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McLaren: What a fantastic race!

The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve managed to throw up another extraordinary, unpredictable and endlessly unraveling grand prix. Both Jenson and Kevin spent much of the race fighting inbetween the traffic, but, as the race’s cards were decisively shuffled at the mid-point, both drivers slowly began to move up the order. Jenson was the greatest beneficiary – in just two laps, he jumped from eighth position to fourth at the flag; first, taking the opportunity to pass Nico Hulkenberg and Fernando Alonso to take sixth, then gaining a further two places after a last-lap crash took out Sergio Perez and Felipe Massa. Kevin spent the last 22 laps of the race attempting to find a way past Jean-Eric...
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