2010 Canadian GP – Race Result – McLaren 1-2 again

2010 Canadian GP - Podium

2010 Canadian GP - Podium

Lewis Hamilton won the 2010 Canadian GP, Jenson Button completed another 1-2 for McLaren. Fernando Alonso finished third just ahead of Red Bulls of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber. The remaining points went to Rosberg, Kubica, Buemi and Force India duo Liuzzi and Sutil. Both Force India drivers overtook Michael Schumacher on the last lap. Several incidents (involving among others Robert Kubica and Michael Schumacher) were investigated after the race. Felipe Massa was handed 20 seconds penalty for pitlane speeding and while Robert Kubica was reprimanded for his rather dangerous dive into the pitlane.

2010 Canadian GP – Race Result

1. Hamilton – McLaren – 1h33:53.456
2. Button – McLaren +2.254
3. Alonso – Ferrari +9.214
4. Vettel – Red Bull +37.817
5. Webber – Red Bull +39.291
6. Rosberg – Mercedes +56.084
7. Kubica – Renault +57.300
8. Buemi – Toro Rosso + 1 lap
9. Liuzzi – Force India + 1 lap
10. Sutil – Force India + 1 lap

11. Schumacher – Mercedes + 1 lap
12. Alguersuari – Toro Rosso + 1 lap
13. Hulkenberg – Williams + 1 lap
14. Barrichello – Williams + 1 lap
15. Massa – Ferrari + 1 lap
16. Kovalainen – Lotus +2 laps
17. Petrov – Renault +2 laps
18. Chandhok – HRT +4 laps
19. di Grassi – Virgin +5 laps

DNF:

Glock – Virgin – 50 laps
Trulli – Lotus – 43 laps
de la Rosa – Sauber – 31 laps
Senna – HRT – 14 laps
Kobayashi – Sauber – 2 laps

Fastest lap: Kubica, 1:16.972

4 Comments Post a Comment
  1. zblkhwkNo Gravatar says:

    fantastic race. Lots of competition and passing.

    What happened to Red Bull? I keep hearing talk about brake problems with Vettel, I wonder if the high speed heavy braking tracks do not work for them. Or maybe McLaren has caught up.

    Whatever the case…it’s a dog fight for the championship.

    • F1WolfNo Gravatar says:

      McLaren were considered favourites for this race because of their straight line speed. Red Bull probably hoped their tyre strategy was better for the race considering the at the time risky option selected by McLaren (to start of fast degrading soft tyres). at the end the tyre strategy worked for McLaren …

  2. ApexNo Gravatar says:

    The championship is open to all the drivers of Mclaren, Red bull and Alonso…
    Red bulls realli need to work wid their car’s stability, most of the time, their car would give up in the last 10 laps of the race, be it suspension, brakes or whatever…

  3. gc.itNo Gravatar says:

    I simply don’t understand why RB waited so long before changing tyres on Webber’s car. Perhaps they could not have won the race, but for sure they would have managed the position a little bit better

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