UPDATE: Ferrari apologizes for mixing up Montreal and Toronto
It looks as though Ferrari's F1 team is now really ready for Montreal.
On Tuesday, the Italian carmaker posted a video to social media promoting their upcoming stop at the Montreal Grand Prix, touting our city as "one of the most livable cities in the world" and "an important centre of commerce, industry and finance."
It also points out that this weekend's race will be held at a racetrack named for "unforgettable" one-time Ferrari driver Gilles Villeneuve.
The video opened, however, with an image of the Toronto skyline (shown above) — and after nearly a full day of being ridiculed on social media for the mixup, Ferrari backtracked and correctly inserted an image of Montreal's skyline.
You can see the revised video below.
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