Monday June 4th, 2001
German Nick Heidfeld is looking for this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix to put his season back on track after watching his early race form disappear.
Heidfeld currently lies an impressive fifth in the Championship on eight points, but seven of those were gained in two of the first three races and Sauber's notorious form slump looks to be on it's way again.
The German, however, is desperate not to see such problems happen again and said: "I am looking forward to regaining the momentum of my campaign to score championship points. I think Montreal will suit our car very well."
Meanwhile, youngster Kimi Raikkonen is expecting a good performance at Montreal and is looking forward to the challenges of the circuit despite not yet having been there.
"Until now I have not had any problems adapting to new places," said Raikkonen. "The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve will be another new track for me. From what I have seen on the data that Jacky Eeckelaert has shown me Montreal has the sort of challenging fast sections that I really enjoy, so I am very much looking forward to racing there."