The 2007 Canadian Grand Prix, formally the XLIV Grand Prix du Canada, was the sixth race of the 2007 FIA Formula One World Championship, staged on 10 June 2007 at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada.[1][2] The race would be significant as the maiden victory for Lewis Hamilton, as several major incidents culminated in a huge accident for Robert Kubica.[2]

Qualifying had seen the two McLaren-Mercedes duel for pole position, a battle which was won for the first time by Hamilton by four tenths of a second.[2] Fernando Alonso hence started from second, while the two Ferraris found themselves behind Nick Heidfeld in the #9 BMW Sauber.[2]

The start of the race saw Alonso attempt to assert his dominance, challenging teammate Hamilton on the brakes around the outside of the first corner.[2] Yet, the Brit resisted and forced Alonso to run wide, with the Spaniard ultimately running out of track and running onto the tarmac and grass on the inside of turn two, damaging his car.[2]

Behind the start was fairly tame, with Alonso scrambling back onto the circuit in second ahead of Heidfeld whom had fended off the Ferraris.[2] Elsewhere, Jenson Button stalled as his Honda suffered a loss of first gear, meaning he was relegated to the back of the field.[2]

Scott Speed would remove himself from precedings at the end of the opening lap, breaking his suspension after hitting Alexander Wurz on the run to the hairpin.[2] That, however, would be the only incident of note during the early stages, with Hamilton able to ease away from teammate Alonso at the head of the field.[2]

Indeed, Alonso was throwing everything he had at his teammate but still losing ground, as show by two more offs at turn one during the first stint.[2] The latter proved disasterous as he slipped behind both Heidfeld and Massa, with the Brazilian subsequently moving into second when the German racer made his first stop.[2]

Hamilton made his stop on lap 22, moments before the pitlane was closed as a result of the Safety Car being called upon.[2] The cause would be Adrian Sutil, who had buried his car into the wall at turn four, resulting in some major headaches for those who had yet to stop.[2]

Alonso and Nico Rosberg were the first losers, having been forced to pit for fuel while the pitlane was closed, earning themselves ten-second stop-go penalties.[2] Massa and Giancarlo Fisichella, meanwhile, would wait until the pits were opened to make their stops, followed in by most of the rest of the field, only to leave the pits with the red light showing.[2]

Once the stops were sorted out it was Hamilton who led from Heidfeld, Alonso, Rosberg and Rubens Barrichello, with the Brit acing the restart on lap 27 to escape once again.[2] However, the race had barely got underway before the SC was required again, this time the result of Kubica suffering a huge accident at the hairpin.[2]

The Polish racer had been fighting Jarno Trulli on the run to the hairpin, and had been nudged onto the grass by the Italian.[2] Out of control the #10 BMW Sauber was thrown into the air by an escape road, clipped the front of Speed's abandoned Toro Rosso-Ferrari and slammed into the inside wall, before bouncing and barrel-rolling back across the circuit.[2] Kubica came to a rest with his car on its side on the outside of the hairpin, and required assistance to escape the car having sustained ankle injuries and a concussion.[2]

The race restarted for a second time on lap 34, with Hamilton again easing away from Heidfeld, while Alonso and Rosberg served their penalties.[2] That, miraculously put Anthony Davidson into third, only for the #23 Super Aguri-Honda to hit a groundhog and be forced to pit for repairs.[2]

Further SC appearances were caused later in the race, the first for debris left by Christijan Albers, and the last to remove Vitantonio Liuzzi from the Wall of Champions.[2] In between the majority of the field would make their second stops, while Massa and Fisichella were disqualified for their pitlane transgression, resulting in a drastically different order at the final restart.[2]

Indeed, the order was settled from that restart on lap 60, with Hamilton easing through the closing stages to claim a dominant victory ahead of Heidfeld.[2] Third would go to Wurz, up from nineteenth on the grid, while Heikki Kovalainen survived well to finish fourth ahead of Kimi Räikkönen, with Takuma Sato overtaking Alonso late on to secure sixth and leave the Spaniard to defend from Ralf Schumacher in the closing stages.[2]

Background[edit | edit source]

Fernando Alonso moved to the top of the title hunt as a result of the Monaco Grand Prix, moving level with teammate Lewis Hamilton on 38 points. However, while the pair were level on points, it was the Spaniard's two wins to the Brits zero that meant he was ahead, as they estabished a five point margin over third placed Felipe Massa. Kimi Räikkönen and Nick Heidfeld had lost ground in fourth and fifth, while Alexander Wurz had become the season's fourteenth scorer.

In the Constructors Championship McLaren-Mercedes had continued to grow their advantage, their Monaco one-two putting them onto 76 points for the season. Ferrari had therefore lost a fair amount of ground in second, leaving the Principality twenty points behind, while BMW Sauber had slipped 46 points back. Renault and Williams-Toyota completed the top five, with eight teams on the score-sheet.

Entry list[edit | edit source]

The full entry list for the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix is outlined below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-22 Mercedes FO 108T 2.4 V8 B
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-22 Mercedes FO 108T 2.4 V8 B
3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France ING Renault F1 Team Renault R27 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B
4 Finland Heikki Kovalainen France ING Renault F1 Team Renault R27 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B
5 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F2007 Ferrari 056 2007 2.4 V8 B
6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F2007 Ferrari 056 2007 2.4 V8 B
7 United Kingdom Jenson Button Japan Honda Racing F1 Team Honda RA107 Honda RA807E 2.4 V8 B
8 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Japan Honda Racing F1 Team Honda RA107 Honda RA807E 2.4 V8 B
9 Germany Nick Heidfeld Germany BMW Sauber F1 Team BMW Sauber F1.07 BMW P86/7 2.4 V8 B
10 Poland Robert Kubica Germany BMW Sauber F1 Team BMW Sauber F1.07 BMW P86/7 2.4 V8 B
11 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF107 Toyota RVX-07 2.4 V8 B
12 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF107 Toyota RVX-07 2.4 V8 B
14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB7 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B
15 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB7 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B
16 Germany Nico Rosberg United Kingdom AT&T Williams Williams FW29 Toyota RVX-07 2.4 V8 B
17 Austria Alexander Wurz United Kingdom AT&T Williams Williams FW29 Toyota RVX-07 2.4 V8 B
18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR2 Ferrari 056 2006 2.4 V8 B
19 United States Scott Speed Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR2 Ferrari 056 2006 2.4 V8 B
20 Germany Adrian Sutil Netherlands Etihad Alder Spyker F1 Team Spyker F8-VII Ferrari 056 2006 2.4 V8 B
21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Netherlands Etihad Alder Spyker F1 Team Spyker F8-VII Ferrari 056 2006 2.4 V8 B
22 Japan Takuma Sato Japan Super Aguri F1 Team Super Aguri SA07 Honda RA807E 2.4 V8 B
23 United Kingdom Anthony Davidson Japan Super Aguri F1 Team Super Aguri SA07 Honda RA807E 2.4 V8 B
Test Drivers for Practice Sessions Only
38 Japan Kazuki Nakajima United Kingdom AT&T Williams Williams FW29 Toyota RVX-07 2.4 V8 B
Source:[3]

Practice Overview[edit | edit source]

P1[edit | edit source]

McLaren-Mercedes predictably topped the timesheets for P1, ahead of the two Ferraris. The only replacement driver for the morning was Kazuki Nakajima, sitting in for Nico Rosberg in the Williams-Toyota. Robert Kubica failed to set a time with technical problems.

P2[edit | edit source]

P2 was surprisingly eventful, with several cars crashing and having close calls. Alonso again topped the sheets, ahead of Massa, Hamilton then a hard-pushing Räikkönen. Scott Speed was involved in a crash with Mark Webber, after the Australian unexpectedly slowed causing Speed to run into the back of him. Jarno Trulli twice caused damage to his Toyota, while Adrian Sutil narrowly missed damage when flying over a kerb. Heikki Kovalainen had to sat out much of the session, following an early crash.

P3[edit | edit source]

P3 saw red flags waved early on, after Kovalainen's Renault spewed oil over the track. This meant some drivers struggled to set representative times, so Hamilton topped the leaderboard in this session. McLaren and Ferrari hogged the top four yet again.

Practice Results[edit | edit source]

Driver Team FP1 FP2 FP3
Time Pos Time Pos Time Pos
Spain Fernando Alonso McLaren-Mercedes 1:17.759 1 1:16.550 1 1:16.465 3
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 1:17.967 2 1:17.307 3 1:16.071 1
Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 1:18.620 6 1:18.130 8 1:17.454 11
Finland Heikki Kovalainen 1:18.997 14 1:20.519 22 1:18.758 21
Brazil Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:18.167 4 1:17.090 2 1:16.666 4
Finland Kimi Räikkönen 1:18.136 3 1:17.515 4 1:16.465 2
United Kingdom Jenson Button Honda 1:18.932 13 1:18.474 13 1:17.468 12
Brazil Rubens Barrichello 1:19.937 18 1:18.108 7 1:17.329 8
Germany Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber 1:18.634 7 1:17.827 5 1:18.428 19
Poland Robert Kubica no time 22 1:18.399 12 1:17.601 13
Germany Ralf Schumacher Toyota 1:18.652 8 1:19.331 19 1:17.748 16
Italy Jarno Trulli 1:18.925 12 1:18.895 18 1:17.624 14
United Kingdom David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 1:18.717 9 1:18.316 11 1:17.391 9
Australia Mark Webber 1:18.301 5 1:18.181 9 1:17.071 7
Germany Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota DNP 1:17.992 6 1:16.975 6
Japan Kazuki Nakajima 1:19.273 17 DNP DNP
Austria Alexander Wurz 1.19.189 15 1:18.871 17 1:18.489 20
Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1:20.331 19 1:18.493 14 1:17.799 17
United States Scott Speed 1:19.234 16 1:18.602 16 1:17.742 15
Germany Adrian Sutil Spyker-Ferrari 1.21.630 21 1:19.662 21 1:18.270 18
Netherlands Christijan Albers 1:21.251 20 1:19.453 20 1:18.933 22
Japan Takuma Sato Super Aguri-Honda 1:18.898 11 1:18.309 10 1:16.864 5
United Kingdom Anthony Davidson 1:18.896 10 1:18.545 15 1:17.391 10

Qualifying[edit | edit source]

Q1[edit | edit source]

Q1 saw both the Spykers round out the bottom, to be joined by Wurz, Kovalainen, Ralf Schumacher and Anthony Davidson. Kovalainen had earlier in the session hit the wall, and rapid repairs meant he could rejoin, however his torrid weekend continued when he was knocked down the order from a peak of thirteenth. An engine change pushed him further down the grid, and he would start the race from the back of the grid.

Q2[edit | edit source]

Although he missed out on Q3, Takuma Sato put in an impressive performance to put the Super Aguri eleventh on the grid. With a brakes issue, David Coulthard could only manage fourteenth.

Q3[edit | edit source]

For the pole position shoot-out, it was a McLaren predictably on top, with Lewis Hamilton taking the honours ahead of teammate Fernando Alonso. Nick Heidfeld surprised the Ferraris by placing his BMW Sauber third.

Qualifying Results[edit | edit source]

The full qualifying results for the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos. Time Pos. Time Pos. Time
1 2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 3 1:16.576 1 1:15.486 1 1:15.707 1
2 2 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 2 1:16.562 2 1:15.522 2 1:16.163 2
3 9 Germany Nick Heidfeld Germany BMW Sauber 6 1:17.006 3 1:15.960 3 1:16.266 3
4 6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 1 1:16.468 9 1:16.592 4 1:16.411 4
5 5 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Ferrari 4 1:16.756 4 1:16.138 5 1:16.570 5
6 15 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull-Renault 10 1:17.315 6 1:16.257 6 1:16.913 6
7 16 Germany Nico Rosberg Japan Williams-Toyota 8 1:17.016 5 1:16.190 7 1:16.919 7
8 10 Poland Robert Kubica Germany BMW Sauber 9 1:17.267 8 1:16.368 8 1:16.993 8
9 3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France Renault 5 1:16.805 7 1:16.288 9 1:17.229 9
10 12 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Toyota 11 1:17.324 10 1:16.600 10 1:17.747 10
11 22 Japan Takuma Sato Japan Super Aguri-Honda 14 1:17.490 11 1:16.743 11
12 18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 16 1:17.541 12 1:16.760 12
13 8 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Japan Honda 7 1:17.011 13 1:17.116 13
14 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull-Renault 13 1:17.436 14 1:17.304 14
15 7 United Kingdom Jenson Button Japan Honda 15 1:17.522 15 1:17.541 15
16 19 United States Scott Speed Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 12 1:17.433 16 1:17.571 16
17 23 United Kingdom Anthony Davidson Japan Super Aguri-Honda 17 1:17.542 17
18 11 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Toyota 18 1:17.634 18
19* 4 Finland Heikki Kovalainen France Renault 19 1:17.806 22
20 17 Austria Alexander Wurz United Kingdom Williams-Toyota 20 1:18.089 19
21 20 Germany Adrian Sutil Netherlands Spyker-Ferrari 21 1:18.536 20
22 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Netherlands Spyker-Ferrari 22 1:19.196 21
Source:[4]
  • T Indicates a driver used their test/spare car to set their best time in that session.
  • Bold indicates the fastest driver's time in each session.
  • * Kovalainen was awarded a ten place grid penalty for changing his engine.[4]

Grid[edit | edit source]

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 1 ______________
Lewis Hamilton 2
______________ Fernando Alonso
Row 2 3 ______________
Nick Heidfeld 4
______________ Kimi Räikkönen
Row 3 5 ______________
Felipe Massa 6
______________ Mark Webber
Row 4 7 ______________
Nico Rosberg 8
______________ Robert Kubica
Row 5 9 ______________
Giancarlo Fisichella 10
______________ Jarno Trulli
Row 6 11 ______________
Takuma Sato 12
______________ Vitantonio Liuzzi
Row 7 13 ______________
Rubens Barrichello 14
______________ David Coulthard
Row 8 15 ______________
Jenson Button 16
______________ Scott Speed
Row 9 17 ______________
Anthony Davidson 18
______________ Ralf Schumacher
Row 10 19 ______________
Alexander Wurz 20
______________ Adrian Sutil
Row 11 21 ______________
Christijan Albers 22
______________ Heikki Kovalainen
  • * Albers would start the race from the pitlane.[4]

Race[edit | edit source]

Report[edit | edit source]

Although Hamilton got off well, he had to defend from Alonso on the right and Heidfeld on the left. He was able to keep Nick behind going into turn 1, but Alonso kept going and ran wide. He cut across the grass and was almost t-boned by his teammate at the exit of turn 2, dropping to third as a consequence. Jenson Button did not make it off the grid, with a gearbox problem, the only casualty of the first few corners.

After a relatively quite first few laps, Scott Speed became the second retirement of the afternoon, breaking his suspension with an audacious move on Alexander Wurz into turn 8. He tapped the back of the Williams, damaging Wurz's rear wing in the process.

Fernando Alonso, unable to catch Heidfeld and Hamilton ran wide again at turn 1 on lap 14. Alonso, frustrated by his lack of pace did so again 5 laps later. This second mistake meant Felipe Massa was able to sweep past into 3rd. On the same lap, David Coulthard was clearly not impressed with his Red Bull's performance, responding to a radio message with the classic "Not good. Doesn't turn, doesn't stop, no traction. Apart from that it's great, having lots of fun".

Lewis Hamilton pitted from the lead on lap 21 and slotted in fourth. However this early pit-stop seemingly proved erroneous, as Adrian Sutil's crash on the same lap meant he lost his free pit-stop. Coming into turn four, the Spyker tailboned out and slapped the wall, breaking his suspension. Under the safety car, Vitantonio Liuzzi hit the wall on the start of the pit straight, however he was fortunate enough to carry on with no damage. Alonso opted to pit after the safety car was deployed, which meant he - and Nico Rosberg had to take a 10 second stop-go penalty later in the race. Further confusion reigned under this safety car, as both Massa and Giancarlo Fisichella left the pitlane while it was closed. This was investigated throughout the race, until the decision was made to disqualify both drivers on lap 51.

Hamilton made a quick restart, pulling away from Heidfeld and Alonso in second and third. Shortly after though, Robert Kubica pulled out of the slipstream of Jarno Trulli, but caught the rear wing at full speed. The BMW Sauber took off over the grass, and his right-front tyre was ripped off when tapping a marshal's post. Fortunately, his car hit the wall horizontally, as opposed to impacting with a slight elevation, yet his car still barrel-rolled across the track, just avoiding several cars driving into turn 10. His final impact with the barriers was limited with him bumping off one of his stricken tyres just before, leaving him in his Sauber on its side, with three wheels and the wings ripped off. Original reports suggested Kubica had a serious leg injury, but post-race it was confirmed there were no serious injuries, with the Pole eager to start the next race. Sebastian Vettel however replaced him in America for his first start, following concerns for Kubica's wellbeing by the FIA. The only other driver affected by this was Vitantonio Liuzzi, who had debris stuck to his right-front tyre.

On the restart following this safety car period, Nick Heidfeld was caught napping enabling Lewis Hamilton to build up a 2 second lead coming into the first chicane. Turn one saw another of many incidents in this race, with the Toyota and Williams-Toyota of Trulli and Rosberg facing the opposite direction from a spin. With their close proximity, it was assumed they had collided but replays shown that contact was non-existent. Trulli attempted an overtake on the inside of Rosberg, but spun after jumping over the kerb, whereas Rosberg humorously spun exiting the same corner, irrespective of Trulli. Both were able to continue, Rosberg albeit after a few seconds of stagnation. David Coutlhard's poor afternoon concluded early on the same lap, with a gearbox failure. Fellow Brit Anthony Davidson also had his race ruined, after it was reported that he had run over a groundhog, forcing him to pit.

Fernando Alonso, who had lost lots of time with his penalty, was relieved to see safety car flags being waved on lap 50, following Christijan Albers off-track excursion at the second chicane left debris over the track. Also to Fernando's joy were the disqualification of Fisichella and Massa, pushing him up further in the closed pack. Hamilton led again from Heidfeld on the restart, slowed this time by Webber ahead of him diving into the pits. Only a lap later, the safety car was called out again to recover Liuzzi's Toro Rosso, who had smashed into the Wall of Champions. Just before the safety car was called, Alonso attempted an overtake on Trulli into turn 1, but ran wide again onto the grass, allowing Räikkönen and Ralf Schumacher to pass him.

Under the safety car, Jarno Trulli crashed out leaving the pitlane, going too fast to catch up under the safety car. Hamilton again made another quick restart with 10 laps to go, followed by Heidfeld and Rubens Barrichello. The Brazilian though pitted soon after, allowing Wurz to move into the final podium position. The top five had no worries in finishing off the race, but Alonso was under threat from the quick Super Aguri of Takuma Sato, and dropped down to 7th on lap 68.

Lewis Hamilton took home the flag for his first win, and also took plaudits from global press for his impressive drive at such a young age. Heidfeld and Wurz completed the podium, with Heikki Kovalainen taking an impressive fourth after a dismal Friday and Saturday. Alonso finished seventh, holding off Scuhmacher, Webber, Rosberg and Davidson who were close behind.

Results[edit | edit source]

The full results for the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 70 1:44:11.292 1 10
2 9 Germany Nick Heidfeld Germany BMW Sauber 70 +4.343s 3 8
3 17 Austria Alexander Wurz United Kingdom Williams-Toyota 70 +5.325s 19 6
4 4 Finland Heikki Kovalainen France Renault 70 +6.729s 22 5
5 6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 70 +13.007s 4 4
6 22 Japan Takuma Sato Japan Super Aguri-Honda 70 +16.698s 11 3
7 1 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 70 +21.936s 2 2
8 11 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Toyota 70 +22.888s 18 1
9 15 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull-Renault 70 +22.960s 6
10 16 Germany Nico Rosberg United Kingdom Williams-Toyota 70 +23.984s 7
11 23 United Kingdom Anthony Davidson Japan Super Aguri-Honda 70 +24.318s 17
12 8 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Japan Honda 70 +30.439s 13
Ret 12 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Toyota 58 Collision 10
Ret 18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 54 Accident 12
DSQ* 5 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Ferrari 51 Disqualified 5
DSQ* 3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France Renault 51 Disqualified 9
Ret 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Netherlands Spyker-Ferrari 47 Damage 21
Ret 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull-Renault 36 Suspension 14
Ret 10 Poland Robert Kubica Germany BMW Sauber 26 Accident 8
Ret 20 Germany Adrian Sutil Netherlands Spyker-Ferrari 21 Accident 20
Ret 19 United States Scott Speed Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 8 Collision 16
Ret 7 United Kingdom Jenson Button Japan Honda 0 Throttle 15
Source:[5]
  • T Indicates a driver used their test/spare car.
  • * Massa and Fisichella were disqualified from the race for ignoring a red light in the pitlane.[5]

Milestones[edit | edit source]

Standings[edit | edit source]

A maiden victory for Lewis Hamilton would put the British rookie back on top of the Drivers' Championship leaving Canada, and with 48 points to his name having yet to finish off the podium. His title defending teammate Fernando Alonso was forced to make way for him and dropped eight behind, while Felipe Massa would leave Montreal fifteen points off the lead. Kimi Räikkönen had likewise lost ground in fourth, with Nick Heidfeld having closed right onto the Finn's tail in fifth.

In the Constructors Championship it was McLaren-Mercedes who once again ended the weekend on top, leaving Montreal with 88 points to their name and a 28 point advantage. Ferrari were still their closest challengers, but would need two strong weekends just to get back on terms with the Anglo-German alliance. BMW Sauber, meanwhile, had enhanced their grip on third ahead of Renault, while Williams-Toyota had held on to fifth.

World Championship for Drivers
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 48 ▲1
2 Spain Fernando Alonso 40 ▼1
3 Brazil Felipe Massa 33
4 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 27
5 Germany Nick Heidfeld 26
6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 13
7 Poland Robert Kubica 12
8 Austria Alexander Wurz 8 ▲4
9 Finland Heikki Kovalainen 8 ▲2
10 Germany Nico Rosberg 5 ▼2
11 United Kingdom David Coulthard 4 ▼2
12 Japan Takuma Sato 4 ▲1
13 Italy Jarno Trulli 4 ▼3
14 Germany Ralf Schumacher 1
World Championship for Constructors*
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 88
2 Italy Ferrari 60
3 Germany BMW Sauber 38
4 France Renault 21
5 United Kingdom Williams-Toyota 13
6 Japan Toyota 6
7 Austria Red Bull-Renault 4
8 Japan Super Aguri-Honda 4

Only points scoring drivers and constructors are shown.

References[edit | edit source]

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References:

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 '6. Canada 2007', statsf1.com, (Stats F1, 2014), https://www.statsf1.com/en/2007/canada.aspx, (Accessed 14/02/2020)
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 'Canada 2007: Joy of six for Lewis.', crash.net, (Crash Media Group, 10/06/2007), https://www.crash.net/f1/race-report/58813/1/canada-2007-joy-of-six-for-lewis, (Accessed 14/02/2020)
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  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 'FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix du Canada 2007 - QUALIFYING', formula1.com, (Formula One World Championship Limited, 2006), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2007/races/813/canada/qualifying.html, (Accessed 14/02/2020)
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