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25dNate Saunders

'Driving like this, we are looking like amateurs!'

Radio Ga Ga looks at all the best radio soundbites from Canada, with Fernando Alonso finally showing a hint of frustration and Kimi Raikkonen suffering a costly bout of deja vu.

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26dLaurence Edmondson and Nate Saunders

The F1 equivalent of a 0-0 draw

ESPN looks at two of the biggest turn offs of modern F1: One-stop strategies and fuel saving.

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28dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes managed brakes to allow 10-lap battle at end

Mercedes said it had to tell its drivers to manage both brakes and fuel during the Canadian Grand Prix, but allowed them to go on full attack for the final ten laps of the race.

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Driver and team reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after the Canadian Grand Prix.

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28dNate Saunders

Vettel entertained by charge to fifth

Ferrari driver minimised some of the damage from costly qualifying and penalty after carving through the field from 18th to fifth.

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28dNate Saunders

Ricciardo: Canada a new low

Australian baffled by his lack of pace as he finishes 13th in Canada, five places down on Red Bull team-mate Daniil Kvyat.

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28dNate Saunders

Podium a huge boost for Williams - Bottas

Finn scores Williams first podium of the season and thinks it will be a huge boost to the team with an upgrade due at the next race in Austria.

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28dNate Saunders

Rosberg: Qualifying cost me victory

German kept Lewis Hamilton in his sights throughout but couldn't get close enough to attempt a pass for the lead.

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28dNate Saunders

Hamilton: Rosberg pressure 'never too serious'

World champion bounced back from Monaco debacle with controlled victory, says he always has time in pocket over Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg

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28dNate Saunders

Ricciardo 'pissed off' with ninth in Canada

Australian said Red Bull 'just can't seem to get a sweet spot' as he can only manage ninth in Montreal, scene of his maiden F1 triumph last season.

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Driver reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix.

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29dNate Saunders

Alonso eyes points finish from 13th

Spaniard will start 13th and thinks McLaren-Honda can finish in the top ten despite power deficit in Montreal.

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29dLaurence Edmondson

Williams explains Massa's lack of power

A faulty fixing on the wastegate mechanism of the turbocharger was to blame for Felipe Massa's lack of power during the Canadian Grand Prix.

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29dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes expected more from updated Ferrari

Mercedes was expecting Ferrari to put up more of a fight in qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix on the back of its power unit upgrade this weekend.

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29dNate Saunders

Button: I may not overtake anyone tomorrow

Missed qualifying as McLaren changed his engine following FP3 stoppage, which was later put down to an ERS-related problem by Honda.

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29dNate Saunders

Hamilton: 'Tomorrow is a bit of an unknown'

Guided #44 car to 44th pole position of his career in Montreal but is unsure what challenge will materialise from Ferrari on Sunday.

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29dLaurence Edmondson

'We are still not where we want to be' - Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen said his third place in qualifying at the Canadian Grand Prix is a step in the right direction for Ferrari, but he will not be happy until he is challenging for pole position.

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