2014 F1

Vettel: Montreal is definitely a high risk potential – 2014 Canadian GP

Ahead of Canadian Grand Prix, defending world champion Sebastian Vettel says Montreal is a very demanding high-speed racing track.

Many drivers are crashed into the wall; also Vettel added his name to the infamous ‘Wall of Champions’ in 2011 Friday practice.

Vettel suffered his second retirement of the year in Monaco recently and expecting next weekend try to hard make a better race without any incidents.

“Canada is a very demanding high-speed racing track, which is surrounded by rails and concrete walls.” Vettel said.

Sebastian Vettel, at the Wall of Champions in 2011

Sebastian Vettel, at the Wall of Champions in 2011

“There is definitely a high risk potential, especially in Turn 15, where you will soon get to know the notorious ‘Wall of Fame’ should you be driving a few centimetres too far to the right.”

“The first danger zone is already at the start. In the very narrow right-left passage, it’s all about avoiding contact with the other cars, otherwise there will be a crash. It is not uncommon for the safety car to make an appearance at the Canadian Grand Prix.” He added

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