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The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:50 pm

This is the place to discuss everything related to the 7th round of the 2018 season taking place in Montreal between the 8th and 10th of June.

To submit your 10 'n' Pole Picks for Canada click here, to register in the competition click here

Picks for Canada close at the start of Saturday practice.

The event timetable for the Canadian Grand Prix.

Friday
1st Practice 10:00 local time - 14:00 GMT
2nd Practice 14:00 local time - 14:00 GMT

Saturday
Practice 11:00 local time - 15:00 GMT
Qualifying 14:00 local time - 18:00 GMT

Sunday
Race 14:00 local time - 18:00 GMT

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:59 pm

This weekend we are back in Canada where I don't see much change from the current order of results.
Mercedes are suggesting that they will have a new power unit which should greatly enhance the prospect of another win.
The word from the Ferrari camp is that they expect no improvements so they will be chasing the tail lights of the silver arrows.
Red Bull have shown that they are competitive and I believe that they will threaten the podium.
Now, best of the rest.
This will be between the Haas of Magnussen, the Renaults of Ricciardo and Hulkenberg and the Toro Rosso of Kvyat and Albon.
The rest just seem to have fallen a little behind this group. I would include Romain Grosjean here.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:41 am

FP1 Results

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Pos	Time		Driver		   Team
1	1:12.767	Lewis Hamilton	   Mercedes
2	1:12.914	Valtteri Bottas	   Mercedes
3	1:13.720	Charles Leclerc	   Ferrari
4	1:13.755	Max Verstappen	   Red Bull Racing Honda
5	1:13.905	Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari
6	1:13.945	Kimi Räikkönen	   Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
7	1:13.973	Carlos Sainz	   McLaren Renault
8	1:14.123	Daniel Ricciardo   Renault
9	1:14.172	Sergio Perez	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
10	1:14.202	Kevin Magnussen	   Haas Ferrari
11	1:14.246	Lando Norris	   McLaren Renault
12	1:14.474	Nico Hulkenberg	   Renault
13	1:14.570	Pierre Gasly	   Red Bull Racing Honda
14	1:14.582	Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
15	1:14.645	Romain Grosjean	   Haas Ferrari
16	1:14.703	Alexander Albon	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
17	1:14.812	Lance Stroll	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
18	1:15.343	Daniil Kvyat	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
19	1:15.989	George Russell	   Williams Mercedes
20	1:16.199	Nicholas Latifi	   Williams Mercedes
Well, what else is there to say other than dust.
The session got under way and all you could see was dust. The track is going to take some time for it to clear.
Antonio Giovinazzi managed to catch the wall coming out of the turn 8-9 chicane.
Spins by Romain Grosjean and Sebastian Vettel and many more off tracks due to a lack of tyre adhesion.
Valtteri Bottas had a fuel pressure problem which ended his running near the end of the session.
Mercedes are nearly a second clear if the rest of the field.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:03 am

FP2 Results

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Pos	Time		Driver		   Team
1	1:12.177	Charles Leclerc	   Ferrari
2	1:12.251	Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari
3	1:12.311	Valtteri Bottas	   Mercedes
4	1:12.553	Carlos Sainz	   McLaren Renault
5	1:12.935	Kevin Magnussen	   Haas Ferrari
6	1:12.938	Lewis Hamilton	   Mercedes
7	1:13.003	Sergio Perez	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
8	1:13.016	Daniel Ricciardo   Renault
9	1:13.168	Nico Hulkenberg	   Renault
10	1:13.171	Lance Stroll	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
11	1:13.249	Lando Norris	   McLaren Renault
12	1:13.345	Pierre Gasly	   Red Bull Racing Honda
13	1:13.388	Max Verstappen	   Red Bull Racing Honda
14	1:13.436	Alexander Albon	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
15	1:13.521	Daniil Kvyat	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
16	1:13.542	Kimi Räikkönen	   Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
17	1:13.598	Romain Grosjean	   Haas Ferrari
18	1:14.870	Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
19	1:15.036	George Russell	   Williams Mercedes
20	1:15.287	Robert Kubica	   Williams Mercedes
That was a session that Lewis Hamilton would want to forget with him following Antonio Giovinazzi's lead from the previous session. Hamilton's session lasted a mere 8 laps and the damage brought his session to an end.
Max Verstappen closed rapidly on Pierre Gasly as he approached the final turn and ended up in 'The Wall of Champions'.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:03 am

FP3 Results

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Pos	Time		Driver		   Team
1	1:10.843	Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari
2	1:10.982	Charles Leclerc	   Ferrari
3	1:11.236	Lewis Hamilton	   Mercedes
4	1:11.531	Valtteri Bottas	   Mercedes
5	1:11.842	Max Verstappen	   Red Bull Racing Honda
6	1:11.914	Pierre Gasly	   Red Bull Racing Honda
7	1:12.045	Daniel Ricciardo   Renault
8	1:12.154	Lando Norris	   McLaren Renault
9	1:12.175	Sergio Perez	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
10	1:12.298	Daniil Kvyat	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
11	1:12.305	Nico Hulkenberg	   Renault
12	1:12.337	Kevin Magnussen	   Haas Ferrari
13	1:12.399	Carlos Sainz	   McLaren Renault
14	1:12.423	Alexander Albon	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
15	1:12.627	Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
16	1:12.708	Kimi Räikkönen	Alfa    Romeo Racing Ferrari
17	1:13.197	Romain Grosjean	   Haas Ferrari
18	1:13.966	George Russell	   Williams Mercedes
19	1:14.426	Robert Kubica	   Williams Mercedes
20	No Time	Lance Stroll	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
A disastrous session for Lance Stroll with a fluid fire in the back of his Racing Point. Fortunately, it was attended to quickly and damage was contained.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:13 am

Qualifying

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Pos	Time		Driver		   Team
1	1:10.240	Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari
2	1:10.446	Lewis Hamilton	   Mercedes
3	1:10.920	Charles Leclerc	   Ferrari
4	1:11.071	Daniel Ricciardo   Renault
5	1:11.079	Pierre Gasly	   Red Bull Racing Honda
6	1:11.101	Valtteri Bottas	   Mercedes
7	1:11.324	Nico Hulkenberg	   Renault
8	1:11.863	Lando Norris	   McLaren Renault
9	1:13.981	Carlos Sainz	   McLaren Renault
10	No Time		Kevin Magnussen	   Haas Ferrari
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11	1:11.800	Max Verstappen	   Red Bull Racing Honda
12	1:11.921	Daniil Kvyat	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
13	1:12.136	Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
14	1:12.193	Alexander Albon	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
15	No Time		Romain Grosjean	   Haas Ferrari
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16	1:12.197	Sergio Perez	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
17	1:12.230	Kimi Räikkönen	   Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
18	1:12.266	Lance Stroll	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
19	1:13.617	George Russell	   Williams Mercedes
20	1:14.393	Robert Kubica	   Williams Mercedes

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:25 am

Kevin Magnussen has a huge incident at the end of Q2 hitting the 'Wall of Champions' and then into the pit wall on the inside of the track.
The driver is okay but the car will need some serious work to get it back on track.
This incident had huge ramifications for many with Max Verstappen, Romain Grosjean, Daniil Kvyat and Alexander Albon all unable to complete their last chance flying runs at the end of the session.
Carlos Sainz also picked up a 3 place grid penalty for impeding Alexander Albon in Q1 and will move back to grid position 12. This may now be position 11 depending on what penalties will be applied to Kevin Magnussen for the repairs to his Haas.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:45 am

Race Results

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Pos	Driver		   Team
1	Lewis Hamilton	   Mercedes
2	Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari
3	Charles Leclerc	   Ferrari
4	Valtteri Bottas	   Mercedes
5	Max Verstappen	   Red Bull Racing Honda
6	Daniel Ricciardo   Renault
7	Nico Hulkenberg	   Renault
8	Pierre Gasly	   Red Bull Racing Honda
9	Lance Stroll	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
10	Daniil Kvyat	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
11	Carlos Sainz	   McLaren Renault
12	Sergio Perez	   Racing Point BWT Mercedes
13	Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
14	Romain Grosjean	   Haas Ferrari
15	Kimi Räikkönen	   Alfa Romeo Racing Ferrari
16	George Russell	   Williams Mercedes
17	Kevin Magnussen	   Haas Ferrari
18	Robert Kubica	   Williams Mercedes
DNF	Alexander Albon	   Scuderia Toro Rosso Honda
DNF	Lando Norris	   McLaren Renault
Sebastian Vettel received a 5 second penalty for rejoining the track in an unsafe manner and forcing another car off the track.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by cmlean » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:59 am

Ferrari have announced their intention to appeal the stewards decision in accordance with Article 15 of the FIA International Sporting Code and Article 9.1.1 of the FIA Judicial and Disciplinary Rules.
They have 96 hours to gather their evidence and lodge their appeal.

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Re: The 2019 Canadian GP Thread

Post by 10 n Pole Admin » Sun Jun 16, 2019 10:18 am

With Ferrari still considering alternative options for an appeal for Sebastian Vettel's Canadian Grand Prix penalty, we will have to wait until the race morning of the French Grand Prix for the decision by the FIA.
Apologies to all who are waiting on the 10'n'Pole results for this round.
Don't forget to get your entries in for France '19 by Saturday 22/06/2019 10:00 UTC, 12:00 local.

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