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F1 competition too close, Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix

June 11, 2012

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It has been one of the grueling F1 seasons of the modern era till date, with seven different drivers winning seven different races in the F1 championship during the season. Lewis Hamilton won the recent Canadian Grand Prix, which had been much talked about in the circuit for its off-field reasons. Hamilton drove a spectacular race to turn out triumphant after he was second in the starting grid.

The competition for the season is getting competitive with every concluding race. As of now, Hamilton leads the drivers pack with 88 points. He is closely followed by Alonso with 86 points and Vettel with 85 points. All these drivers have won one race this season. Out of the scheduled 20 races during the season, 7 has already been done and dusted, so there are only 13 races left for the season.

As far as the team’s standings are concerned, it is Red Bull, who leads the pack with 164 points. Whereas, their closest competitor seems to be Team McLaren and and Lotus F1 who have amassed a total of 133 and 108 points respectively. It does not take much time for a team to catch up in the standings table. If their drivers finish in the top three, things would be made easier. But, it is a daunting task for drivers, as F1 this season has been highly unpredictable.

But, it is too early to talk about either the drivers championship or the teams standings at this hour, as anything can happen in the remaining races of the season. We can not count out drivers such as Rosberg, Raikkonen to take the drivers championship and the same can be said for Ferrari in the team standings.

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