Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix weekend.
Drivers kicked up a lot of dust on the opening day of practice following the construction work on the new pit and paddock building.
Local racer Lance Stroll suffered an early setback when the new ‘phase two’ Mercedes power unit in his Racing Point went pop. He bounced back in the race, however, grabbing points for ninth place.
This crash for Kevin Magnussen meant he didn’t see Q3 and nor did Max Verstappen, who had been on course to reach thetop 10 until the Haas driver brought the red flags out.
A stunning qualifying performance by Daniel Ricciardo put his Renault fourth on the grid.
Sebastian Vettel was thrilled with his first pole position for 17 races on Saturday, but that proved the high point of his weekend.
Vettel resisted Lewis Hamilton at the start but further back part of Alexander Albon’s front wing landed in the cockpit of Romain Grosjean’s Haas.
As usual the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve attracted a packed crowd.
A mystery right-rear wheel failure caused a fire which put Lando Norris out.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel
The latest flashpoint between Hamilton and Vettel proved deeply controversial. The stewards ruled Vettel forced Hamilton to slow after rejoining the track, and handed him a five-second penalty which cost him the victory.
Hamilton took the chequered flag in second place but won the race.
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2019 Canadian Grand Prix
- Vettel penalty backlash had no effect on stewarding – Masi
- Hamilton “relaxed” when he heard Ferrari’s new evidence was Chandhok video
- Improving qualifying is my main target – Leclerc
- Binotto refuses to answers questions over Ferrari’s failed Canadian GP appeal
- Vettel wants to “burn” the rule book after losing review bid