Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has high confidence for future races after catching Valtteri Bottas in the dying stages of the Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has admitted he expected his power unit to die during the Canadian Grand Prix after experiencing problems within the first ten laps of the race.
Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner says this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix will be a key assessment of which manufacturer will power Red Bull from 2019 onwards.
It could be a highly-competitive weekend between Toro Rosso team-mates in Canada, as both Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly have never previously driven on the streets of Montreal.
According to reports and rumors, one of the almighty questions surrounding the Formula 1 fraternity mid way through 2017 concerns the future of the sport's brightest talent, Max Verstappen.
Max Verstappen admitted to media after the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix he's "tired" of the constant power unit reliability issues Red Bull have suffered throughout the first seven rounds of 2017.
Despite losing the majority of his Friday practice running to PU issues for the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix, McLaren's Fernando Alonso still feels he can achieve a Q3 spot during Saturday's qualifying session.
With Lewis Hamilton's gap to World Championship leader Sebastian Vettel resting at just 25 points after six rounds in 2017; the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix could be set to make things even worse for the Silver Arrows, according to themselves.