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It was the wise heads who showed us how it’s done in the French GP feature race, but an all-rookie podium followed in the sprint.
The Silver Arrows will soon be swimming in a sea of records, F1’s stewards shoot themselves in the foot again, and McLaren move forward.
Lewis Hamilton was in a class of his own in France, while Red Bull could be in a spot of bother if it was not for Max Verstappen.
They say there is no such thing as bad publicity, and F1 may be thinking just that as the roadshow moves on to Circuit Paul Ricard for the French Grand Prix this weekend.
For Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari Canada is gone, now they must focus on taking it to a wounded Mercedes at the French Grand Prix.
The person most allowed to feel aggrieved by Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty is Valtteri Bottas.
Well, nobody can say the FIA favour Ferrari any more, can they? Time to take a look back at the chaotic Canadian Grand Prix…
It turns out that there were 20 drivers taking part in the Canadian Grand Prix, not just two, who knew? The driver ratings are in from Montreal.
F1 really does have a habit of some crazy s*%t.