2014 Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix - Race

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We will be back for the Austrian Grand Prix in a fortnight's time
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Stay tuned to the website for a full report plus the latest news and photos
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Thank you for joining us throughout a dramatic race weekend in Montreal
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Bottas, Vergne, Magnussen and Raikkonen complete the points
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Button ends the day fourth, ahead of Hulkenberg and Alonso
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Rosberg takes second, with Vettel completing the podium
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He brings Mercedes' dominant run to an end
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Ricciardo rounds the final few corners and wins the Canadian Grand Prix!
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That was a horrifying accident
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Thankfully, both drivers safely step out of their cars
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The Safety Car has been deployed
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Both drivers fly into the barriers
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Final lap: Massa tries to pass Perez into the first corner but slams into the Mexican!
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Vettel passes Perez for the final podium spot at the final chicane
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Lap 69/70: Ricciardo is just two laps away from a maiden victory
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The Australian's move prompts cheers all over the circuit
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Ricciardo gets a run on Rosberg along the back straight and takes the lead!
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Perez told over the radio to "stick with it"
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We are in for a thrilling finish!
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Lap 68/70: Ricciardo has cut Rosberg's lead to just seven tenths
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Gutierrez has retired his Sauber
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Perez says he is lacking rear brakes
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Perez just holding on to third, ahead of Vettel and Massa
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Lap 67/70: Ricciardo sets about hunting down Rosberg
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The Force India driver looks like he is struggling
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Lap 66/70: Ricciardo passes Perez at the first corner
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ap 65/70: Ricciardo is told that he needs to cool his car
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Massa gets a great run on Vettel along the back straight but has to bail
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Ricciardo, Vettel and Massa are all using DRS at the same time
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Lap 64/70: Massa unable to find a way past Vettel last time around
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Massa reminded that he is on much fresher tyres
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Lap 63/70: Button has found a way past Bottas for P8
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Less than two seconds covering the top five drivers
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Lap 62/70: Massa is within DRS range of Vettel
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Footage shows damage to his rear wing
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It looks terminal, as his car is wheeled back to the garage
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Grosjean has brought his Lotus into the pits
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Lap 61/70: Massa has now latched on to the leading pack
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He was well within range of Rosberg along the back straight, but it did not open
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It looks as though Perez's DRS device has failed
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Lap 60/70: Alonso passes Bottas into Turn 1 for P7
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Massa lapping a second faster than the leaders in clean air
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Lap 59/70: Rosberg still holding a comfortable gap back to Perez
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He's four seconds adrift of Vettel at present
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Lap 58/70: Massa is now hunting down the Red Bulls
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That worked out rather well for Williams...
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Massa goes on to overtake Hulkenberg along the back straight
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That allows Massa past his team-mate
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Moments later, Bottas pushes Hulkenberg wide at the hairpin
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Lap 57/70: Bottas told to swap positions as quickly as possible
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The Brazilian is lapping on much fresher tyres
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Lap 56/70: Massa feels as though he is losing time behind team-mate Bottas
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Lap 55/70: Perez is struggling to stay within DRS range of Rosberg
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That is enough to keep Perez out of his mirrors for the time being
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Lap 54/70: Rosberg has dropped into the 1m19s once more
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The team will then adjust his energy settings accordingly
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Ricciardo is asked where he feels he is most likely to pass Perez
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Lap 53/70: Rosberg managing the gap to the cars behind
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Patience could be key in this battle...
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Lap 52/70: Vettel told to look after his tyres
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This could be the battle for the win if Rosberg's problems worsen
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Lap 51/70: Ricciardo putting pressure on Perez
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Rosberg's pace has improved significantly, but can he hold on?
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Lap 50/70: Perez, Ricciardo and Vettel are chasing Rosberg's sick car
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Marshals work to clear his car away
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Kvyat has retired his Toro Rosso at the hairpin
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Lap 49/70: Massa rejoins in seventh, just behind team-mate Bottas
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So he wasn't able to edge out his tyre life
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Massa pits from the lead
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Rosberg told to look after his brakes and do his best to make it to the flag
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The car is put on jacks and his race is over
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Lap 48/70: Hamilton brings his car into the pits
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The Briton is tumbling down the order!
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It looks as though he has a brake problem
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Lap 47/70: Smoke is coming from the rear of Hamilton's car
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He fights back at the final chicane, runs straight on, but has to yield
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Hamilton runs too deep at the hairpin and drops behind Rosberg
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We have a race on our hands now...
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Crucially, Hamilton is ahead of Rosberg!
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Lap 46/70: Massa takes the lead for Williams
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Hamilton stops for a fresh set of Softs
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That means Rosberg will have to do any passing on the track
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Massa has just been told to go to to end on his current set of tyres
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The German, still on Softs, rejoins behind Massa
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Lap 45/70: Rosberg pits, releasing Hamilton
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At this rate, the cars behind will catch them
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He is also informed that it cannot be fixed
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Lap 44/70: Rosberg told that both cars have the same problem
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Massa is the man in line to benefit most from any unreliability
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Lap 43/70: The Mercedes drivers still losing two seconds per lap to those behind
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The Force India man pits for a set of Super Soft tyres
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Lap 42/70: Hulkenberg brings his mammoth opening stint to an end
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Replays show his problems arose under acceleration
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He continues without major drama
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Raikkonen spins at the hairpin
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He is told to focus on the race ahead of him
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Lap 41/70: Vettel questioning Red Bull's strategy calls
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Raikkonen has also pitted
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Vergne pits, putting on new Softs
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Lap 40/70: Amid the drama, Hamilton is closing in on Rosberg
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They have dropped to the 1m22s, with most cars behind in the 1m19s
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Both drivers are running extremely slowly
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Lap 39/70: Could we have trouble at Mercedes?
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Softs for the Australian, who rejoins ahead of Vettel
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Lap 38/70: Ricciardo brings his Red Bull in for a stop
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He's dropped to 1.8 seconds behind Rosberg
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Hamilton reports a loss of power
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He rejoins in ninth, behind Perez
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Lap 37/70: Vettel pits, putting on fresh Softs
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The Finn comes back out in 12th
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Lap 36/70: Bottas pits for Softs
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Perez rejoins in P10, just behind Vergne
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A clean stop for Soft rubber
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Lap 35/70: Perez finally pits for fresh tyres
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Smart thinking from the race leader while under pressure
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Rosberg asks what brake settings Hamilton is running
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Lap 34/70: Gutierrez has pitted again
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With both men pushing hard, they are more than 20 seconds clear of Perez
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Lap 33/70: Hamilton back within half a second of Rosberg
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The German is instead on his 'final warning'
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Lap 32/70: No penalty for Rosberg
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He's used 2kg more than team-mate Hamilton so far
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Rosberg is told to save a little more fuel
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Lap 31/70: Rosberg finds some time to edge out his advantage
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With Vettel losing time behind Hulkenberg, Bottas is closing in
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He's taken these Super Softs much further than expected
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Perez told that his stint is being extended
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Kvyat pits at the end of the lap for fresh tyres
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The McLaren driver is up to 12th position
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Replays show Button passing Kvyat at the hairpin
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Lap 30/70: Just three tenths between the front two now
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He is back within DRS range of his team-mate
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Lap 29/70: Hamilton told not to take any risks as Rosberg is under investigation
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The stewards are going to investigate Rosberg's actions at the final chicane
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"You're doing an excellent job, Checo," is the message to Perez
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Lap 28/70: The Force Indias are managing their tyres extremely well
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Hulkenberg has found a way back past Vettel
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Lap 27/70: Hamilton reducing Rosberg's advantage once more
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Massa gets past former team-mate Alonso at the first corner for P8
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Lap 26/70: The lead gap is now up to 1.1 seconds
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He posts a new fastest lap in the process, which could land him in trouble
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Rosberg locks up at the final chicane and runs straight on
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Marshals should be able to clear that away pretty quickly
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He's pulled off just after the Turn 3/4 chicane
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Kobayashi has retired with car damage
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Just half a second separating the Silver Arrows machines now
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Lap 25/70: Hamilton still pumping in fastest laps
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He's now within DRS range of Rosberg...
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Lap 24/70: Another new fastest lap from Hamilton
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He finally moves ahead at the hairpin
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Vettel still trying to find a way past Hulkenberg
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Maldonado pits with some damage to the left-hand side of his car
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Lap 23/70: Hamilton gains another half a second next time around
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He just took nine tenths out of his team-mate's lead
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Lap 22/70: Hamilton has found a rhythm and is absolutely flying
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Vettel is beginning to catch them in his Red Bull
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Could they be aiming for a one-stop strategy?
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Perez and Hulkenberg, yet to stop, are running third and fourth
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Lap 21/70: Rosberg leads Hamilton by 2.7 seconds
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A clean stop for Hamilton, but Rosberg moves back into the lead
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He was very lucky to avoid the wall there...
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Replays show Rosberg getting it wrong through the Turn 3/4 chicane
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Lap 20/70: After some rapid sector times, Hamilton pits
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Softs for Rosberg, who stays second on the road
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That puts Hamilton in some clean air
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Lap 19/70: Rosberg pits from the lead
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He is now running in 12th position
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Massa, having lost out in the stops, finds a way past Kvyat
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Lap 18/70: Raikkonen is the next driver to stop
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Alonso, on Softs, rejoins in P10, just ahead of Vergne
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But the McLaren driver fights back and retakes the position
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Gutierrez passes Button for P14
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Lap 17/70: Alonso pits his Ferrari
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Keeping up the trend, it's Soft tyres all the way
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Massa, Vergne, Magnussen and Sutil are also in
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Lap 16/70: Vettel pits from third position
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Both drivers put on Soft tyres
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Bottas and Button pit for fresh rubber
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Lap 15/70: Hamilton trims Rosberg's lead to 1.7 seconds
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He switches to Softs and rejoins in 15th
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Lap 14/70: Ricciardo dives into the pits
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Ericsson's retirement was due to a engine power failure
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Lap 13/70: Ricciardo closing in on fifth-placed Massa
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Grosjean has pitted for a set of Softs
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We believe the Williams cars are running particularly low downforce set-ups here
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Bottas is starting to feel some rear graining
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Lap 12/70: Rosberg pulls two seconds clear of Hamilton
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Vettel comfortably clear of the Williams duo at the moment
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Lap 11/70: The battle between the Mercedes drivers resumes...
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Hamilton passes Vettel into the chicane with the use of DRS
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Replays show Kvyat spinning at the first corner
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The Swede will be the third retirement
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It looks as though Ericsson's race is over
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Lap 10/70: Hamilton having a look at Vettel along the back straight
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The Safety Car would have helped all drivers on that front
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"Fuel is good to the end," Rosberg is informed
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Ericsson brings his Caterham in for a pit-stop
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Perez makes a move on Button for P10
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Hamilton is all over the back of Vettel's car
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Lap 9/70: Rosberg leading Vettel by 1.4 seconds
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Hamilton will be eager to pass Vettel promptly
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All clear through the first two corners
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Lap 8/70: Rosberg bolts clear and we're racing again!
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Lots of weaving and jolting to heat up tyres and brakes
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Lap 7/70: The Safety Car will be in at the end of this lap
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The marshals are sweeping away some of the quick-dry sand
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Lap 6/70: Still work going on at the Turn 3/4 chicane
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He wants that to be removed before the restart, and rightly so
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Vettel reports that there is still a sizeable piece of debris on the racing line
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Lap 4/70: Marshals are clearing away the final bits of debris
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Gutierrez has made another pit-stop
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Hamilton was forced wide, allowing Vettel to slip through
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Lap 3/70: Start replays show the Mercedes duo narrowly avoiding Turn 1 contact
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The German is concerned about the debris
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Vettel asks for a check on his tyre pressures
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Lap 2/70: Gutierrez has taken the opportunity to pit
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Both men are out of their cars and unharmed
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Replays show Chilton losing control through Turn 3, before collecting his team-mate
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That is Chilton's first Formula 1 retirement
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Bianchi and Chilton are both out of the race
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The Safety Car has been deployed for a big incident involving the Marussias
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Alonso, Raikkonen and Button in the remaining top ten positions
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Bottas and Massa are the next through, followed by Ricciardo and Vergne
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Rosberg fends off Hamilton into the first corner, who drops behind Vettel
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The Canadian Grand Prix is go!
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The light procedure begins in Montreal...
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The rest of the grid gradually forms up behind him
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Rosberg returns to his pole position slot
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Gutierrez, remember, is starting his race from the pit lane
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The remaining drivers will start on Super Softs
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Those drivers are: HUL, KVY, MAL, CHI, BIA, ERI, GUT
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Seven drivers have chosen the Soft tyres for their opening stints
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Rosberg leads the field away on the formation lap
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We can tell you that has just hit the 50°C mark...
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Hamilton is keen for an update on the track temperature
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The drivers are getting strapped into their cars, as we edge closer to the start
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Pirelli now expects a minimum of two pit-stops per driver
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Air and track temperatures are sitting at 26°C and 45°C respectively
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The Canadian national anthem now plays around the circuit
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The drivers have arrived on the grid, with final pre-race discussions taking place
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They are controlled by one detection point, which sits just after Turn 9
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The first area begins shortly before Turn 12, with the second after Turn 14
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In terms of DRS, there are two activation zones in place this weekend
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As a reminder, Pirelli has brought its Super Soft (Red) and Soft (Yellow) tyres to Canada
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While Esteban Gutierrez is to start from the pit lane following a chassis change
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Kamui Kobayashi will be last to depart following a five-place gearbox penalty
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The remainder of today's grid can be found on our dedicated race panel
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Fernando Alonso led Ferrari's charge in seventh, with Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne, McLaren's Jenson Button and team-mate Kimi Raikkonen completing the top ten
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Williams enjoyed its strongest qualifying in eight years, with Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa doing enough to pip the second Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo
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Nico Rosberg edged out Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in a hard-fought qualifying session 24 hours ago, with Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel third
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It's another pleasant day in Montreal, with little threat of rain for the race
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