Hey Ferrari, the CN Tower is in Toronto, not Montreal

Someone should probably tell Ferrari that Toronto is not Montreal					@ScuderiaFerrari via Twitter

Someone should probably tell Ferrari that Toronto is not Montreal @ScuderiaFerrari via Twitter

The double World Champion can count himself among the Canadian Grand Prix winners, however, it has been four years since last he even scored a point in Montreal. It's more power sensitive so the engine can play a bigger role.

"There's some tricks to the track, but it's a great track, there's a lot of over taking possibilities, so it is a good show."

That display of emotion confirmed Hamilton's unchallenged supremacy in Montreal, but he faces a much more hard challenge from rivals this weekend as the leading teams take their scheduled revised second engines of the season.

For his part Vettel believes Ferrari's 2018 vehicle is not now "a true match" for Mercedes, despite having won the first race.

The Silver Arrows now lead both the drivers and constructors championships after six races. You lose horsepower over races.

"Each driver has their strengths and weaknesses and there are 21 circuits it is impossible to be ideal at every one".

The video, published on Tuesday, June 5, pages Scuderia Ferrari, says: "We are ready to Montreal".

Vettel stood top the podium in 2013 while Australian Ricciardo was the last driver to beat Hamilton to the finish coming home first in 2014.

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It will be a big weekend at the track, which is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the event's move to the island circuit across from downtown Montreal.

And it will feature two Canadians on track - second-year Williams pilot Lance Stroll of Montreal and Nicolas Latifi of Toronto, who will drive a Force India auto in the Friday practice only.

The race takes place Sunday in Montreal.

"We still have work to do", Vettel said.

Stroll stepped up to Formula 1 with Williams past year to become the first Canadian on the grid since Jacques Villeneuve departed the scene mid-2006.

"As a team, we're not where we want to be - but in many ways it's also been very positive in my view". It's a long year.

"After a disappointing race in Monaco, I'm already looking forward to heading to Canada", he said.

During the Monte Carlo weekend we saw the German manufacturer struggle more than most on the new pink-striped rubber and in the race, Hamilton, in particular, suffered from graining on both the softest two compounds.

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