Michelin confirms F1 2017 tyre tender application

Formula One governing body FIA’s time limit for the tender process closing on June 17, Michelin and current supplier Pirelli come out set to go head to head for the three-year deal from 2017. “Yes, we have entered. Michelin Motorsport director Pascal Couasnon confirms to Autosport. “The reasoning is we’ve been proposing ideas, talking about

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Hamilton free way in Canada

Starting from pole position, Hamilton swept across Rosberg’s bows to lead, with Raikkonen taking a sniff around the outside of Rosberg at Turn 2 but settling back into third ahead of Bottas and the Lotus of Romain Grosjean. Nico Hulkenberg nailed Pastor Maldonado for sixth with a great lunge around the outside of Turn 3.

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FP2 Montreal – Hamilton crashes but still first

The reigning world champion clocked a 1m15.988s on the super-soft tyres, 0.316 seconds clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. The session looked set to be a washout when predicted rain fell with 50 minutes remaining, but Mercedes decided to send Hamilton and team-mate Nico Rosberg out on intermediates. It proved to

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