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GP Week : Issue 222
QUALIFYING first pit stop. He didn't start last thanks to another dismal weekend for Jenson Button. The Englishman has barely put a foot wrong himself this year but has suffered continual setbacks throughout the season. In Canada an ERS problem meant he sat qualifying out, and without a time would start last - even allowing for the penalties of others. The spring has certainly left the step of those at McLaren who are now settling in for a character building year. What must Fernando Alonso be thinking behind closed doors. Sure, McLaren has made progress but it is now where it would perhaps have hoped to be at the start of the season - in a worst case scenario. There may have been points in Monaco but they were the result of the misfortune of others than the improved performance of the Honda. Somewhat surprisingly Sauber was down the order too. The low downforce circuit thought to suit the Swiss team, especially with its powerful Ferrari engine but instead was bettered by all the Renault cars (on pace). Montreal is a power circuit, and so it was no surprise to see the top ten dominated by Mercedes engines. 25 GPWEEK.com // 25 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> CANADA PARTNERS: