OK, so after a 2 week break, we are back with the seventh Grand Prix of the 2012 season; Canada. At the moment, there have been 6 races with 6 different winners. Results Standings Formula 1 Grand Prix Du Canada 2012 One lap of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve A detailed weather forecast of Montreal for the next 10 days Lap Record ~ 1:13.622 (Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari, 2004) 2011 results: ~ Jenson Button (McLaren Mercedes) ~ Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing-Renault) ~ Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing-Renault) 2012 standings (after 6 races): 1. ~ Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) ~ 76 2. ~ Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) ~ 73 3. ~ Mark Webber (Red Bull) ~ 73 4.Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) ~ 63 5.Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) ~ 59 6.Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus) ~ 51 7.Jenson Button (McLaren) ~ 45 8.Romain Grosjean (Lotus) ~ 35 9.Pastor Maldonad (Williams) ~ 29 10.Sergio Perez (Sauber) ~ 22 11.Paul di Resta (Force India) ~ 21 12.Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber) ~ 19 13.Bruno Senna (Williams) ~ 15 14.Felipe Massa (Ferrari) ~ 10 15.Nico Hulkenberg (Force India) ~ 7 16.Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso) ~ 4 17.Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso) ~ 2 18.Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) ~ 2 6 down, 13 to go. So far, still no points for the HRT-Cosworths, Marussia-Cosworth or the Caterham-Renault. Michael Schumacher still not having a good season and Pastor Maldonado getting his first ever F1 win. The big questions for this weekend are: Can the non-scorers finally get some points? Can Michael Schumacher get back into his winning habit? How will the rushed design changes on the Red Bull car affect their performance? Can Pastor Maldonado repeat his performance in Spain here? Will Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel overtake Fernando Alonso at the top of the leaderboard? Can Felipe Massa get in the points again? Can Sergio Perez get back in the points? This is panning out to be a very unpredictable season with many of the underdogs getting podiums and some drivers getting their first ever wins. With Red Bull challenging for the podium, we will be seeing Seb Vettel's finger quite a bit over the course of the season.