Canadian GP (2019)
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Lance Stroll gave his Racing Point Formula 1 team a boost with a "balls out" performance in Montreal that saw the local driver jump from 17th on the grid to ninth at the flag.
Carlos Sainz admitted he was "angry" after his Canadian Grand Prix was compromised by an unscheduled early stop that left him with a marathon 67-lap stint to the flag.
The Mercedes Formula 1 team has revealed that Lewis Hamilton's hydraulic leak in the Canadian GP was related to the throttle actuator.
Formula 1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says it was Daniel Ricciardo and not Sebastian Vettel who deserved to be penalised in the Canadian Grand Prix.
The Montreal stewards' ruling didn't just cost Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari a victory, it cost Formula 1 credibility and potentially fans. Our ex-F1 technical director expert columnist cannot fathom it.
Valtteri Bottas says he cannot afford many weekends like the Canadian Grand Prix after getting "a bit of a wake-up call" in the Formula 1 title battle.
Sebastian Vettel says he does not like that Formula 1 has become a different sport to the one he fell in love with growing up, after expressing his frustration at the way that penalties have taken over the racing.
The dust has now settled from the controversial Canadian Grand Prix and the 5-second time penalty given to Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel that cost him victory, but where does the championship battle stand now?
Valtteri Bottas was left dissatisfied with his run to fourth place in the Canadian Grand Prix, in which he was hamstrung early on by rising engine and brake temperatures.
Ferrari has admitted that it made a mistake in not telling Charles Leclerc about the five-second penalty handed down to Sebastian Vettel in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes did not know if Canadian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton would even start the race because his Formula 1 car was in "a million bits" on Sunday morning.
Haas Formula 1 team boss Guenther Steiner says that an unsuccessful set-up gamble triggered a radio rant from Kevin Magnussen that forced the Italian to step in and tell his driver to stop complaining.
Sebastian Vettel did not want to join the Canadian Grand Prix podium ceremony but returned as a "matter of respect" to Mercedes and his Formula 1 teammate Charles Leclerc.
As the dust settles on Sebastian Vettel's controversial penalty that cost him victory in the Canadian Grand Prix, Edd Straw, Scott Mitchell and Jonathan Noble debate the incident between Vettel and Lewis Hamilton, explaining why there was little else the stewards could do with F1's rulebook in its current form.
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto insists that Sebastian Vettel could have done nothing different, and was lucky to not crash out completely, when he came back on track during his controversial Canadian Grand Prix moment.
Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo said he enjoyed "making life difficult" for Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes it is wrong to put pressure on Formula 1's officials for the controversial decision to penalise Sebastian Vettel in the Canadian Grand Prix.