught the eye

There was only really one big talking point that emerged from the Canadian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel's excursion, which led to Vettel's time penalty, and Vettel's post-race clowning around after being chiselled away from the Ferrari hospitality.

But let's take a break from the politicking and tomfoolery, and instead take an insightful look at the new updates the teams brought to Montreal for last weekend. As blend of long-ish straights and hard braking zones, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is a bit of a brake-breaker - as Lando Norris found to his detriment early on in the race.

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