Hamilton’s Unlucky DNF In Montreal

June 8th, 2008

The 2008 Montreal, Canada Formula 1 race is one Lewis Hamilton probably wants to forget about after crashing into the back of Kimi who was waiting for the red light to go off at the pit lane exit.

But these things can happen to the best of them. It’s just very unfortunate as Hamilton was leading the race comfortably before the safety car, and then this.

Robert Kubica decided to grab the opportunity of the usual front runners missing out on the points to win his maiden grand prix victory and to lead the Formula 1 World Championship.

Let’s just hope the next race (in two weeks) will be better – I’m sure it will be!

1.  KUBICA       BMW                 
2.  HEIDFELD     BMW           +16.4s
3.  COULTHARD    Red Bull      +23.3s
4.  GLOCK        Toyota        +42.6s
5.  MASSA        Ferrari       +43.9s
6.  TRULLI       Toyota        +47.7s
7.  BARRICHELLO  Honda         +53.5s
8.  VETTEL       Toro Rosso    +54.1s
9.  KOVALAINEN   McLaren       +54.4s
10. ROSBERG      Williams      +57.7s
11. BUTTON       Honda         +67.5s
12. WEBBER       Red Bull      +71.2s
13. BOURDAIS     Toro Rosso    +1 lap
R.  FISICHELLA   Force India   +19 laps
R.  NAKAJIMA     Williams      +24 laps
R . ALONSO       Renault       +26 laps
R.  PIQUET       Renault       +31 laps
R.  RAIKKONEN    Ferrari       +51 laps
R.  HAMILTON     McLaren       +51 laps
R.  SUTIL        Force India   +57 laps

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