Michael Schumacher sure Mercedes quicker in Montreal than practice results suggest
Michael Schumacher believes that Mercedes' programme in free practice for the Canadian Grand Prix disguised its true potential.
Jean-Eric Vergne reckons Toro Rosso too slow in Montreal practice
Jean-Eric Vergne says he is banking on an overnight improvement from Scuderia Toro Rosso if it is to be competitive for the remainder of the Canadian Grand Prix weekend.
Kimi Raikkonen sure Lotus will improve as Montreal temperatures rise
Kimi Raikkonen believes that the warmer temperatures expected over the Canadian Grand Prix weekend will play into the Lotus team's hands.
Caterham plays down Heikki Kovalainen's Canadian Grand Prix practice crash
Caterham does not think Heikki Kovalainen's heavy crash in Friday practice in Montreal will disrupt its Canadian Grand Prix preparations, and is optimistic it can chase the midfield pack again in the race.
Red Bull Racing content with early Montreal pace
Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber declared themselves happy with Red Bull's progress in Friday practice in Canada.
Ferrari set to race new exhaust in Canada
Ferrari expects to race its latest exhaust development in Canada this weekend after testing it during free practice on Friday.
Jenson Button: Montreal pole possible despite Friday practice problems
Jenson Button is fully focused on fighting for pole position in Canada, despite missing most of Friday's second practice session due to an oil leak.
Paul di Resta reckons Q3 realistic for Force India in Canada after practice
Paul di Resta is confident that his Force India is capable of reaching Q3 during Saturday's qualifying session for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari reckon one-stop strategy possible in Canadian Grand Prix
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari team manager Massimo Rivola reckon that some teams might be able to stop only once for tyres in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Williams has concerns about Montreal qualifying pace
Williams's chief operations engineer Mark Gillan believes his team will have strong race pace in the Canadian Grand Prix, but is concerned about its qualifying form.
Frustration causes Senna shunt in FP2
Bruno Senna admitted that frustration got the better of him and caused him to crash during second practice in Canada.
Webber 'confident' after Friday
Mark Webber said that he was "confident" with the progress made by Red Bull during Friday practice in Canada.
It's close at the top - Vettel
Sebastian Vettel is expecting a close battle for victory at the Canadian Grand Prix this weekend and is confident Red Bull will be in the mix.
Lotus position in FP2 false - Permane
Lotus trackside operations director Alan Permane believes that the team was in a false position in FP2 in Canada.
'This has been the best Friday of 2012' - Massa
Felipe Massa's renewed confidence in the Ferrari F2012 appears to have spilled over into the Canadian Grand Prix weekend after he enjoyed his "best Friday of 2012" so far.
Ferrari updates 'positive' - Alonso
Fernando Alonso described his initial impressions of some new Ferrari updates in Canada as "positive".
Hamilton wary of Ferrari's pace
Lewis Hamilton is keeping an eye on the Ferraris ahead of qualifying at the Canadian Grand Prix after Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa lined up second and third fastest behind him in Friday practice.