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Featured Race Canadian GP 2010
The 2010 Canadian Grand Prix was the race that Pirelli was told to emulate when it arrived in the sport the following year. The Bridgestone tyres at the time were rock solid and it was only on the slippery Montreal circuit that they degraded enough to induce multiple pit stops. The fans loved the unpredictability and variation in performance between the cars, and ever since the level of action and overtaking has been F1's holy grail. Lewis Hamilton won the race with a two-stop strategy
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- 'Well, we're not in first place so we can't be too happy'
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Featured Driver Lucien Bianchi
The great uncle of current Marussia driver Jules Bianchi, Lucien cut his teeth in sports cars and rallying before moving on to single-seaters in 1959. His F1 career was patchy with brief spells for various outfits, but he did take a podium at the 1968 Monaco Grand Prix. He also won Le Mans in the same year driving a Ford GT40 with Pedro Rodriguez, but the 24 hour race claimed his life when he crashed his Alfa Romeo T33 during testing for the 1969 event