Pierre Gasly is remaining ready for "interesting" weather conditions at the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix.
The Frenchman arrives into the event off the back of three consecutive points finishes, including a season-best seventh place in Monaco.
Gasly also recorded his best qualifying result so far since joining Alpine with a P4 in Spain, though was demoted to P10 on the grid after receiving two separate penalties for impeding incidents.
Looking ahead to the weekend at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Gasly is looking forward to seeing what he can achieve.
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"After racing on a more conventional circuit in Barcelona last time out, we're back to a street track in Montreal," Gasly said.
"It's a really cool place
to race, very fast with big braking zones and quick corners. I've been
preparing in the simulator in Enstone, everything feels good and I'm
looking forward to being on track on Friday.
"The weather does look interesting – rain is likely – so we'll remain ready for all conditions and see what we can achieve.
"In addition, Montreal in general is a very fun place to be, especially as it's a French-speaking city. As a result the support there is always exceptional and I'm looking forward to experiencing the atmosphere."