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42dMaurice Hamilton

F1, birds and broadcasting gold

Maurice Hamilton reflects on Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton's amusing exchange in Canada and explains why seagulls were a more controversial topic after the 1988 grand prix.

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43dNate Saunders

'Mamma mia, what the hell is going on?'

ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Canadian Grand Prix as Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen both vented in Montreal.

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43dNate Saunders

Vettel: Ferrari's strategy calls better than most

Sebastian Vettel thinks Ferrari tends to make better choices on strategy than its rivals despite the call which contributed to him losing the Canadian Grand Prix.

44dNate Saunders

Rosberg: Lewis move infuriating but fair

Nico Rosberg admits he was "massively pissed off" with Lewis Hamilton immediately after his Mercedes teammate forced him wide at the start of the Canadian Grand Prix.

44dNate Saunders

Vettel defends Ferrari's strategy call

Sebastian Vettel refused to criticise Ferrari's strategy after missing out on victory in Canada, saying the switch to the two-stop seemed like the right call to make at the time.

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44dLaurence Edmondson

Sainz hit with five-place grid penalty

Carlos Sainz is due a five-place grid penalty at the Canadian Grand Prix after Toro Rosso had to replace his gearbox following his qualifying accident.

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45dESPN Staff

Driver reaction: Qualifying, Canadian GP

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after the first day of practice for the Canadian Grand Prix.

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45dNate Saunders

Ricciardo hopeful for three-team fight

Daniel Ricciardo thinks Red Bull can stick with Mercedes and Ferrari in the Canadian Grand Prix after he settled for fourth on the grid.

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45dNate Saunders

Rosberg: I just did not have enough

Nico Rosberg admitted he just could not pull a quicker lap out of the bag after narrowly missing out on pole position to Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in Canada.

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45dNate Saunders

Hamilton: Canada pole lap one of my worst

Lewis Hamilton reckons his pole lap in Canada was one of the worst of his career after edging out Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel in Montreal.

45dLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton edges Rosberg for pole

Lewis Hamilton claimed pole for the Canadian Grand Prix by just 0.062s over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, with Sebastian Vettel finishing a close third for Ferrari.

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45dLaurence Edmondson

Vettel beats Verstappen in final practice

Sebastian Vettel topped a tight final practice session ahead of qualifying at the Canadian Grand Prix as Mercedes was relegated behind both Ferrari and Red Bull.

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