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Canadian Grand Prix

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

round 7 - 2019-06-09
Results
1st Lewis Hamilton HAM
2nd Sebastian Vettel VET
3rd Charles Leclerc LEC
Sebastian Vettel VET
Valtteri Bottas BOT

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French Grand Prix

Circuit Paul Ricard

round 8 - 2019-06-23
Results 2018
1st Lewis Hamilton HAM
2nd Max Verstappen VER
3rd Kimi Räikkönen RAI
Lewis Hamilton HAM
Valtteri Bottas BOT

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French Grand Prix

F1 needs stability to avoid "same old mistakes" - Wolff

F1 needs stability to avoid "same old mistakes" - Wolff

F1 chiefs are currently pushing hard for a major change to the regulations for two years' time aimed at making grand prix racing more exciting and more competitive.Read Also:F1 agrees 2021 rules delay as Hamilton joins summit
Why teams are at loggerheads over F1's revolution
But while Wolff is in favour of a number of tweaks that are coming – including a budget cap ...

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Pirelli didn't receive single request to change F1 tyres

Pirelli didn't receive single request to change F1 tyres

The introduction of Pirelli's 2019 tyres, which are 0.4mm thinner in a bid to reduce blistering and overheating, has coincided with Mercedes winning all seven races so far.
During the Canadian Grand Prix weekend, criticism of that effect reached a new level from the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull, amid calls for Pirelli to reintroduce its 2018 tyres.Read Also:Pirelli puzzled by ...

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F1 can't just move on from Vettel penalty - Abiteboul

F1 can't just move on from Vettel penalty - Abiteboul

Vettel's five-second penalty for rejoining the track in an unsafe manner and forcing Lewis Hamilton off the circuit in Montreal last weekend prompted a huge outcry from fans and a number of former drivers.
It also served to reopen the debate about whether or not F1 needs a major rethink about how it deals with racing – and if drivers should be given more freedom.Read ...

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F1 to offer superlicense points for Friday practice outings

F1 to offer superlicense points for Friday practice outings

To race in F1 a driver must earn 40 ‘superlicence points’ across three seasons in order to be eligible for a superlicence.
The list of qualifying categories for superlicence points range from the conventional single-seater pyramid – Formula 2 down to Formula 4 – to major series like IndyCar and the FIA World Endurance Championship.
From 2020, participating in free practice sessions ...

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2019 driver standings

# driver constructor points
1 Lewis Hamilton HAM Mercedes 162
2 Valtteri Bottas BOT Mercedes 133
3 Sebastian Vettel VET Ferrari 100
4 Max Verstappen VER Red Bull 88
5 Charles Leclerc LEC Ferrari 72
6 Pierre Gasly GAS Red Bull 36
7 Carlos Sainz SAI McLaren 18
8 Daniel Ricciardo RIC Renault 16
9 Kevin Magnussen MAG Haas F1 Team 14
10 Kimi Räikkönen RAI Alfa Romeo 13
11 Sergio Pérez PER Racing Point 13
12 Nico Hülkenberg HUL Renault 12
13 Lando Norris NOR McLaren 12
14 Daniil Kvyat KVY Toro Rosso 10
15 Alexander Albon ALB Toro Rosso 7
16 Lance Stroll STR Racing Point 6
17 Romain Grosjean GRO Haas F1 Team 2
18 Antonio Giovinazzi GIO Alfa Romeo 0
19 George Russell RUS Williams 0
20 Robert Kubica KUB Williams 0

on this day - 16 June

Date of death Peter Arundell 16 June 2009
Date of death Fred Wacker 16 June 1998
Event 1996 Canadian Grand Prix 16 June 1996
Event 1991 Mexican Grand Prix 16 June 1991
Event 1985 Canadian Grand Prix 16 June 1985
Birthday Mike Sparken 16 June 1930
Birthday Ron Flockhart 16 June 1923

2019 constructor standings

# constructor points
1 Mercedes 295
2 Ferrari 172
3 Red Bull 124
4 McLaren 30
5 Renault 28
6 Racing Point 19
7 Toro Rosso 17
8 Haas F1 Team 16
9 Alfa Romeo 13
10 Williams 0
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