F1 race summary Canada: Vettel wins Hamilton

The German cornered Lewis after an error and was penalized with five seconds left him second despite crossing the finish line first.


With the victory of Hamilton we say goodbye for two weeks, when the eighth race of the 2019 season of the F1 World Championship will be held in France. Thank you for continuing with us on Sunday in Montreal. See you soon!

Mercedes wins ... without doing

Everything works well for Mercedes at the start of the season while in Maranello live the opposite side of the coin. While with Leclerc on the verge of achieving victory in Bahrain it was the SF90 who failed, this time it was a Sebastian Vettel that until the 49th lap had managed the race to perfection. He checked Hamilton at all times but was not able to do the same with his instinct, closing the line to the British after rejoining the track in a very dangerous way because of an error.

There was the key to the race. Hamilton was able to force the failure of Vettel and in turn achieve a victory, the seventh of the season for Brackley, who arrived without having been the first to see the checkered flag. But that is now the least of it. The reality is that the leader of the World is even more leader and in the middle of the controversy, has been Leclerc the great unnoticed of a podium in which today the double has been Ferrari. Although we have tried it until the end, Sainz has was out of points in the last lap and crossed the finish line in eleventh place.

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Ferrari, with Vettel at the wheel, seems to have found the wings that allowed him to fly in the winter tests of Barcelona. Those of Maranello, seven great prizes later, return to the first position of real form and with Mercedes in difficulties. In Brackley they release a propeller that is already giving problems before starting in the car of Hamilton, which was with its second place the only one capable of breaking what could have been the third double of the Italians this weekend. But there are not two without three, or at least that's what they say, and it will be much more positive for them to sign it in a day where they hope not to fail again, as did others like Verstappen yesterday.

The error of Red Bull was in copying the strategy of Mercedes and Ferrari. The Dutch had the means to try to pass the cut of Q2 and the traffic left him without a competitive time and therefore, outside the fight for the pole. Yes was present in it Carlos Sainz, who did not penalize for strategy but to hinder Albon in the first cut of the timed. The Spanish, who qualified ninth, suffered a punishment of three positions and will start from twelfth place in a weekend that has faced from more to less. But he trusts being able to be for the fourth time in a row in the points.



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