Milan,
03
June
2019
|
14:14
Europe/Amsterdam

2019 Canada Grand Prix – Preview

Milan, June 3, 2019 – Like Monaco, Canada isn’t a conventional racing circuit, and once more the three softest compounds in the P Zero Formula 1 range have been selected: the hard is the C3, the medium is the C4, and the soft is the C5. But that’s where the similarities end. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – named after Canada’s most celebrated driver – holds a unique challenge, on only the second appearance this year for the softest C5.

MIN. STARTING PRESSURES (slicks) EOS CAMBER LIMIT
PRESSURE 22.0 psi (front) | 20.0 psi (rear) -3.50° (front) | -2.00° (rear) CAMBER

The tyres nominated this season

Grand Prix C1 C2 C3 C4 C5
Australia   HARD MEDIUM SOFT  
Bahrain HARD MEDIUM SOFT    
China   HARD MEDIUM SOFT  
Azerbaijan   HARD MEDIUM SOFT  
Spain HARD MEDIUM SOFT    
Monaco     HARD MEDIUM SOFT
Canada     HARD MEDIUM SOFT
France   HARD MEDIUM SOFT  
Austria   HARD MEDIUM SOFT  
Great Britain HARD MEDIUM SOFT    
Germany   HARD MEDIUM SOFT  
Hungary   HARD MEDIUM SOFT