F1 needs Kubica back and Honda gone

F1 needs Kubica back and Honda gone

An underwhelming Canadian Grand Prix on track meant the biggest talking points in Montreal were the once-unthinkable prospect of a Robert Kubica comeback and the now-unthinkable prospect of Fernando Alonso continuing with a Honda-powered McLaren

The much-anticipated battle between Mercedes and Ferrari vanished into the ether within seconds of the start, so - as a race - the Canadian Grand Prix was a somewhat pedestrian affair.

Lewis Hamilton, very much having one of his 'on' weekends, had a car entirely to his liking, and was imperious on both Saturday and Sunday, pulling himself back to within a dozen points of Sebastian Vettel.

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