The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve defines Lewis Hamilton like no other.
Mercedes and Pirelli face punishment from the FIA after conducting an unauthorised tyre testing session after the Spanish Grand Prix two weeks ago.
Formula One is in crisis as it faces up to a $2bn (£1.32bn) bill that it cannot afford to pay and which could spell the end for a number of teams.
Lewis Hamilton's new team-mate was found snoring in the Mercedes motor-homeon Wednesday, his head in the lap of the British driver who rubbed his ears affectionately.
Private equity firm CVC Capital is targeting a $12bn (£7.8bn) market capitalisation for Formula One in its planned flotation on the Singapore stock exchange, according to a source close to the company.
Paul Hembery, Pirelli's motorsport director, has promised to toughen up his tyres for next month's British Grand Prix.
One cannot help but sense an air of unfinished business here in Montreal as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg resume their battle for the world championship.
Mercedes will regroup at their Brackley headquarters on Tuesday morning to continue their postmortem on one of the most glaring errors in the history of Formula One.