F1 » McLaren masters Montreal for 1-2


Lewis Hamilton wins in Montreal to secure the lead in the F1 championship standings

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spaghettieddie

June 13, 2010 7:52 PM

I still can not believe the difference in time between "ALONSO" and the Red Bulls. I never expected to see that. He was not an option, I hate to admit it but I figured Alonso as a fluke and he would be swept up quickly. Tells you how great F1 is right now and how unpredictable it is. Great race! :)

blzbub

June 13, 2010 8:03 PM

mclaren certainly were the masters today, hamilton made everything work for him today and jenson button is looking like he's been with mclaren for years. and there isnt much more that needs to be said about fernando alonso, red bull though look like a team that is on the brink of losing its way, that wasnt a very good strategy which they compounded by leaving webber out far too long

Mark _

June 13, 2010 8:32 PM

I thought that MS drove very well all things considered. He had a great start making up many places even passing Nico. Kubica ran wide pushing both of them off the road. This caused an unscheduled stop and ruined their strategy. He did 30 laps on the soft tires which is probably twice as many as anyone else did. Did he make too many moves to block Massa? Maybe but I will let the stewards decide that. I have seen much worse go unpunished. Massa never got alongside of him and ran into the back of him.

Regardless of whether you like him or hate him he made the race more interesting and it was better because of it.

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