Canadian Grand Prix 2013 through the lens
Sebastian Vettel was grinning with pleasure in the sunshine on Sunday after claiming the 29th victory of his record-breaking career with Red Bull's first win at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Not even a chorus of boos from Ferrari fans in the crowd during the post-race podium ceremonies could dampen his good humour after he opened up a 36-points lead in the drivers world championship.
Starting from his third consecutive pole position at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the defending triple world champion came home in unchallenged fashion at the end of a serene showing of dominant driving from the front.
It was the 25-year-old German's third win this season and came in a time of one hour, 32 minutes and 9.143 seconds. He finished a luxurious 16.200 seconds clear of second-placed Fernando Alonso of Ferrari who fought from sixth on the grid to finish on the podium.
British driver Lewis Hamilton was third for Mercedes after racing at the front and leading for three laps. It was his third podium finish of the year in seven races with his new team.
Watch the action unfold in images here: