Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Ricciardo AUS Red Bull 70 2
2 Rosberg GER Mercedes 70 2
3 Vettel GER Red Bull 70 2
4 Button GBR McLaren 70 2
5 Hülkenberg GER Force India 70 1
6 Alonso ESP Ferrari 70 2
7 Bottas FIN Williams 70 2
8 Vergne FRA Toro Rosso 70 2
9 Magnussen DEN McLaren 70 2
10 Räikkönen FIN Ferrari 70 2
11 Perez MEX Force India 69 1
12 Massa FL BRA Williams 69 2
13 Sutil GER Sauber 69 2
14 Gutiérrez MEX Sauber 64 4
Retirement
broken wing Grosjean FRA Lotus 59 3
engine Kvyat RUS Toro Rosso 47 2
engine Hamilton GBR Mercedes 46 3
suspension Kobayashi JPN Caterham 23 0
engine Maldonado VEN Lotus 21 1
engine Ericsson SWE Caterham 7 1
collision Chilton GBR Marussia 0 0
collision Bianchi FRA Marussia 0 0

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Vettel congratulates Ricciardo in parc ferme. Great to see as it was a race he probably felt he should have won after the way the pit stops worked out.

Rosberg will be happy to come away from Canada in second. Impressive work by him to see the chequered flag after a suspected MGU-K failure and rear brake issues.

Ricciardo can't quite believe it and it won't surprise you to hear he has a huge smile on his face.

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Lap 70

Ricciardo takes the first win of his career and Red Bull's first of the season.

Meanwhile the clean up operation continues at Turn 1. A replay shows Massa hit the back of Perez under braking. Perez may have moved slightly to the left in the braking zone but we knew he was struggling on the brakes.

Meanwhile, Button moved up to fourth at the end of that race ahead of Hulkenberg and Alonso. Bottas had to settle for seventh in another hugely disappointing race for Williams.

Vettel was actually quite lucky not to get caught up in the Turn 1 accident at the end. But he takes third place, to round off Red Bull's best weekend of the season by far.

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Huge accident as Massa hits Perez in the first corner. Horrible, horrible accident as Massa tried to pass on the way down to Turn 1.

Both drivers are moving as the medical car arrives on the scene.

We are technically under safety car conditions and Ricciardo crosses the line for victory.

Lap 69

Ricciardo takes the lead at the final chicane! Rosberg could not defend as the Red Bull used DRS to cruise by.

It was so easy at the end with two laps remaining, but Perez is still holding up Vettel and protecting Rosberg's second place.

But now Vettel tries a move and makes it stick on Perez as he moves up to third.

Lap 68

Ricciardo is now 0.7s off Rosberg and he is closing with 3 laps remaining. Perez has now setteld for trying to hold onto a podium ahead of Vettel. Great race by the Force India driver so far, it has to be said.

Massa is still bottled up behind Vettel his chance has gone.

Lap 67

Rosberg's lead is 1.2s now. Perez is 1.5s behind. Vettel is 0.3s off the back of the Force India.

Perez says he has also lost rear brakes. This is one of the hardest races on brakes on the calendar and the new skinny rear brakes are really struggling.

Lap 66

Ricciardo lunges around the outside into Turn 1 ... and makes it stick! Just fringes around the grass. Perez can't fight back and it looked like Vettel nudged him from behind.

Massa can't take advantage, but Ricciardo now has a chance to attack Rosberg.

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  • Kimi Raikkonen powers towards Turn 4, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 9, 2014 The safety car leads the pack through the final chicane, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014 Romain Grosjean recovers from a mistake at Turn 1, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014 The crashed Marussia car of Jules Bianchi, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014
  • Fernando Alonso leads Kimi Raikkonen on track, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014 Daniel Ricciardo celebrates victory on the podium, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014 Nico Rosberg leads Lewis Hamilton into Turn 1, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014 A marshal gives the thumbs up to show Sergio Perez is okay following his crash on the final lap, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 8, 2014