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Hamilton makes it seventh winner for Canadian GP



Finally Lewis Hamilton grabs his first 2012 F1 victory for Canadian Grand Prix. Hamilton takes the lead from pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel after first pit-stop and he lock top podium.

Canadian Grand Prix results make Hamilton the seventh different race winner in the 2012 Formula 1 and the extending record.

Romain Grosjean made his best career victory and he made second place in Canadian Grand Prix, And Sauber’s Sergio Perez post his second podium finish in the season they are move down the Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel at the end of the races.

Pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel finished fourth place ahead despite Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso. In final stage of the race Alonso dropped out and overtook by Hamilton, Grosjean, Perez and Vettel.

Lewis Hamilton decided to take two-stop strategy and they are made second tyre stop on lap 49. After his second stop Alonso and Vettel change the plan and hold the existing tyre for the end of the race. But old tyre not help their, its consequences was Alonso dropped from second to fifth.

But Vettel takes one more stop and it’s made a very late, and Vettel also simply send away the Spaniard finally took fourth place.

Usual strategy runner Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg and Mark Webber managed sixth and seventh respectively. And other one-stop runner Kimi Raikkonen and Kamui Kobayashi finished eighth and ninth ahead of Ferrari’s Felipe Massa.

Force India duo can’t make points finish, di Resta lead sixth on the early stage of the race loses some places and he finished 11th and his team-mate made 12th position.

Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher discontinues his job due to his DRS rear-stuck and the other disappointed man Jenson Button made 16th position.

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