The Canadian GP review: Hamilton's back on top

The Canadian GP review: Hamilton's back on top

Canada always produces thrillers, and while it wasn't an all-time classic, Hamilton's scorching drive back to win after a brave strategic call, as well as podium places for Grosjean and Perez meant 2012 produced yet another memorable grand prix

PRACTICE

Practice one - Friday AM

Amid a looming threat of rain that prompted many teams to accelerate their Friday programmes and do more morning work than usual, it was Lewis Hamilton who monopolised the top of the times during the opening Montreal session.

The McLaren driver hit the front for the first time after 27 minutes, and was only fleetingly deposed by a quick lap from Nico Rosberg's Mercedes 20 minutes from the end before responding with a 1m15.564s to earn the morning top spot.

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