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Coulthard Hopes to Extend Point-Scoring Streak

Monday June 4th, 2001

McLaren driver David Coulthard hopes to continue with his impressive streak of ten consecutive finishes in the points at this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.

The Scot driver has scored points in every race since the United States Grand Prix last season, and he is the only driver to have finished all seven races in the top six this season. Now lying twelve points behind Championship leader Michael Schumacher, Coulthard is hoping to continue with his streak at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit next Sunday.

"The Canadian Grand Prix is one of my favourite races of the season, the track is challenging, offers genuine overtaking opportunities and is located close to Montreal, a city which I always enjoy visiting," said Coulthard.

"I am looking forward to the race, following last weeks positive test session, and continuing my consistent record of finishing in the points at every race so far this season."



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