Lewis Hamilton wins the Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Lewis Hamilton turns his sixth Canadian pole into his sixth Canadian win, as he dominates the race to lead a Mercedes one-two finish. Hunted by Ricciardo, as the Australian fends off the threat of Force India after Vettel goes from front to back.
Kimi Raikkonen tops FP2 at the Canadian Grand Prix, from Lewis Hamilton.
After Lewis Hamilton topped the morning session from of Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen fought back come second practice to put the Italian constructor on top – leaving morning pace-setter Hamilton two-tenths shy of Raikkonen’s pace. Meanwhile, spins befell Vettel, Grosjean, Bottas and Vandoorne as the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve continued to show a lack of grip.
Lewis Hamilton wins the 2015 Canadian Grand Prix ahead of Nico Rosberg and Valtteri Bottas.
After 70 laps around the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Lewis Hamilton stood on the top spot of the podium to claim his fourth win around Montreal after starting the race from his fourth pole position. Nico Rosberg came home in second, while Bottas picked up his first podium after capitalising on a spin by Kimi Raikkonen.
Lewis Hamilton secures pole for the 2015 Canadian Grand Prix, in a Mercedes front row lock out ahead of Raikkonen and Bottas.
On the back of disappointment in Monaco and a disappointing practice, Lewis Hamilton topped qualifying to secure pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix. Lewis secured the top spot by three tenths of a second to his team-mate while Vettel and Massa dropped out in Q1. Continue reading →
Nico Rosberg fastest from Raikkonen and Grosjean in final free practice at the 2015 Canadian Grand Prix.
With just an hour on track teams had to set their cars up for qualifying and make up for the lost time from second free practice. But two red flags meant supersoft running was limited but when the chequered flag fell over the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Rosberg was the fastest man on track with a 1:15.660.
For one race weekend, Formula One breaks away from Europe for the Canadian Grand Prix. Read on for my preview to the race.
After two rounds in Europe, Formula One continues to travel west and touches down in Canada. Another race around public streets provides Lewis Hamilton with the first chance to bounce back from the pit stop calamity that cost him the win in Monaco. The race will also bring back happy memories for Lewis after he claimed his first win in Formula One here back in 2007.