2019 Canadian Grand Prix: F1 Race Winner, Results & Report

Lewis Hamilton gets the win in Canadian GP 2019

Event: Canadian Grand Prix
Track: Gilles Villeneuve Circuit

Weather: Dry 28.5-30.9°C
Tarmac: 51.9-50.2°C dry
Humidity: 18.2%
Wind: 1.1 m/s
Pressure: 1022.2 bar

Lewis Hamilton scored the 50th Canadian Formula 1 Grand today. The Mercedes driver got his 78th Formula 1 race win and the 95th victory for Mercedes after a 5 second penalty was given by the stewards to Sebastian Vettel for an unsafe return on the track in the Ferrari.

On the formation lap Lewis Hamilton's car almost stalled, but he was able to get away. Alexander Albon came into the pits for a new nose after he got sandwiched by Antonio Giovianzzi and Sergio Pérez.

After 7 laps Max Verstappen passed Lando Norris for P8 on th e straight and drove to Valtteri Bottas his Mercedes who is held up by the Renault of Daniel Ricciardo.

Pierre Gasly was the first to do a pit stop. He switched from the Soft tyre to the Hard (white) tyre and returned to the track on P13 in lap 9.

Lando Norris was the first to retire because his suspension failed of the rear right wheel on the main straight.

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Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel almost hit during the 2019 Canadian F1 GP

In lap 26 race leader Sebastian Vettel had a solid pitstop and returned to the track as 3rd in front of Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas. In lap 28 Lewis Hamilton switched to the hard tyres. The British driver also returned to the track just before Bottas.

In lap 27 Giovinazzi spun in turn 2, but was able to return to the track and go on. In lap 31 Bottas also did his pitstop to switch to the hard tyre compound and returned to the track on P6.

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc did his pitstop at the end of lap 34. He returned to the track as 4th, just behind Verstappen in the Red Bull.

In lap 48 Vettel almost lost control of the Ferrari and Hamilton had to react very quickly to avoid a collision in turn 4. When Verstappen came in for new tyres. He got new medium tyres and returned to the track on P7 in front of his team mate.

Vettel received a 5 seconds time penalty for impeding Hamilton when he came back on the the track and finished 2nd because of his penalty.


Canadian F1 GP Results
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Classification 2019 Canadian GP

144United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes01:29:07.08470
25Germany Sebastian Vettel
Italy Ferrari01:29:10.74270
316Monaco Charles Leclerc
Italy Ferrari01:29:11.78070
477Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes01:29:58.12770
533Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull01:30:04.73970
63Australia Daniel Ricciardo
France Renault01:29:10.15769
727Germany Nico Hülkenberg
France Renault01:29:10.55969
810France Pierre Gasly
Austria Red Bull01:29:20.62569
918Canada Lance Stroll
United Kingdom Racing Point01:29:39.11169
1026Russian Federation Daniil Kvyat
Italy Toro Rosso01:29:41.59969
1155Spain Carlos Sainz
United Kingdom McLaren01:29:43.76769
1211Mexico Sergio Pérez
United Kingdom Racing Point01:29:51.99969
1399Italy Antonio Giovinazzi
Switzerland Alfa Romeo01:30:14.96869
148France Romain Grosjean
United States Haas01:30:16.63769
157Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Switzerland Alfa Romeo01:30:17.19769
1663United Kingdom George Russell
United Kingdom Williams01:29:59.79268
1720Denmark Kevin Magnussen
United States Haas01:30:08.36668
1888Poland Robert Kubica
United Kingdom Williams01:29:36.15067
DNF23Thailand Alex Albon
Italy Toro RossoCollision damage59
DNF4United Kingdom Lando Norris
United Kingdom McLarenSuspension8

Fastest lap : 1:13.078 by Valtteri Bottas in lap 69 for Mercedes
Highest speed : 336.7 km/h by Lance Stroll - Racing Point RP19 Mercedes

Below you can watch the footage of the Vettel incident during the Canadian GP;

We also have the animated timelapse of the 2019 Canadian F1 GP for you in which you can clearly see how fast Mercedes and Ferrari were ahead of the Red Bull's.

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10 F1 Fan comments on “Race Results 2019 Canadian F1 Grand Prix

  1. Campbell

    Disgraceful. All of the commentators who were former drivers agree. The stewards’ decision does not provide any incentive to continue to follow these races, which I have done for decades.

  2. I am done with F1

    This is at least the 5th time I have turned off the race before it finished because of nonsense like this. They should send Indy cars out on the F1 track schedule. At least we could then watch these tracks used for what they were built for. Racing!!!!!

  3. John Mitchell

    Results unfortunate but thems the rules. Has happened to Lewis Hamilton in the past. Karma. I'm sure rentering the track could have been more to left and not trying to close the gate.

  4. Terry D Willis

    The 5 seconds added to Vettel’s time was not a penalty on him(he had already penalized himself with his driving) but a reward to Lewis for his quick reaction to brake and avoid a collision, saving Vettel’s second place, two race cars and possibly 2 lives. Had a more aggressive driver been a few feet deeper into the turn, a collision could not have been avoided. Vettel should be grateful to Lewis for saving his podium.

  5. Maahir

    Vettel is allowed much leniency when he swears and acts unprofessionally. Get your big boy pants on. This is Formula1...the ultimate in motorsports. Lewis Hamilton deserves the win. He drove better. Vettel could have kept left, but he steered his car toward the wall to impede Hamilton. The stewards were right. In Baku, he bumped into Hamilton and then knocked into him from the side. Vettel shouldn't really be in Formula1. He should be in bumper cars or rally. Everyone has the right to be emotional but Vettel doesn't control his anger very well. Not very sportsman like.


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