Ferrari are doing all that they can to get their two drivers and their cars ready for this weekend’s Canadian GP.
Whilst the technical team and the drivers seem to be fully focussed, their Twitter team is slacking a little, as it made a grave error, mixing up Montreal and Toronto.
The Canadian GP is held in Montreal and while that bit was taken care of by Ferrari, their google image search wasn’t that efficient, as they tweeted a picture of Toronto with that ‘are you ready for Montreal’ slogan.
Twitterati were quick to jump on that little goof up and set twitter ablaze with their tweets.
The shot at the start of the video was that from Toronto and Candians were quick to spot it.
Yeah go Ferarri!! pic.twitter.com/Ph4c6lwBuZ
— Alex Pelletier (@texus88) June 5, 2018
Forza Juve! pic.twitter.com/CUKcpKQSKs
— Nicholas Di Giovanni (@n_digiovanni) June 5, 2018
Rome is so beautiful. pic.twitter.com/JqaZLI1b9Q
— Stéphane Voyer (@Steph0040) June 5, 2018
I LOVE THE SHIRE pic.twitter.com/OK7GOn33Us
— Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) June 5, 2018
Hello Cleveland!!! pic.twitter.com/BVPE8bWqQU
— John Hansen ☕ (@jduncanhansen) June 5, 2018
The Twitter team of Ferrari though proved to be a god sport, as they identified their mistake and came up with the correct video just a few minutes back.
The Twitter team acknowledged their mistake and apologised to the fans for the same.
“You spotted it immediately! Sorry guys, we posted the wrong video, here is the right one. Enjoy the Canadian GP” the Ferrari twitter account posted.
— Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) June 6, 2018
Ferrari would be hoping that their technical team doesn’t commit such errors during the Canadian GP.