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Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix

Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
McClaren's Lewis Hamilton overtook Red Bull driver, Mark Webber, on the season points ladder, after winning the Canadian Grand Prix. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
The race began in front of a full house as Formula 1 returned to Montreal, having skipped the Canadian leg of the tour in 2009, after a dispute between Bernie Eccelstone, F1 boss, and the then promoters of the race. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
Hamilton, who won his first Formula 1 race in Montreal in 2007, started in pole position, en route to his 14th career victory. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
Red Bull's Mark Webber took the lead as Hamilton was forced to make a pit stop in the seventh lap to switch tires. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
Ferrari fans were out in force as they watched Fernando Alonso take the third spot on the podium. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
Pitting for the final time in the 26th lap, Hamilton rejoined the race in fifth place and quickly raced to second, before patiently making up ground on Webber and over taking him in the 50th of the 70 laps. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
Hamilton celebrated his victory, as a less than pleased looking Alonso was forced to settle for a podium finish. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
Hamilton now has 109 championship points from eight of the 19 races, giving him a three point lead over team mate Jenson Button, who finished second, and a six point lead over Mark Webber. (Getty Images)
Hamilton wins Canadian Grand Prix
As Hamilton celebrated his victory, he said: "I don't know why I do well here, I love it here. It's a great track, great city, great food and great weather today. ... I'm just able to dial in my car here and have a better feel here than some other places." (Getty Images)