Following the heady environment of Monaco, the circus has packed up its gear and moved over the Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix - which appears to be the diametric opposite type of circuit, with its long straights pushing teams to their lowest drag and downforce settings of the year.
Big stops from high speed push brakes to the limit, usually resulting in problems for a number of drivers by the end of the race. Overtaking is not only possible but likely.
On the other hand, there are some similarities to Monaco too: the circuit is effectively a semi-permanent street circuit, so walls are close to the track - the safety car is expected to make several appearances. Plus, the surface is little used and usually remains quite green through the weekend.