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Sebastian Vettel wins Canadian Grand Prix for 50th career victory

Hartley subsequently went to hospital for a check-up Hamilton fans. presumably The Montreal marmots (or groundhogs) were getting very close to the action Too close, in fact, during Friday practice for Romain Grosjean 40 years after Gilles Villeneuve won his home race for Ferrari, his son Jacques drove his vehicle around the Montreal circuit before the race.

Hamilton appeared doubtful about whether he would be able to challenge the cars ahead of him on the grid in tomorrow's race.

"The vehicle was incredible in qualifying and it just kept getting quicker", said Vettel, whose Ferrari team were using new engines. "There was some electrical stuff going on that hindered us this morning and then this afternoon, so not the best day, but we're OK".

"It was just a very hard session", he said.

"It was a bit different, it was a bit mixed today so I'm not entirely happy with the feel inside the auto yet". It feels like there are no better questions out there than keep asking me about what happened in the previous weekend. "I quickly saw that it was going to be hard to take pole position but you always do your best and try to get the best out of the auto". On a track like this when you have to attack kerbs so much it's important you feel at home and have confidence to play around and I think then you can extract a bit more from the vehicle.

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"I haven't really looked into it to be honest".

Sebastian Vettel and his Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen were subdued after finishing fifth and second respectively at the end of Friday's practice for the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix. Were any reminder needed that the four-times world champion is a fearsome talent with the right auto beneath him, Canada was salutary evidence.

"Well, it's a long time ago!"

"It was great to carry the momentum we've had this year into qualifying", said Vettel, who took pole position for the fourth time in seven races this season. "And for Scuderia Ferrari this track and this country means a lot, as this is the place where Gilles Villeneuve came from". He earned his first Formula One points with a ninth-place finish at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve previous year. So really, really happy, it's an important day for us.

"No big surprises. We thought that Ferrari and Mercedes were going to qualify on the Ultras".

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