Brit leads home McLaren team-mate Jenson Button
14 June 2010

Lewis Hamilton led home McLaren team-mate Jenson Button in an action-packed Formula One Canadian Grand Prix.

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso finished third, but could have won - he was passed by both McLarens at different moments when wrong-footed by others cars.

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Red Bull had to settle for fourth and fifth - Sebastian Vettel nursing a car problem for much of the distance, and Mark Webber losing the lead when his strategy of leaving the super soft tyres until the final laps failed to pay off.

Results

1. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1h33:53.4562. Button McLaren-Mercedes +2.2543. Alonso Ferrari +9.2144. Vettel Red Bull-Renault +37.8175. Webber Red Bull-Renault +39.2916. Rosberg Mercedes +56.0847. Kubica Renault +57.3008. Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari +1 lap9. Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes +1 lap10. Sutil Force India-Mercedes +1 lap11. Schumacher Mercedes +1 lap12. Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari +1 lap13. Hulkenberg Williams-Cosworth +1 lap14. Barrichello Williams-Cosworth +1 lap15 Massa Ferrari +1 lap16. Kovalainen Lotus-Cosworth +2 laps17. Petrov Renault +2 laps18. Chandhok HRT-Cosworth +4 laps19. Di Grassi Virgin-Cosworth +5 laps

Championship standings

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Drivers: 1. Hamilton 109 2. Button 106 3. Webber 103 4. Alonso 94 5. Vettel 90 6. Rosberg 74 7. Kubica 73 8. Massa 67 9. Schumacher 3410. Sutil 23 11. Liuzzi 12 12. Barrichello 7 13. Petrov 6 14. Buemi 5 15. Alguersuari 3 16. Hulkenberg 1 17. Kobayashi 1

Constructors:1. McLaren-Mercedes 2152. Red Bull-Renault 1933. Ferrari 1614. Mercedes 1085. Renault 796. Force India-Mercedes 357. Williams-Cosworth 88. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 89. Sauber-Ferrari 1

All timing unofficial

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14 June 2010

First GP I have watched from start to finish this season and really enjoyed it. THe Canadian GP has to be one of the better circuits to promote open racing with plenty of places for overtaking. Stratergy inevitably played it's part but some good wheel to wheel racing ensued even in the pit lane. For me the best race this season.

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