2007 Canadian Grand Prix

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Race details
Race 6 of 17 in the 2007 Formula One season
Île Notre-Dame (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve).svg
Date June 10, 2007
Official name XLIV Grand Prix du Canada
Location Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, Canada
Course Street circuit
4.361 km (2.71 mi)
Distance 70 laps, 305.27 km (189.7 mi)
Weather Temperatures reaching up to 26 °C (79 °F); wind speeds up to 5.8 kilometres per hour (3.6 mph)[1]
Pole position
Driver United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes
Time 1:15.707
Fastest lap
Driver Spain Fernando Alonso McLaren-Mercedes
Time 1:16.367 on lap 46
Podium
First United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes
Second Germany Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber
Third Austria Alexander Wurz Williams-Toyota

The 2007 Canadian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on June 10, 2007, at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada.[2] It was the sixth race of the 2007 Formula One season. The race was won by Lewis Hamilton, starting from pole position, in his first season in the top formula. It was Hamilton's first win in Formula One and the first Formula One race won by a black driver. Nick Heidfeld finished second and Alexander Wurz was third, making it the first Grand Prix of the 2007 season that drivers from teams other than Ferrari and McLaren achieved podium positions.

The safety car was deployed an unprecedented four times during the course of the race.[3] One of these periods was due to Robert Kubica's crash, which resulted in him suffering a sprained ankle and concussion. During the race Felipe Massa and Giancarlo Fisichella were disqualified for failing to stop at the end of the pit lane when the exit was closed.

Report[edit]

Background[edit]

A test session was held on May 17 and 18 at the Paul Ricard circuit in France, with the track configured to replicate the characteristics of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the final two days after it had been in the style of the Monaco for the first two. Despite the fact that the McLaren team had dominated on the Monaco set up of the circuit, Ferrari were better on the Canadian set up.[4][5]

Kimi Räikkönen had the fastest time on the first day, with a time of 1:28.833. Rain after lunch caused the test to be halted, when the test resumed Räikkönen was forced to finish early when his car experienced electronic problems. Scott Speed achieved the second fastest time, two tenths of a second behind Räikkönen, with Seven tenths separating the first eight drivers. The Red Bull team focused on testing their suspension. Rubens Barrichello and Christian Klien shared testing for the Honda team over the day, however Klien's engine failed on his first lap. James Rossiter in the Super Aguri completed the most laps with 115.[6]

Räikkönen was also the fastest on the second day with a time of 1:28.624, with Renault driver Giancarlo Fisichella ending the day with the second fastest time. Fisichella also completed 111 laps, the second most of the day, behind James Rossiter's 131. Pedro de la Rosa was third fastest despite completing fewer laps than other drivers due to his engine failing early in the day. The testing session was stopped twice, when Adrian Sutil's and Jenson Button's engines failed. Red Bull continued to perform high and low downforce work and BMW performed low and medium downforce work.[7] Fisichella was optimistic about the race after these tests saying "he had more grip, the brakes were good and the front suspension gave him a better turn-in".[8]

During the two weeks leading up to the Grand Prix, Räikkönen and Felipe Massa released statements to the press saying they believed that everything would be different in Canada because of the very different conditions—as shown at Paul Ricard.[9] Fernando Alonso believed McLaren had momentum from their win in Monaco, and Martin Whitmarsh said that they were realistic about dominating the race.[10]

Practice[edit]

Practice started on the Friday with Alonso leading at the end of both the two practice sessions. In both sessions, he outpaced his team mate and the closest Ferrari driven by Felipe Massa. BMW Sauber were pleased with 5th place in the first session and 7th in the second from Nick Heidfeld despite his report that the car was "very difficult to drive". But Robert Kubica's car suffered a fuel leak resulting in him being unable to post a timed lap in the morning session, Kubica also told the press after the fuel leak, "the car has been quite difficult to drive." Both Red Bull drivers finished in the top ten of the morning practice. Honda were slower than its customer team Super Aguri in the first practice, but Barrichello was faster than Takuma Sato in the second practice. Toyota's suspension problems meant that their second practice was cut short, but not before Ralf Schumacher narrowly missed a groundhog that ran across the track. After experiencing problems with Jarno Trulli's suspension, Toyota stopped both drivers for 45 minutes as a precautionary measure. By the time they got the cars back on the track, they only managed a few extra laps until the problem recurred. Heikki Kovalainen ended his practice day by going into the wall at turn 7, damaging the suspension. His team mate, Fisichella, performed better, staying in the top 8 in both sessions. At the end of the afternoon practice, Mark Webber slowed down unexpectedly before turn 8 causing Scott Speed to drive into the back of the Red Bull. Webber had overtaken Speed just before this incident.[11][12][13][14][15]

The Saturday morning practice session was 17 minutes shorter than the scheduled 60 minutes, due to Kovalainen's Renault having a suspected engine failure. The failure caused oil to be split on the track, this failure persisted during the race weekend.[16] This resulted in a red flag period, from 10:33 am until 10:50 am local time. Hamilton led the practice with the fastest lap; with Räikkönen, Alonso and Massa posting the second, third and fourth fastest laps respectively. Sato finished the session with the fifth fastest lap in the Super Aguri car, outpacing the Honda works team for the second time during the race weekend. Toyota continued a disappointing race weekend, with the 14th and 16th fastest laps.[17] Their suspension problems from the day before had not been resolved, and the two drivers were given instructions to avoid the kerbs at turn 8 to minimise further damage to the suspension.[18] Red Bull came back with both of the two repaired cars entering the top ten.[17]

Qualifying[edit]

Lewis Hamilton took the first pole position of his career at this Grand Prix
Robert Kubica leaves the pits during qualifying

In qualifying Hamilton took his first pole position as part of a McLaren one-two. Heidfeld improved on his practice performance to take third position, in front of the Ferraris of Räikkönen and Massa.[19] Massa shared the third row with Mark Webber, who did not seem to be suffering the same braking problem that almost put team mate David Coulthard out in the first session of qualifying, he had only one attempt at a lap in the second session as a result.[20] Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica, Giancarlo Fisichella and Jarno Trulli completed the top ten.[21]

Consistent with previous form, the Hondas of Barrichello and Button failed to make it into the top ten; they qualified 13th and 15th respectively. Takuma Sato, once again out-qualified the two Honda cars, just missing out on the top ten, in front of Vitantonio Liuzzi. He made it through to the second session of qualifying by 94 hundredths of a second, where he qualified in 14th. Scott Speed was the slowest car in the second session of qualifying putting him in 16th position.[21]

Anthony Davidson missed out on the second session of qualifying, putting his Super Aguri in 17th position, 3 places behind his team mate Sato. Ralf Schumacher and his team were disappointed with qualifying in 18th. Heikki Kovalainen crashed into the wall at turn 5, damaging his rear suspension and losing his rear wing, resulting in the session being stopped temporarily.[19] Once the debris had been cleared, Kovalainen in his repaired car managed one impressive lap that put him in 13th, after which six drivers outqualified him. Kovalainen then had to make an engine change due to an engine failure and was demoted to the back of the grid.[22] Wurz, Sutil and Albers qualified in 19th, 20th and 21st respectively after being pushed up a place by Kovalainen's engine change.[21]

Race[edit]

Lewis Hamilton leads at the start of the race, whilst Fernando Alonso runs wide at the first corner.
Robert Kubica's violent crash.

Lewis Hamilton led from the start, preventing Fernando Alonso from overtaking at turn one. Alonso ran wide allowing Nick Heidfeld to overtake him and move into second place. Alonso damaged his car in the process and subsequently ran off the track at turn one a further three times during the race.[23][24] Jenson Button had a gearbox problem at the start of the race and was unable to select first gear causing him stall on the grid.[25] Christijan Albers started from pit lane. The first accident of the race involved Scott Speed who clipped the rear wing of Wurz' Williams and went into the hairpin with a broken suspension.

Alonso ran across the grass at turn one again on lap 15, which resulted in him falling further behind Hamilton. Three laps later he made a similar mistake at the same turn, resulting in him sliding across the grass for the third time in the race. This caused him to drop back to fourth as it allowed Massa to go round the inside of Alonso into third.[23] By lap 21 Hamilton had established a lead of nineteen seconds over Heidfeld. Alonso meanwhile showed no sign of attempting to overtake Heidfeld. Alonso made mistakes on lap fourteen and eighteen. After falling to over five seconds behind Heidfeld, he was overtaken by Felipe Massa. Massa moved into second when Heidfeld pitted on lap 20. Hamilton pitted on lap 22, rejoining the race in third place.[26]

On lap 22 Adrian Sutil crashed at turn four and the safety car had to be deployed; Hamilton had pitted just before the incident.[27] Thus the pit lane was closed but Alonso and Nico Rosberg were forced to pit in order to avoid running out of fuel, and were given ten-second stop/go penalties. When the pit lane was re-opened and the rest of the field pitted, Massa and Giancarlo Fisichella left the pit lane while the red light was still on. Both were later disqualified from the race on lap 51.[28]

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve showing the location of Sutil's (red) and Kubica's (blue) crashes.

The race was restarted on lap 26, and on the approach to the hairpin later in the lap Robert Kubica hit the back of Jarno Trulli's Toyota. The impact forced Kubica onto the grass at the edge of the track, where a bump launched his car into and along the concrete wall just before the hairpin. After losing three wheels, the nose and suffering major damage to the sidepods in the initial impact, the BMW flipped back across the track and came to rest against the barrier in the run-off area on the other side of the track. Although initial reports said that he had broken his leg, Kubica only suffered a sprained ankle and concussion.[29] The safety car was deployed again after this crash.[30] The safety car was also deployed on lap 50, due to debris from a crash involving Christijan Albers on the previous lap, and on lap 55 due to Vitantonio Liuzzi crashing into the wall of champions once again... On Lap 58, Jarno Trulli was trying to pass Wurz but later... his front track rod clipped away causing him to crash. Cement was placed at the hairpin around Kubica's accident. Räikkönen ran wide after he misjudged the braking on the dust. The Super Aguri of Takuma Sato went past him as a result and moved into 10th place. On lap 37, Trulli and Nico Rosberg were battling for position going into turn 1. Both span off the track in almost synchronised fashion without touching each other. This occurrence amused reporters due to it resembling a form of dance. Both drivers were able to keep going. Also on this lap Anthony Davidson made an unscheduled pit stop. He claimed after the race that a beaver had damaged his front wing although Canadian reports said it more likely to have been a groundhog.[31] One lap later David Coulthard was forced to retire due to a gearbox problem.[32] Ralf Schumacher also stopped on this lap and this allowed Massa, Fisichella and Sato to move ahead of both of them. Räikkönen had his second pit stop on lap 52 at the same time as Alonso. The latter was able to pass him just after they had exited the pits side-by-side. This moved him into 5th.[33]

In the closing stages, Takuma Sato passed Alonso to take sixth position: the best result in the Super Aguri team's history.
Hamilton led from pole position to take the first victory of his F1 career.
The podium celebrations.

Including the two disqualifications, ten drivers failed to finish the race, six of them because of accidents including Kubica. Four of them gearbox failures. Several cars were damaged during the race: Wurz's rear wing was damaged in the incident that took out Speed, while Davidson hit a groundhog on the racetrack. This meant that the safety car had to be deployed on four occasions. At the final restart on lap sixty, all of the remaining twelve cars were on the same lap creating some close racing and a lot of overtaking. Hamilton sustained his consistent pace throughout all of the incidents and pulled clear of Heidfeld in the closing stages, taking his first race win relatively comfortably.[34] Barrichello dropped ten places on his final pit stop. Hamilton's championship lead was strengthened when Sato overtook the reigning world champion to move into sixth place around the outside of the final chicane, having switched to the harder tyres on his final stop.[23][33]

Austria's Alexander Wurz drove through the field in his Williams from 19th at the start to finish third by taking one pitstop, completing 40 laps on super soft tires. By finishing third Wurz, recorded his third career podium, in the race that marked ten years since his debut race in F1. Nick Heidfeld finished in second place after trailing Hamilton for the majority of the race. The safety car deployments also allowed Heikki Kovalainen to move up to fourth after starting at the back of the grid. The race was the first time in the 2007 season where a driver from a team other than Ferrari or McLaren made the podium.[34]

Sato overtook the McLaren-Mercedes of world champion Fernando Alonso on lap 67, just after overtaking Ralf Schumacher and having overtaken Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen earlier in the race. He finished sixth after having a race that had seen him move from the middle of the grid; to the back of the pack and to a high of fifth before a pit-stop error caused him to move back to eleventh; where moved up 5 places in the last 15 laps. Sato was voted "Driver of the Day" on the ITV website over Hamilton's first win. This was the last time that Super Aguri scored Formula One points, and its biggest single points haul. The team's only other point came at the 2007 Spanish Grand Prix.

Post-race[edit]

Reaction to the race was mainly focused on Hamilton and the fact that it was his first Grand Prix victory, making him the first black driver to ever win a Formula One race. It was also thought impressive that it had taken only six races for him to win and, in the process, take the lead in the drivers’ championship at the age of 22. Niki Lauda said he was "stunned" by the victory and Damon Hill believed "People should not underestimate what he had achieved in a short space of time". Speculation began about the possibility of him winning the drivers championship.[35][36]

Alonso and the Ferrari team were disappointed with the outcome of the race. Alonso was now eight points behind Hamilton in the drivers championship, as a result of finishing 7th. Ferrari lost ground in both the constructors and driver championship, after gaining a total of just four points from the race. Alonso believed Hamilton to have been "very lucky" to have won the race and did not congratulate his team-mate after the race. Hamilton's performance was felt to have been faultless and all the more impressive due to four separate deployments of the Safety Car.[37]

As a result of his crash Kubica was unable to race at the next Grand Prix in the United States. The decision to not allow him to race was made by the sport's governing body the FIA, as they believed it was a too much of a risk for him to race in case of another crash so soon after this one. This was despite the fact Kubica had said in a statement that he was "ready to race". He was replaced by Sebastian Vettel for the next race.[38]

Classification[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Grid
1 2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:16.576 1:15.486 1:15.707 1
2 1 Spain Fernando Alonso McLaren-Mercedes 1:16.562 1:15.522 1:16.163 2
3 9 Germany Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber 1:17.006 1:15.960 1:16.266 3
4 6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:16.468 1:16.592 1:16.411 4
5 5 Brazil Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:16.756 1:16.138 1:16.570 5
6 15 Australia Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1:17.315 1:16.257 1:16.913 6
7 16 Germany Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota 1:17.016 1:16.190 1:16.919 7
8 10 Poland Robert Kubica BMW Sauber 1:17.267 1:16.368 1:16.993 8
9 3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 1:16.805 1:16.288 1:17.229 9
10 12 Italy Jarno Trulli Toyota 1:17.324 1:16.600 1:17.747 10
11 22 Japan Takuma Sato Super Aguri-Honda 1:17.490 1:16.743 11
12 18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1:17.541 1:16.760 12
13 8 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Honda 1:17.011 1:17.116 13
14 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 1:17.436 1:17.304 14
15 7 United Kingdom Jenson Button Honda 1:17.522 1:17.541 15
16 19 United States Scott Speed Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1:17.433 1:17.571 16
17 23 United Kingdom Anthony Davidson Super Aguri-Honda 1:17.542 17
18 11 Germany Ralf Schumacher Toyota 1:17.634 18
19 4 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Renault 1:17.806 221
20 17 Austria Alexander Wurz Williams-Toyota 1:18.089 19
21 20 Germany Adrian Sutil Spyker-Ferrari 1:18.536 20
22 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Spyker-Ferrari 1:19.196 21
Source:[39]
Notes
^1Heikki Kovalainen was given a ten-place grid penalty after he made an unscheduled engine change. This was due to an engine failure during the Saturday practice session (P3).[40]

Race[edit]

Hamilton celebrates his win on his victory lap.
Nick Heidfeld scored his best result of 2007 with a second place finish.
Alexander Wurz took the final podium position, ten years after his first F1 race.
Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 70 1:44:11.292 1 10
2 9 Germany Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber 70 +4.343 3 8
3 17 Austria Alexander Wurz Williams-Toyota 70 +5.325 19 6
4 4 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Renault 70 +6.729 22 5
5 6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 70 +13.007 4 4
6 22 Japan Takuma Sato Super Aguri-Honda 70 +16.698 11 3
7 1 Spain Fernando Alonso McLaren-Mercedes 70 +21.936 2 2
8 11 Germany Ralf Schumacher Toyota 70 +22.888 18 1
9 15 Australia Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 70 +22.960 6
10 16 Germany Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota 70 +23.984 7
11 23 United Kingdom Anthony Davidson Super Aguri-Honda 70 +24.318 17
12 8 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Honda 70 +30.439 13
Ret 12 Italy Jarno Trulli Toyota 58 Accident 10
Ret 18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 54 Accident 12
Ret 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Spyker-Ferrari 47 Collision damage 21
Ret 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 36 Gearbox 14
Ret 10 Poland Robert Kubica BMW Sauber 26 Accident 8
Ret 20 Germany Adrian Sutil Spyker-Ferrari 21 Accident 20
Ret 19 United States Scott Speed Toro Rosso-Ferrari 8 Collision 16
Ret 7 United Kingdom Jenson Button Honda 0 Gearbox 15
DSQ 5 Brazil Felipe Massa Ferrari 51 Disqualified 5
DSQ 3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 51 Disqualified 9

Championship standings after the race[edit]

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

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