Lewis Hamilton has won the 2016 Canada Grand Prix in Montreal, his second straight win this season which takes him just within 9 points off championship leader Rosberg. Sebastian Vettel managed a second place finish after his heroic start to the race while Max Verstappen saw off the challenge from Rosberg to take his first podium since Spanish grand prix last month.
Canada Grand Prix Race Results: So its Hamilton who won his fifth Grand Prix in Canada and this might go down as a turning point of the career where momentum now shifts towards Hamilton who only trails by 9 points off Rosberg. Ferrari had a decent day with Vettel producing incredible start for the surprise of many but in the end Mercedes kept its dominance as they won yet another grand prix win.
Canada Grand Prix Highlights
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Lewis Hamilton will fancy his chances in Canada having won the grand prix last year and he need to consistantly win races from now to end of the season if here were to defend his F1 title.
Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix – Qualifying Results:
Lewis Hamilton has narrowly pipped team mate Nico Rosberg for the 2016 Canada Grand Prix pole position. In the process of claiming pole position on Saturday, Hamilton also set his personal best at this circuit and he will be favourite to go on and win his second grand prix of the season on Sunday.
Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix 2016 Highlights: The race will take place in Montreal at around noon local time while in United Kingdom BBC Sports and SkyF1 will broadcast the race at 19:00 uk time. Once the race is over you can always tune in here to get the results and full race replay video which will be available couple of hours after the race is over.
Canadian grand prix will take place at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and it is one of the most exciting grand prix of the season with bit of everything making it challenging for drivers and producing drama almost every year.
Lewis Hamilton has won four canadian grand prixs and he can make it five just one short of Michael Schumacher’s record of 6. Nico Rosberg will be looking to bounce back after two terrible races to stay in the lead with business end of the season heading fast.
Canada has seen massive upward trend in Formula 1 viewing figures disclosed in the F1 media report 2015, around 17.9% increase in taking yearly unique viewers to around 3.3 million. Thats largely down to grand prix race start time adjustment which suits European time where the core audience of Formula 1 exists. So its all setup for a massive weekend in Formula 1 season where we can expect alot more excitement and surprises on both ends of the F1 standings.