Congratulations also to Romain Grosjean who had a much better race than qualifying, and took the time to mock himself a little following his clash with a groundhog during free practice.
"It is a shit result for us", he continued. I still believe that we can win.
Despite that, his win saw him move narrowly ahead of Lewis Hamilton in the championship standings and continued the back-and-forth nature of the 2018 season between Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull, which have all won at least two races.
Sebastian Vettel was pretty happy with his effort to take pole in Montreal - a lap record at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. "If that comes together I think we can do quite a big jump and then hopefully the engine and putting it all together will help us to be there tomorrow".
"We came to Montreal expecting to perform strongly and today's result is a further lesson to us that the historic patterns of performance between the teams are not holding true this year", Wolff warned.
Hamilton's fifth place, combined with Vettel's win, means the Ferrari driver now holds a one-point lead in the standings. This is a track where we should have maximised points.
Hamilton stayed fourth ahead of Ricciardo who made quick work of passing Raikkonen before, after only half a lap, a heavy collision between Brendon Hartley's Toro Rosso and local hero Lance Stroll's Williams.
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"Now we are going home with the realisation that Ferrari had the better vehicle".
"We didn't apply the pressure this weekend, but I'm really going to make sure that we come back strong at the next race", Hamilton added.
When asked if Mercedes are confident they can get on top of their problems, Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff said: "I'm the opposite of confident".
"It's not justified to criticise the racing or criticise the race".
Hamilton was hampered in Canada by having to stick with an old engine after the upgraded power unit planned by Mercedes was abandoned at the last minute because of reliability concerns. Doesn't matter where I start on the grid I don't look at any driver and think: "I might lose to that person". "I couldn't get the temperatures down, so I just thought it was going to fail", he said.
"It is definitely more fun when you have more engines".
Hamilton has certainly had a lot to moan about, although he will no doubt turn that frown upside down if he returns to the winner's circle.