Max Verstappen secures pole position in Montreal as Fernando Alonso delivers a stunning performance to join him on the front row… while Sergio Perez crashes out in Q2 to hand the initiative to his team-mate in the championship race

Max Verstappen took pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix on a wet afternoon in Montreal. Charles Leclerc will start at the back of the grid for Ferrari after taking a new engine. Sainz ensures that Ferrari will have a car in the top three on the start line tomorrow, while Hamilton takes fourth place. Verstappen has the edge at the moment, but Sainz and Alonso are both not far behind. Perez was the biggest casualty in Q2 as he crashed into the barriers and was unable to continue. Verstappen has just gone comfortably quickest in Q2. His car did not go into the barriers quickly, but Perez’s wing has still been significantly damaged. Verstappen led the way in Q1 in the end, can he do the same again here?. Red Bull have won each of the last five races, with Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez moving into the top two spots in the standings. Charles Leclerc will start from the back of the grid in Sunday’s race after taking a new engine.

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