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FORMULA ONE IN CANADA
PEREZ-3RD, GROSJEAN-2ND AND HAMILTON-1ST
There it is, seven races, seven different winners. Unusal for Canada, the race was a ho-hum event until the last few laps. With Alonzo and Vettel slipping away from first positions they left it wide open for Lewis Hamilton. Romain Grosjean, from Lotus, came in second and said that he was confused because the line-up changed so quickly at the end. Maybe he didn't even know that he was second. Third went to Sergio Perez from Mexico. Both the second and third drivers are great tire savers. They have proved that in the past and this time it payed off. Not that anyone cares, but I am pleased the way this ended.
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