LII Grand Prix du Canada
Date
June 7, 2015
Circuit
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Distance
4.361 m x 70 Laps = 305.27 Kms
Pole Position
Lewis Hamilton, 1.14.393
Fastest Lap
Kimi Räikkönen, 1.16.987
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Pos Driver Laps Time/Retire
1 Lewis Hamilton 70 1h31m53.145
2 Nico Rosberg 70 1h31m55.430
3 Valtteri Bottas 70 1h32m33.811
4 Kimi Räikkönen 70 1h32m38.770
5 Sebastian Vettel 70 1h32m43.048
6 Felipe Massa 70 1h32m49.526
7 Pastor Maldonado 70 1h32m59.809
8 Nico Hülkenberg 69 -
9 Daniil Kvyat 69 -
10 Romain Grosjean 69 -
11 Sergio Pérez 69 -
12 Carlos Sáinz Jr. 69 -
13 Daniel Ricciardo 69 -
14 Marcus Ericsson 69 -
15 Max Verstappen 69 -
16 Felipe Nasr 68 -
17 Will Stevens 66 -
DNF Roberto Merhi 57 Gearbox
DNF Jenson Button 54 Exhaust
DNF Fernando Alonso 44 Exhaust

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Race Reviews

Race Reviews

(France)
7
Vettel did all the funny job
June 17, 2015
Vettel did a bad pit strategy in getting off those super softs after only 8 laps then spending an extra 5 secs in the pits and having to overtake everyone all over again. Yet still only finished 5s behind his teammate, who was in clean air the entire race and pitted the same number of times.
Hamilton spent most of the race with his teammate within 2s of him. If Nico led into the first corner, he would have won.
Bottas did a better job than Massa, but was lucky to beat Kimi and did play to the strengths of the Williams straight line speed.
Verstappen finished almost 20s behind his teammate.
Maldonado, on paper it would be a good drive, but don't forget his teammate would have finished quite some way in front of him if he didn't pull a bonehead move lapping Stevens. He wasn't as fast as Grosjean overall.
Kyvat did a good drive actually. The fastest of those without a Mercedes or Ferrari engine, a long way ahead of all his teammate.
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
8
Nice race
June 15, 2015
Easy win for Hamilton playing all the time with Rosberg.

Valtteri Bottas drove his Williams to third position, the first podium place for the team this year and a welcome salve to heal the team's wounds from a poor showing in Monaco. That placing came courtesy of being in the right place at the right time, which was not far behind Kimi Raikkonen when the Ferrari driver spun at the hairpin after his first pit stop.

Behind him came Sebastian Vettel, cursed throughout the weekend but touched by luck and a few cars on the way to a fifth-place finish. The German lined up on the grid in 18th after taking a few penalties, then coursed through the field in a Ferrari that is clearly faster than it was a couple of weeks ago
Los Angeles (United States)
6
Vettel and Massa saved the race
June 11, 2015
F1 is now being won by computers in the back of garages which is beyond being stupid, it's taken the racer's ability to race away and robbed us of being able to watch some of the worlds fastest drivers do what they are supposed to do - go as fast as they can and get to the chequered flag first.
I love F1 but its a sad day when not only do we have the front runners being told to conserve brakes, tyres & fuel, its virtually the entire field including multiple world champions whilst being lapped.
Marseille (France)
6
Not a bad race
June 10, 2015
Good job from both Mercedes drivers. Lewis basically won this later qualifying and later controlled things perfectly in the race. Nico managed to stay once him and put some pressure a propos but no mistakes from Lewis meant he never had a inadvertent to accumulation. Still a enlarged effort than some races from Nico this year.
Bottas, was in the podium by the error of Kimi but he was close sufficient to recognize advantage and managed the race/tyres in the back ease.
Kimi - never took any simple of accomplishment to the Mercedes what-therefore-ever (after looking promising after practice upon the long control pace it just didn't happen) and plus finished going on at the at the forefront a slower car
Vettel - showed that the Ferrari actually had decent race pace, personally I don't think he would have ended promote on of the Mercs had he started his delightful P3 but he may have challenged them, at least for