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McLaren really need to sort themselves out.

It's excusable to have buggered up the car design - you can't do much about that once the season is underway.

What's inexcusable is their strategy calls right now - how they let JB run out of time to cross the line, I don't know - but they got themselves into that position by not getting out to the end of the pit lane before everyone else.

If JB gets fecked off with the situation, they're going to have big problems, as they'll struggle to attract another top line driver to lead the team.

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I see Sutil fûcked Hamiltons race. A complete lap of blue flags/signs ignored. FA would probably have got him but it would have been a lot tighter. A good boost for LH with a podium and outpacing his teamate. SV and RedBull in a different race. McLaren? I'm actually beginning to think they are losing the plot. Ever since their road cars started to come on board, the race team has lost its edge.

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DiResta doing 57 laps on a set of tyres was pretty impressive.

McLaren will be as well concentrating on next year's car.

Ironic it being Sutil holding Lewis up, as they used to be friends and Sutil "helping" Hamilton win his World Championship.

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Sad news coming out this morning.

Following the race, governing body the FIA said in a statement it was "sad to announce the death of a Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada circuit worker.

"The worker was the victim of an unfortunate accident that occurred at the end of this afternoon's Formula 1 Grand Prix. The worker was helping to recover a car which had stopped during the race.

"The recovery vehicle had lifted the car to return it to the pits and while doing this the worker dropped his radio and attempted to pick it up. As he did this, he stumbled and was hit and run over by the recovery vehicle.

"The worker was transported via helicopter to hospital. Unfortunately, the worker succumbed to his injuries at the hospital."

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