Jun.12 (GMM) Montreal is cold, windy and wet less than three hours before the Canadian grand prix.
"Can someone please check what odds I can get for Bernd Maylander in the Safety Car to start from pole and win the race?" joked Team Lotus reserve driver Karun Chandhok.Reported Telegraph correspondent Tom Cary: "The rain is more like mizzle; a fine mist-like spray. But all-enveloping."Added McLaren on Twitter: "Can't foresee it drying out for the race", while Force India said "It's also very windy".BBC radio commentator Maurice Hamilton said the Formula Ford single seaters are "slipping and sliding" in a Circuit Gilles Villeneuve support race.Pole sitter and championship leader Sebastian Vettel, meanwhile, pulled a smile when asked how he is preparing for a wet race-day -- the first for F1's new tyre supplier Pirelli."We brought some rain tyres and I brought a coat and an umbrella," said the Red Bull star.