Fernando Alonso won last Sunday his 4th consecutive competition giving him the cure of the Canadian Formula One Grand Prix. For Alonso who goes for Renault was a straightforward victory since he started from the post and only had a quick obstacle from the Finn Kimi Raikkonen at the beginning of the race but Alonso kept off Raikkonens make an effort to move him in the 12th panel. Alonso's final margin of victory was only 2.1 moments
Raikkonen had issues in the sets while changing the right rear tire during his first stop and during the installation of his McLaren on yet another. He was then handed by Schumacher with one lap to go.
The seven-time winner on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Michael Schumacher wasnt a really rival to Alonso since Schumacher drove his vehicle off the track once, brushed the wall several times and cut across the curve on the ultimate change several times to take him out of competition. He'd did not end three of his past four events at this occasion, including last year but this time he took advantageous asset of Kimi Raikkonen's mistake on a turn on the next-top-last lap and took an additional place.
Raikkonen's McLaren Mercedes volkswagen front bumper finished third, Giancarlo Fisichella's Renault was fourth and Felipe Massa's Ferrari was sixth.
The dirty, subaru front bumper smooth track didn't stop Fernando Alonso's persistent ride toward another direct Formula One Championship. Apparently the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve requires a new floor. Many pilots confirmed that the track got worst because the battle advanced and that going off the racing line was like driving on a skating rink.
subaru front bumper That is Alonsos sixth win of the summer season, which provides advantage to him of 25 points with twenty events to go in the Entire World Championship standings on his solution to next weeks U.S. Grand Prix. This is Alonsos 15th consecutive podium end (top three), four podiums far from Schumachers record.
In a few days, the Formula One goes to Indianapolis, and it is expected that it'll make up for last year's chaos by which only six cars raced after those that use Michelin tires taken out over safety concerns.