2014 Canadian Grand Prix grid

2014 Canadian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, 2014

Row 1 1. Nico Rosberg 1’14.874
2. Lewis Hamilton 1’14.953
Row 2 3. Sebastian Vettel 1’15.548
Red Bull
4. Valtteri Bottas 1’15.550
Row 3 5. Felipe Massa 1’15.578
6. Daniel Ricciardo 1’15.589
Red Bull
Row 4 7. Fernando Alonso 1’15.814
8. Jean-Eric Vergne 1’16.162
Toro Rosso
Row 5 9. Jenson Button 1’16.182
10. Kimi Raikkonen 1’16.214
Row 6 11. Nico Hulkenberg 1’16.300
Force India
12. Kevin Magnussen 1’16.310
Row 7 13. Sergio Perez 1’16.472
Force India
14. Romain Grosjean 1’16.687
Row 8 15. Daniil Kvyat 1’16.713
Toro Rosso
16. Adrian Sutil 1’17.314
Row 9 17. Pastor Maldonado 1’18.329
18. Max Chilton 1’18.348
Row 10 19. Jules Bianchi 1’18.359
20. Marcus Ericsson 1’19.820
Row 11 21. Kamui Kobayashi* 1’19.278
22. Esteban Gutierrez** No time

*Five-place grid penalty for engine change
**To start from pit lane

Image © Daimler/Hoch Zwei

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24 comments on 2014 Canadian Grand Prix grid

  1. Osvaldas31 (@osvaldas31) said on 7th June 2014, 19:03

    So, take that. Rosberg beat Hamilton fair and square on one of Lewis’s preferred tracks. Stunning!

    • Osvaldas31 (@osvaldas31) said on 7th June 2014, 19:04

      Also, very happy for Vettel for managing to take finally one over Ricciardo. Two talented guys, who deserve fighting for WDC.

      • I don’t know about “finally”. On the rare occasions when his power unit works properly in qualifying (I count only three in the first seven GP’s) Vettel has the edge on Ricciardo.

        • Martin C (@marty1000) said on 8th June 2014, 17:33

          It’s not his power unit, it’s his ability as a driver that’s lacking, let’s see what excuses he uses this time!

    • timi (@timi) said on 7th June 2014, 19:06

      @osvaldas31 Yes, shame for Hamilton he locked up on his final lap, but 0.079 is a very small margin. As the old adage goes though.. you don’t get any points on Saturday. The race is what matters, and Montreal lends itself to a hell of a lot of overtakes, so the race for pole should be epic!

      • evered7 (@evered7) said on 7th June 2014, 19:17

        Race is a different proposition, I understand. But this is ‘Hamilton’s’ track and to have beaten him here will be a massive shot in the arm for Rosberg.

        Momentum’s the word.

      • AbeyG (@1abe) said on 7th June 2014, 21:29

        They may not get points on Saturday but they will get a trophy for Pole.

  2. timi (@timi) said on 7th June 2014, 19:05

    Awesome grid! We should have one hell of a race tomorrow, especially since overtaking isn’t too hard on the circuit de Gilles. I can’t wait! Still think Hamilton will tear Rosberg a new one in the race..

  3. Kingshark (@kingshark) said on 7th June 2014, 19:05

    Red Bull and Williams are so close today it’s unbelievable.

  4. Mayank (@mjf1fan) said on 7th June 2014, 19:05

    Great driving by two Germans there. I dint expected both of them to beat their respective teammates. Well done Rosberg and Vettel.

  5. iAltair (@ialtair) said on 7th June 2014, 19:06

    Hope Vettel will have a reliable car this time round and hopefully see what can he do with Mercedes engine powered cars all around him.

    • Martin C (@marty1000) said on 8th June 2014, 17:27

      The only no1 Vettel will ever see again is the number 1 on his car!
      He was just lucky to have the best car for these few years………Put probably 4 or 5 top drivers in the same car and the result would have been the same….

  6. Uzair Syed (@ultimateuzair) said on 7th June 2014, 19:09

    Well, I wasn’t expecting that.

  7. Jack (@jmc200) said on 7th June 2014, 19:12

    I REALLY didn’t expect that. The race should be great!

  8. Cuesta (@cuesta) said on 7th June 2014, 19:12

    Great freakin new floor for Ferrari.
    Also Alonso just said they’re expecting to lose more power tomorrow.

  9. Dizzy said on 7th June 2014, 19:13

    I just really hope that DRS isn’t as overpowered here as it has been in the past because I want to see some good, close & competitive racing.

    If I see too many easy DRS highway passes Im turning it off im afraid.

    I also hope we don’t see any of this utter nonsense that we saw a year ago with drivers backing off to be behind for drs-

  10. rantingmrp (@rantingmrp) said on 7th June 2014, 19:13

    Always more interesting to have Lewis fighting for the lead from behind another fast car. Tomorrow, we get to know whether Nico really is a racer or not. Fingers crossed no incidents, just RACING.
    Can’t wait!

  11. DaveD (@daved) said on 7th June 2014, 19:13

    Lewis made the mistake in sector 2 and now he’s going to be fighting Nico for the race lead….and a great mix behind them on the grid! This could be a brilliant race!!! Let’s hope for the race to be as good as qualifying :)

  12. Fun (@functor) said on 7th June 2014, 19:48

    I predict it’s gonna be Merc, Williams, Merc, Williams, RedBull in the first and second corner

  13. both germans turned the tables this time.. i can already feel the excitement :D

  14. Sven (@crammond) said on 7th June 2014, 21:03

    0.04 betwenn P3 and P6 on the grid, the well-starting Alonso with his consistent race-pace on P7, Hulk on P11 with free tyre-choice (am I wrong if I read the practice-sessions in a way that this could really help this weekend?)… could be exciting tommorrow.
    Don´t really care about the Mercs and in whichever order they arrive, though.

  15. nickfrog (@nickfrog) said on 8th June 2014, 9:56

    Impressive JEV really…

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