2014 Canadian GP Press Conference line-ups

Hamilton and Button among those facing the press on Thursday

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 05/06/14 12:32pm

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In press conference line-up: Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton

In press conference line-up: Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are among the drivers taking part in Thursday's FIA Press Conference in Montreal, live on Sky Sports F1 at 4pm.

Attention will be centred on the Mercedes driver after he was left smarting by Nico Rosberg during Monaco GP qualifying two weeks ago. Rosberg subsequently won the race and re-took the lead in the World Championship, with Hamilton saying afterwards that their friendship had taken a nosedive.

He's since said the situation between them is "cool" but what will Lewis have to say at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve? And what of his chances in this weekend's race? Button, for one, thinks his former team-mate will be "untouchable".

Joining the British pair will be Nico Hulkenberg, currently proving his credentials with a string of fine performances for Force India, and Felipe Massa. Might Williams fancy their chances of a podium this weekend?

Completing the line-up are Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi and Sauber driver Adrian Sutil.

Drivers' Press Conference - 4pm, Thursday, Sky F1
Jenson Button (McLaren)
Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
Nico Hulkenberg (Force India)
Kamui Kobayashi (Caterham)
Felipe Massa (Williams)
Adrian Sutil (Sauber).

Team Principals' Press Conference - 9pm, Friday, Sky F1
Giampaolo Dall'Ara (Sauber)
Pat Fry (Ferrari)
Andrew Green (Force India)
Dave Greenwood (Marussia)
Paddy Lowe (Mercedes).

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