F1's next stop is the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the long-time home of the Canadian Grand Prix and a popular venue with fans and teams alike.
It's a tricky track to master, with little room for error, but we've enjoyed success at the race in recent years.
"Montreal is a venue that almost always delivers an action-packed race," he explained.
"It's a circuit where overtaking is relatively straightforward, speeds are high, and the cars are pushed to their limits.
"Likewise, the concrete walls punish any mistakes heavily but the drivers need the confidence to use all of the track in qualifying, when it usually comes down to very small margins around a short lap.
"In recent years, Mercedes has performed well in Montreal - and it's one of Lewis' most successful circuits, too.
"However, past performances bring no guarantee of success this year. We will need to make sure we get the most from all the tyre compounds, including the HyperSoft, if we want to come out on top this weekend."