Canadian Grand Prix F1 Result – June 9

MONTREAL, Canada (Sporting Alert) — Red Bull Racing star driver Sebastian Vettel cruised to victory at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal on Sunday to increase his lead at the top of the Formula One standings.

The German, who started the event from the pole position, covered the 70 lap race in 1:32:09.143, beating Fernando Alonso of Ferrari into second and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton.

“Great race. I had a very good start and then I was able to really go with the car,” a delighted Vettel said following his winning performance.

“On the super-soft we saw the tyres were falling apart but we were as good as everyone else and I was able to build a gap.

“A very important race for us to win – finally we get it off the list and I’m very proud of that. Great car by the team and we were able to pull away from the rest and control the race.”

Red Bull’s Mark Webber took fourth, while Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg came home fifth. Williams driver Valtteri Bottas, who was very impressive during the qualifying sessions, fell to 14th.

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Pos Driver Team Grid Time diff. Pts
1 S.Vettel Red Bull 1 1:32:09.143 25
2 F.Alonso Ferrari 6 +14.400 18
3 L.Hamilton Mercedes 2 +15.900 15
4 M.Webber Red Bull 5 +25.700 12
5 N.Rosberg Mercedes 4 +69.700 10
6 J.Vergne Toro Rosso 7 +1 lap 8
7 P.di Resta Force India 17 +1 lap 6
8 F.Massa Ferrari 16 +1 lap 4
9 K.Raikkonen Lotus 10 +1 lap 2
10 A.Sutil Force India 8 +1 lap 1
11 S.Perez McLaren 12 +1 lap –
12 J.Button McLaren 14 +1 lap –
13 R.Grosjean Lotus 22 +1 lap –
14 V.Bottas Williams 3 +1 lap
15 D.Ricciardo Toro Rosso 11 +2 laps –
16 P.Maldonado Williams 13 +2 laps –
17 J.Bianchi Marussia 19 +2 laps –
18 C.Pic Caterham 18 +3 laps –
19 M.Chilton Marussia 20 +3 laps –
RET E.Gutierrez Sauber 15 +7 laps –
RET N.Hulkenberg Sauber 9 +25 laps –
RET G.van der Garde Caterham 21 +27 laps –


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