2010 Canadian Grand Prix grid

Row 1 1. Lewis Hamilton 1’15.105
2. Sebastian Vettel 1’15.420
Red Bull-Renault
Row 2 3. Fernando Alonso 1’15.435
4. Jenson Button 1’15.520
Row 3 5. Vitantonio Liuzzi 1’15.648
Force India-Mercedes
6. Felipe Massa 1’15.688
Row 4 7. Mark Webber* 1’15.373
Red Bull-Renault
8. Robert Kubica 1’15.715
Row 5 9. Adrian Sutil 1’15.881
Force India-Mercedes
10. Nico Rosberg 1’16.071
Row 6 11. Rubens Barrichello 1’16.434
12. Nico H???lkenberg 1’16.438
Row 7 13. Michael Schumacher 1’16.492
14. Vitaly Petrov 1’16.844
Row 8 15. Sebastien Buemi 1’16.928
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
16. Jaime Alguersuari 1’17.029
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Row 9 17. Pedro de la Rosa 1’17.384
18. Kamui Kobayashi 1’18.019
Row 10 19. Heikki Kovalainen 1’18.237
20. Jarno Trulli 1’18.698
Row 11 21. Timo Glock 1’18.941
22. Bruno Senna 1’19.484
Row 12 23. Lucas di Grassi 1’19.675
24. Karun Chandhok* 1’27.757

*Five-place penalty for gearbox change penalty

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20 comments on 2010 Canadian Grand Prix grid

  1. Alexi said on 12th June 2010, 19:09

    Mercedes epic phail :(
    Good for Hamilton, but RBR was running on hard tyres. I bet on a Webber victory.

    • innim said on 12th June 2010, 19:52

      your spelling is an epic fail!! :D
      I have to say congrats to lotus. Excellent to see heikki challenging kobayashi with nothing playing a part but raw pace. That and Hamilton’s excellent pole makes this my favourite quali session of the year so far. Im betting on a hamilton victory. Vettel had too many brake problems at the start of this year and im thinking they might come back to help hamilton to victory. Apparently this circuit is the worst so far for brakes…

  2. bob80 said on 12th June 2010, 19:15

    Red Bull are very fast on primes but I’m not sure if Renault made good choice. Kubica was looking very strong in Q2 and they gambled with tires for Q3 what might not work for them. Shame because Kubica gave everything.

  3. Great For Hamilton ! But dont forget safety car is a staple in this race and anything could still happen!

  4. Damon said on 12th June 2010, 19:24

    6. Vitantonio Liuzzi 1′15.648

  5. Steph90 (@steph90) said on 12th June 2010, 20:04

    Hamilton -assuming no penalty- has finally booted RBR off the pole position spot. Webber ahead of Vettel, Massa was alright in the end but a tremendous effort from Alonso, didn’t see Liuzzi coming, Sen beat a Virgin, Schumi out in Q2 and Hulk so close to Rubens. My oh my.

    • OEL said on 12th June 2010, 22:15

      Why is Felipe struggeling so this year? Alonso outpaces him too easily. :(

      Despite super softs and mediums. :(

      • Tobitron said on 12th June 2010, 22:43

        Car, psychology, the possibility that they’ve built the car around Alonso, there are loads of various factors that could contribute.

      • Steph90 (@steph90) said on 13th June 2010, 12:56

        He’s said on at least two occassions nopw of having traffic in q3 so although we aren’t seeing a perfect lap from him he really needs to get his timing right on that front.

        I agree there could be variable factors esp when the harder compounds are used but Alonso just seems to be coping better. It’s a long season OEL so don’t be too disappointed as things can change very quickly.

  6. Rachel (@vettelfan) said on 12th June 2010, 22:45

    Well done to Liuzzi :)

    Looks like tomorrow is going to be really close, some of the gaps are under a tenth of a second. Barrichello and Hulkenberg were only split by 0.004 seconds! Should see some good on-track battles. Fingers crossed, lol.

  7. sato113 (@sato113) said on 13th June 2010, 1:12

    is pole on the left or right side of the grid? (from looking towards turn one)

  8. sato113 (@sato113) said on 13th June 2010, 1:18

    can anyone muster a list together of the top 10 and which tyres everyone’s on?

  9. Sush Meerkat said on 13th June 2010, 11:11

    Keith, in future would you be able to put the tyre compound as well?, since F1 sites tend to just tell us the tyre compounds of the first 3 or 4 machines.

    Could be useful in future if we get another “mixed up” strategy.

    Also why cant teams mix up the compounds?, like softs on the rears for traction and hard on the front for wear and tear.

  10. W154 said on 13th June 2010, 13:37

    Expect to see the Red Bulls furiously weaving from side to side on the warm up lap in order to get some heat into their tyres. Also a “get well” sign from MW to Rossi?

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