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Canada / Round 7
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  • Circuit: Montreal
  • Race: 70 laps / 305.27 km
Monaco / 29 May
Pos Driver Team
1 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Ricciardo Red Bull/Renault
3 Perez Force India/Mercedes
4 Vettel Ferrari
5 Alonso McLaren/Honda
6 Hulkenberg Force India/Mercedes
7 Rosberg Mercedes
8 Sainz Toro Rosso/Ferrari
9 Button McLaren/Honda
10 Massa Williams/Mercedes
Standings / After 6 races
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