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Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix to halve Sebastian Vettel’s championship lead.
Hamilton led every lap from pole, setting the fastest lap late in the race, finishing ahead of Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes claimed its first 1-2 finish of 2017.
Daniel Ricciardo rounded out the podium after a tense battle for third.
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Hamilton led all the way after taking pole position but was under attack early when Max Verstappen got a huge jump off the grid, launching his Red Bull from fifth to second by the first corner.
At the third corner Romain Grosjean, and Carlos Sainz got into a tangle, which resulted in Sainz’s Toro Rosso spearing across the track, clipping the Williams of Felipe Massa and hitting the wall.
The incident ended both their days and brought out the safety car.
At the restart Verstappen attacked Hamilton hard, almost making a pass that would have changed the race. A few laps later his day was done as his Red Bull succumbed to what appeared to be a battery failure in the Renault engine’s hybrid power system.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel also suffered front wing damage at the restart and had to pit for a new nose.
The German then produced a storming drive to finish fourth, overtaking the Force India of Sergio Perez on the penultimate lap.
Ricciardo then had enough of a gap to hold off the faster Ferrari, after spending his final 15 laps fending off challenges from Perez.
The Mexican headed home his Force India teammate Esteban Ocon in fifth and sixth after battling among each other on the track - and over the radio - for position down the stretch.
Kimi Raikkonen was in the thick of the battle for third before brake problems resigned him to finishing a distant seventh, clinging to the spot by two seconds ahead of Nico Hulkenberg’s Renault.
Lance Stroll took his first points finish in F1 on home soil with ninth, while Grosjean claimed the final world championship point with 10th place.
Fernando Alonso looked on track to end McLaren’s point-less start to the season, sitting in 10th late in the race before his Honda engine quit with three laps to go.Canadian Grand Prix News

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Ricciardo: Red Bull 'average'
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