Sebastian Vettel's time at the top of the drivers' standings was quickly ended by champion Lewis Hamilton at the French Grand Prix.
Mercedes returned to dominance in qualifying for the French Grand Prix, leaving their rivals praying for rain.
With Formula One returning to France, Lewis Hamilton pipped Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to pole on Saturday.
Following claims that McLaren staff are unhappy with receiving bonuses in the form of Freddos, Eric Boullier insisted this is not the case.
Daniel Ricciardo has openly discussed the possibility of moving at the end of 2018, with both McLaren and Renault open to talks.
Max Verstappen decided to go it alone in Montreal, but he did not feel that he paid more attention to what the team were doing.
Daniel Ricciardo has acknowledged a big-money move to McLaren is a possibility, but Fernando Alonso is unsure of his own future.
Ferrari have secured pole and won the race at the last three French Grand Prixs and Sebastian Vettel will be hoping history repeats itself.
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps will continued to stage Formula One races for at least another three years.
After agreeing a two-year engine deal, Honda have said that Red Bull will not carry the works team label.