Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, 2019

2019 Canadian Grand Prix race result

2019 Canadian Grand Prix

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144Lewis HamiltonMercedes701hr 29m 07.084s
25Sebastian VettelFerrari703.6583.658
316Charles LeclercFerrari704.6961.038
477Valtteri BottasMercedes7051.04346.347
533Max VerstappenRed Bull-Honda7057.6556.612
63Daniel RicciardoRenault691 lap1 lap
727Nico HulkenbergRenault691 lap0.402
810Pierre GaslyRed Bull-Honda691 lap10.066
918Lance StrollRacing Point-Mercedes691 lap18.486
1026Daniil KvyatToro Rosso-Honda691 lap2.488
1155Carlos Sainz JnrMcLaren-Renault691 lap2.168
1211Sergio PerezRacing Point-Mercedes691 lap8.232
1399Antonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo-Ferrari691 lap22.969
148Romain GrosjeanHaas-Ferrari691 lap1.669
157Kimi RaikkonenAlfa Romeo-Ferrari691 lap0.560
1663George RussellWilliams-Mercedes682 laps1 lap
1720Kevin MagnussenHaas-Ferrari682 laps8.574
1888Robert KubicaWilliams-Mercedes673 laps1 lap
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23Alexander AlbonToro Rosso-Honda5911 laps8 lapsRetired
4Lando NorrisMcLaren-Renault862 laps51 lapsWheel

Fastest lap: Valtteri Bottas

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26 comments on “2019 Canadian Grand Prix race result”

  1. FIA joke……wow…….this is why F1 is in trouble. Nice number swap by Seb with the car finishing numbers with his and Lewis’s car on the way to the podium! :D

    1. @homerlovesbeer I found that a bit childish, though. The swapping of the numbers I mean.

  2. ”Where was I supposed to go.” – Well, stay as left as possible when rejoining the track.

    1. Yeah really easy coming off some grass.

      1. A bit easier if you aren’t intent on keeping your position and so go off the throttle a bit. Not saying he did the wrong thing, because either way he’d lost the lead, but still, he made the mistake, he paid for it.

  3. Panagiotis Papatheodorou (@panagiotism-papatheodorou)
    9th June 2019, 20:55

    This sport is almost a corpse at this point. This is classic politics from Mercedes.

    1. Papo Chicharra (@)
      10th June 2019, 5:09

      Is that Greek logic or your own sense of humor?

  4. As someone who doesn’t like Ferrari or Vettel I think he was robbed today. And we are robbed of a race. Although it happened to Lewis in 2008 and that was probably worse.

  5. F*&# the stewards. Vettel is a legend. What an absolute joke these stewards are– they will be regretting this overstep for a long time.

    1. @chaddy

      Vettel is an absoloute choker yet another mistake by him.

    2. digitalrurouni
      10th June 2019, 12:24


      Will just leave this here. I don’t agree with the stewards decision still but seems they got this call right.

      1. @digitalrurouni It seems Autosport read my mind. That’s precisely how I view the incident as well. Seb should’ve kept as left as possible when rejoining the track to avoid forcing Lewis to brake and or lift-off.

      2. Have you actually watched the incident in real-time? Forget the millisecond telemetry– watch it and tell me that he could have done something different without spinning or crashing.

        Ricciardo– “If he pulls a little further to the left, he’ll spin. When he brakes on the grass, he’ll spin too. There was not much room for Lewis but still enough. I had an identical situation with Lewis in 2016 Monte Carlo. He had to go through the emergency exit and almost pushed me into the wall on his return. With me it was tighter than now with him. He didn’t get a penalty. That was a good thing. It was a hard racing.”

  6. “won”

    I’m a Hamilton fan and I don’t see what else Vettel was going to do in that situation, he was lucky to keep his car under what control he did

    I enjoyed the fight, the result is hollow though

    1. Duncan Snowden
      10th June 2019, 0:15

      Yes. To say I’m not a Ferrari fan would be the understatement of the decade, but if that’s not the harshest penalty I’ve seen in over 30 years of watching F1 it’s bl**dy close. I undertsand the stewards’ argument but, honestly, it should have been left as a racing incident.

  7. Blaize Falconberger (@)
    9th June 2019, 21:13

    Ferrari LOVE the rules when they work in their favour and are happy to bend, break or ignore them when they don’t. They also have a veto on the rules (which they are retaining and everyone knows is unfair) so you could say the current rule set is of their own making.

    1. geoffgroom44 (@)
      9th June 2019, 22:34

      you nailed it

  8. I think Renault would be very satisfied with their result, they have definitely picked up pace and I think have an upgrade coming at the French GP. Racing Point went OK, stroll would be very happy with his day I would say.

    1. Yep, after a bad day yesterday, today was a lot better for Racing Point, and Stroll did his great start, then had the pace in the car to keep up. I think Perez had a puncture, which is why he’s w/o points, but very positive for the team on the whole @johnrkh

  9. Johan Tolemans
    9th June 2019, 21:34

    Not a Vettel fan (nor Hamilton for that matter).
    But this will be the moment that afterwards will be looked on as the moment F1 ended.
    Zero point in giving this any more attention.

  10. … Seriously, if Vettel cannot do this, hold every race at Paul Ricard (huge runway) or Monaco (no runway).

  11. Adam (@rocketpanda)
    9th June 2019, 22:17

    Drama aside, Gasly is looking truly terrible.

    1. I have an opinion
      10th June 2019, 0:37

      Zut alors! He almost flew under the radar with all the Vettel controversy, but you caught him! And Kvyat looked quite nifty in todays race…

  12. geoffgroom44 (@)
    9th June 2019, 22:46

    Ok.we get it, some folks are not happy and therefore the whole of F1 is wrong.However, before going onto the grass Seb was losing the rear end, maybe he over corrected or maybe the prancing horse would not obey it’s jockey.He ended up in the grass.
    As I understand the rules, he was penalised for joining the track in an unsafe manner, am I correct in that?
    Well, by his own admission he was not in control, he had nowhere else to go at the speed he was travelling.
    So please forgive me if my logic is inconvenient, but if he was no longer in control then his re-entry was unsafe.I am not interested in the reasons, simply in the fact that he was not in control.

    No one, including me, wants to see Lewis or anyone else win such a close fought and entertaining race like this in this manner.But it is extremely unfair to blame Lewis for pressurising Seb into the mistake that caused the Ferrari to have the rear end slide which precipitated all of this.
    I would also add that whilst we all share Seb’s considerable unhappiness at the result, his behaviour at the end brought the sport into disrepute…and even worse, showed the psychological pressure he was under from Lewis. Not a good omen for the rest of the season. I mean, you can’t exactly claim Lewis was brake testing him here, can you?
    Meanwhile, young Charles LeC did a brilliant job, so kudos to him.

  13. Three Honda powered cars in the top 10. Not bad.
    Kudos to Renault. A great result for them and really nice to see both their drivers together and competitive.
    Also, a pleasant surprise to see NO SAFETY CAR. That speaks volumes for the skill level of all the drivers.
    Now, where are all the Lance Stroll bashers..?? I may not be one of them, but I will be among the first to say … “The boy NEEDS to learn how to qualify better”.

  14. Hakk the Rack
    10th June 2019, 14:50

    Some kind like the finger around his head after crashing with Webber in Turkey 2010. Imature and unnecessary manifesto, seems he has some issue with emotions.

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