Charles Leclerc's power unit has been one of the main talking points this weekend, as a flood of reports have suggested the Monegasque would start from the back of the grid.
After a week of speculation, it has now been officially confirmed Charles Leclerc will start the Canadian GP from last place.
Ferrari will fit the Monegasque with an entirely new power unit, a logical decision given that a broken turbo component would force Leclerc to the midfield.
Leclerc has focused almost exclusively on race performance this weekend, as the Italian squad evaluates how they can maximise what will likely be a race of damage limitation.
However, with the possibility of a wet race and the hard compound seemingly a very strong race tyre, Leclerc will still have options to fight up the grid and prevent the Red Bull duo from expanding their lead.