Lewis Hamilton has won the Canadian Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel was handed a five-second time penalty for re-joining the track dangerously during the race.
Vettel kept his lead off the line, as he started from pole position. The German stayed comfortably ahead of Hamilton during their first stint on the medium tyre.
However, Hamilton was able to close in after they both switch to the hard tyre, with Hamilton applying pressure to Vettel. Vettel then lost his rear at Turn 3 and slid across the grass, forcing Hamilton to brake as he re-joined the circuit.
Vettel was subsequently handed a five-second time penalty for the incident, which promoted Hamilton to first place after both crossed the line.
Charles Leclerc was third, as the Monegasque driver drove a lonely race to take his second career podium.
Valtteri Bottas was fourth for Mercedes, pitting late on in the race to set the fastest lap of the race for the extra point, while Max Verstappen recovered from a difficult qualifying to end the race in P5.
After starting from fourth on the grid, Daniel Ricciardo drove a strong race to come home in sixth place. The Australian battled Bottas and Verstappen in the race, and held off teammate Nico Hulkenberg in the final laps to finish as 'best of the rest'.
Pierre Gasly endured a tough race to finish in P8, as he remained stuck behind Lance Stroll for a majority of the event. Stroll extended his opening stint on the hard tyres and pitted late on for the mediums.
The local favourite, who had a disappointing result in qualifying, managed to re-emerge inside the top ten and chase after Carlos Sainz to overtake him for ninth place.
Following Stroll's overtake, Sainz then found himself behind Daniil Kvyat who made his way past the McLaren driver to take the final point.
There were two retirements from the race, the first of which being Lando Norris, who had a suspension failure when his brakes got too hot at the rear.
Alexander Albon pulled into the garage late on as his day was ruined following lap one contact with Antonio Giovinazzi and Sergio Perez, which forced him to the back of the field after he pitted for a new front wing.
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