Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Vettel GER Red Bull 70 2
2 Alonso ESP Ferrari 70 2
3 Hamilton GBR Mercedes 70 2
4 Webber FL AUS Red Bull 70 2
5 Rosberg GER Mercedes 70 3
6 Vergne FRA Toro Rosso 69 2
7 di Resta GBR Force India 69 1
8 Massa BRA Ferrari 69 2
9 Räikkönen FIN Lotus 69 1
10 Sutil GER Force India 69 3
11 Perez MEX McLaren 69 2
12 Button GBR McLaren 69 1
13 Grosjean FRA Lotus 69 2
14 Bottas FIN Williams 69 2
15 Ricciardo AUS Toro Rosso 68 2
16 Maldonado VEN Williams 68 3
17 Bianchi FRA Marussia 68 1
18 Pic FRA Caterham 67 2
19 Chilton GBR Marussia 67 1
Retirement
Gutiérrez MEX Sauber 63 2
Hülkenberg GER Sauber 45 2
van der Garde NED Caterham 43 4

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Vettel celebrates atop his Red Bull after completing a burn out in front of his boss Christian Horner on his return to the pits.

Honourable mentions for Vergne, di Resta and Massa for impressive drives to sixth, seventh and eighth. Arguably Massa should never have been starting from so far back, but still did a good job today.

Thank you for joining us today for the Canadian Grand Prix. It was a dominant display by Vettel but I hope you enjoyed it. We'll have lots of reaction coming up on the website so stay tuned for all the stories behind the race.

Lap 70

Vettel wins in Canada. Alonso is 14.4s off in second after a good race from sixth. Hamilton takes a very well-earned third place 1.5s off.

Webber and Rosberg also complete 70 laps in Montreal, the rest are a lap down on Vettel.

Vettel: "Yes! We won Canada!" That's the first time Red Bull has won here in Montreal and it was very convincing indeed.

Raikkonen finishes his 24th consecutive race in the points, equalling Michael Schumacher's record.

Vettel is now on his final lap. He's set a fastest first sector and may well try for a fastest lap on his last attempt.

Massa passes Raikkonen for eighth into the chicane at the end of lap 69.

Lap 69

Rosberg is on his own in fifth ahead of Vergne and di Resta, The only real battle in the top ten is between Raikkonen and Massa.

Lap 68

Vettel is 17.4s ahead of Alonso who is now 1.6s ahead of Hamilton. A replay showed that Hamilton was able to get back at Alonso due to a small mistake by the Ferrari driver. Alonso is now faster.

Webber is 8.6s behind Hamilton. The podium looks set now with two laps remaining.

Lap 67

Massa is now all over the back of Raikkonen. They are battling over eighth place and the Ferrari is clearly quicker with three laps remaining.

Lap 66

Hamilton is told he has no damage on his front wing but a replay shows that one of the cascades went flying off when they touched.

Gutierrez is in the barrier at turn one.

They are getting a crane out to remove the car, no sign of a safety car yet.

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  • Paul Hembery talks to Toto Wolff in the pit lane, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Bernie Ecclestone talks to Toto Wolff on the grid, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Sebastian Vettel on the driver parade, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Sebastian Vettel gets soaked in champagne on the podium, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013
  • Sebastian Vettel celebrates on the podium, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Fernando Alonso on track in the Ferrari, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Lewis Hamilton on track during the race, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Sebastian Vettel waves to the crowd on the podium, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013
  • Sebastian Vettel waves to the crowd on the podium, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 The cars tear away from the grid at the start of the race, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Esteban Gutierrez's Sauber is returned to the pits as an injured marshal is treated in the background, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013 Kimi Raikkonen ahead of Jean-Eric Vergne, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2013