Controversy aside, here’s a selection of photographs from Montreal.
The trophy, that one we kept. From then on, we called it “the one we didn’t even give them a sniff of”
The first time a safety car was ever used during an F1 race was during the Canadian Grand Prix in 1973 where a yellow Porsche 914 was used.
"Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee, that was for Muhammad Ali" - Lewis Hamilton after winning a THRILLING Canadian Grand Prix.
No other name sums up the relationship between Ferrari and Canada better than that of Gilles Villeneuve.
"Really just a fantastic weekend; great to get back on the top step. Did I need this? I think so" -Hamilton
"I feel amazing today. I won my first Grand Prix here, and to get my 44th pole here is very special for me" said Hamilton
Nico Rosberg led the way ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean in another session cut short following two red flags
Hamilton had again a mixed session finishing again first but having another spin and ultimately ending at the barriers
One of most appealing races on the calendar, next is the Canadian GP at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
“There are two key requirements for getting the very most out of the car at the Gilles Villeneuve track and they are speed and a reliable braking system”. - Kimi Raikkonen.