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Obviously, France is still a very new Grand Prix for F1 which makes it naturally more of a challenge for all teams and I had not raced there before 2018.
And Last year was good for us, we got the strategy spot on and finished second on the podium which was a good Team result.”
“It’s not an easy track with very wide open entries to corners which is different to most other tracks we race on.
It’s a historic track which is well known for its safety, it also attracts lots of fans who love the sport which is great to see, especially for Pierre.”
“It’s also not far from home, which makes life a bit easier. We maximised things in Canada and we are working hard to improve all aspects.
I feel comfortable in the car so I hope we will be able to challenge the frontrunners more closely in France
when returning to the track after going off, which meant he demoted from first to second.
And all the talk in the build up to the French GP has remained what happened in Montreal – but Hamilton insists he does not look at the ‘mistakes’ of other drivers.
“I don’t compare myself to other people so I don’t look to others or their faults or anything,” he said.
“I just look to really try and take a lot of pride in my work and particularly my track record of not making mistakes
which I’ve managed to get myself into a really good place and deliver minimal faults in race weekends and races.
“21 races, every single point counts — even seven points, or three points, it adds up, so I take a lot of pride in that.
“It’s all great being quick, having quick drivers, but if you can be an all-round driver, work well outside the car
but also in the car, you have things that perhaps others are not able to put together, it makes your value go up.”
Vettel has been left fuming with what happened to him Canada, but Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotti insists they are looking ahead to another strong weekend.
In France we will have a few small evolutions, elements that represent for us a useful step in defining the direction we will take in developing the car,” Binotti said.
“What we will be bringing won’t be the solution to our problems, but the technical feedback we get from these evolutions will be important for the next steps we take.”
Renault enjoyed their best weekend of the season in Canada, and they hope their home Grand Prix can signal more progress.
“France is clearly an important milestone,” said team boss Cyril Abiteboul.
World champion Lewis Hamilton remains firmly in charge of the Drivers’ Championship following his fifth win of the season at Canada
Of course which came after arch-rival Sebastian Vettel was handed a controversial time penalty after he almost crashed into Hamilton