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Lewis Hamilton wins the 2019 Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix after a five-second penalty cost Sebastian Vettel the win, 22 laps before the end of the race. Monegasque Charles Leclerc finished third followed by Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen. Daniel Ricciardo of the Renault F1 team finished sixth after a good qualifying session.

Pierre Gasly finished eighth in this Grand Prix after a complicated race. Pierre Gasly is already looking forward to the next race, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de France: “It was a pretty tough day, but the car was pretty good, so it’s disappointing to finish where we did. We expected to be stronger than that. We had difficulty with traffic and had to save the brakes. We have to analyse everything and see what we can improve, but I also have to work hard before the next race. I hope we can find more rhythm and come back stronger for my home race.”

Romain Grosjean finished in 14th place and did not score any points after a difficult start: “It was a long afternoon. Everything went wrong at the start; the other drivers took a lot of risks. I just picked up all the debris. I was the last one, and after that, we didn’t have much rhythm left. A few tricks were good, then others were very difficult. We have to analyse everything, better understand how to go fast in the race.”

The Scuderia Ferrari had a good weekend with a second and third place, despite Sebastian Vettel’s missed win. Mattia Binotto made no secret of his disappointment and disagreement with the decision imposed by the Stewards on Sebastian Vettel: “At the moment, we, as a team, are naturally disappointed, but we think above all of Sebastian and the spectators. As for Seb, I don’t think he could have done things any differently, which is why we decided to appeal the Commissioners’ decision. “

Daniel Ricciardo finished in sixth place and Nico Hülkenberg in seventh place, allowing Renault F1 Team to score valuable points. Cyril Abiteboul and his team are having a good weekend: “This weekend is nothing short of a model of what we set ourselves as a goal and a demonstration that we can do it. This has to continue in the upcoming races and Daniel’s 6th place and Nico’s 7th place, the best possible at this stage under normal conditions, will boost us for the season. More generally the drivers were impeccable all weekend and Daniel was exceptional in his qualifying lap yesterday, he gave us all a smile almost as wide as his! The rest of the team has ensured an impeccable execution that should restore our confidence but above all not make us forget the mistakes made at the beginning of the season. We therefore remain very focused and aware of the work that remains to be done. We are turning tonight to the Grand Prix de France, which marks the second stage of our recovery plan after the one on the engine, which has received all the visibility and recognition it deserves on one of the most demanding circuits on the calendar.”

Lewis Hamilton won the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix, his fifth win of the season and seventh of his career at the Canadian Grand Prix: “Ferrari did a fantastic job this weekend, they were so fast in the straight and Sebastian did a great race, it took me absolutely everything to try to follow them. It’s not a great feeling and that’s not how I want to win races, but I gave my all today to make my team proud and I feel like I did that. “

Drivers’ Championship Ranking (after Montreal)

1 Lewis Hamilton 162

2 Valtteri Bottas 133

3 Sebastian Vettel 100

4 Max Verstappen 88

5 Charles Leclerc 72

6 Pierre Gasly 36

7 Carlos Sainz 18

8 Daniel Ricciardo 16

9 Kevin Magnussen 14

10 Sergio Pérez 13

11 Kimi Räikkönen 13

12 Lando Norris 12

13 Nico Hülkenberg 12

14 Daniil Kvyat 10

15 Alexander Albon 7

16 Stroll lance 6

17 Romain Grosjean 2

18 Antonio Giovinazzi 0

19 George Russell 0

20 Robert Kubica 0

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