Hamilton becomes seventh winner in seven races in the Canadian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton finally took his first victory of the 2012 Formula 1 season as the McLaren driver charged back to pass the one-stopping Fernando Alonso's Ferrari and win the Canadian Grand Prix for the third time in his career.
<font face='Courier New'>[U]<font color='DimGray'>Canadian GP</font>
<font color='SandyBrown'>Race Results</font>
[/U]</font><font color='DarkOrchid'>Pos Driver Team Time</font>
1. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1h32:29.586
2. Grosjean Lotus-Renault + 2.513
3. Perez Sauber-Ferrari + 5.260
4. Vettel Red Bull-Renault + 7.295
5. Alonso Ferrari + 13.411
6. Rosberg Mercedes + 13.842
7. Webber Red Bull-Renault + 15.085
8. Raikkonen Lotus-Renault + 15.567
9. Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari + 24.432
10. Massa Ferrari + 25.272
11. Di Resta Force India-Mercedes + 37.693
12. Hulkenberg Force India-Mercedes + 46.236
13. Maldonado Williams-Renault + 47.052
14. Ricciardo Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1:04.475
15. Vergne Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
16. Button McLaren-Mercedes + 1 lap
17. Senna Williams-Renault + 1 lap
18. Kovalainen Caterham-Renault + 1 lap
19. Petrov Caterham-Renault + 1 lap
20. Pic Marussia-Cosworth + 2 laps
<font color='SeaGreen'>Fastest lap: Vettel, 1:15.752
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<font color='DarkOrchid'>Driver Team On lap</font>
Glock Marussia-Cosworth 57
Schumacher Mercedes 34
De la Rosa HRT-Cosworth 25
Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth 23
Here is the World Championships Standings after Canadian GP:
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<font color='Red'>Drivers: Constructors: </font>
1. Hamilton 88 1. Red Bull-Renault 164
2. Alonso 86 2. McLaren-Mercedes 133
3. Vettel 85 3. Lotus-Renault 108
4. Webber 79 4. Ferrari 97
5. Rosberg 67 5. Mercedes 69
6. Raikkonen 55 6. Sauber-Ferrari 58
7. Grosjean 53 7. Williams-Renault 44
8. Button 45 8. Force India-Mercedes 28
9. Perez 37 9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 6
10. Maldonado 29
11. Kobayashi 21
12. Di Resta 21
13. Senna 15
14. Massa 11
15. Hulkenberg 7
16. Vergne 4
17. Schumacher 2
18. Ricciardo 2
Canadian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton admits he couldn't have managed a one-stop strategy
Lewis Hamilton admitted a one-stop strategy was not a viable option for him as he celebrated his first win of the season in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Grosjean unaware he was fighting for a podium after finishing second in Canada
Romain Grosjean admitted after finishing second in the Canadian Grand Prix that he wasn't aware he was fighting for a podium position in the closing stages of the race.
Perez says he had no expectations of finishing on the podium in Canadian GP
Sergio Perez admitted that he had absolutely no expectation of finishing on the podium after only qualifying 15th for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes apologises to Michael Schumacher for latest technical failure
Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn has apologised to Michael Schumacher for the DRS problem that forced the German into retirement from the Canadian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button 'lost and confused' by complete lack of pace
Jenson Button says he hasn't got a clue how to rectify the grip problems he currently faces with his McLaren after finishing the Canadian Grand Prix a lap down in 16th position in what he called his 'worst race in many years'.
Fernando Alonso defends Ferrari's Canadian Grand Prix strategy
Fernando Alonso has defended his Ferrari team's decision to not pit for a second time during the Canadian Grand Prix, despite dropping down to fifth position.
Sebastian Vettel says late pitstop in the Canadian Grand Prix was the right call
Sebastian Vettel praised Red Bull's late decision to switch his strategy in the Canadian Grand Prix after admitting that the one-stop plan he was on was the wrong choice.
Raikkonen laments starting position
Kimi Raikkonen believes he could have achieved more in the Canadian Grand Prix if he had started from a better grid slot.
Massa 'angry' after early spin
Felipe Massa revealed he was "angry" with himself for spinning early in the Canadian Grand Prix as he eventually finished tenth.
Engine hesitation problem hampers Webber
Mark Webber's Canadian Grand Prix was compromised by an engine hesitation problem in the early stages of the race.