The Canadian Grand Prix was a strange one this year. Not that anything particularly strange happened, because nothing strange happens in Canada, but it was different from most of the past few races there.
In the same way that the last race in Monaco was considered a bit of a blip, as it was exciting, this Grand Prix in Canada was a bit, well, dull. Usually races at Montreal are full of thrills, with unpredictable weather and the especially daring drivers kissing the wall of champions as they slide around the chicane. This time, Sebastian Vettel started from the pole, and he led the pack all the way until the end with a large margin.