Sebastian Vettel won the Canadian Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver dominated the race from start to finish, with no real opposition in the 70 laps event. The start of the Canadian race was very chaotic. In the first corners, Lance Stroll and Brendon Hartley had a massive shunt.

Both had do abandon the race, thankfully, with no further physical consequences. Immediately after the incident, the race was neutralized for several laps with a virtual safety car.

Unfortunately, after the race restarted the action was more or less uneventful. Lewis Hamilton complained about a lack of power. The reigning world champion raced for the rest of the race with a conservative strategy, to reduce the damage limitations.

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