Lewis Hamilton has urged McLaren to put together an error-free weekend in Montreal as he seeks to break his 2012 victory duck.
Six races into this year's Championship and already six different drivers have claimed victories, breaking Formula One's previous record of five different winners in a row which was set back in 1983.
However, the one name that many expected to see on this year's list - but which is notable in its absence - is that of Hamilton.
The Brit has had a difficult start to the season as, while he already has three podium results to his credit, costly errors from his McLaren team have robbed him of a chance at the top step.
The latest batch of mistakes came at last Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix where a clutch setting change on the grid meant Hamilton was slow to get away while the 27-year-old also complained of a slow pit stop.
Hamilton, though, is determined to put that behind him and focus on the next race, the Canadian GP, where he hopes McLaren can put in an error-free showing.
"It's not hard to look forward at all," said Hamilton.
"I'm excited for every race, and whatever happens in a race, I always lift myself up and get myself pushing again.
"I'll be in the gym working as hard as I can, I'll get my mind in the same frame it has been in every race, making sure I'm doing my job - which I am.
"I just hope we get some updates to edge us closer to the others, and then I hope we have a weekend where we have nothing go wrong, because the other guys are doing a fantastic job."
Asked if he could believe that six drivers had each won a grand prix and yet he had yet to take to the top step of the podium, Hamilton said: "I can, yeah.
"For what reason, though, I really don't know. We haven't had a grand prix weekend where something hasn't gone wrong.
"The start of the race in Monaco was the beginning of things, and then I don't know what else happened after that.
"My pit stop didn't feel very quick, but generally we weren't quick throughout the race, which is strange.
"It really wasn't great when we lost positions to Fernando, and then to the Red Bull by such a short period of time, I don't know, half a second or something.
"But we still got points, even though it wasn't the best of weekends."