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He met his predictions: Max Verstappen stays on pole for the F1 Canadian Grand Prix



Max Verstappen met his expectations in qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix F1 2022. The current Dutch World Champion defeated his rivals in delicate conditions and won the 15th pole in F1.

World Championship leader Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull) will start this Sunday at the Canadian Grand Prix, the ninth F1 World Championship at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. Spain’s Fernando Alonso (Alpine) will accompany the current World Champion in the front row.

On the other hand, the third place in the category also went to Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) in Spain, especially in the rainy sessions in the first and second quarters. Due to delicate conditions and early sanctions by Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), this was an atypical classification.

Verstappen, 24, signed the 16th “Paul” of his F1 career by dominating qualifying. This pole covered the St. Lawrence River at 1: 21: 299 / 9, 645 meters less artificial island truck. Double World Champion Alonso who signed his second contract. And at Sainz 797.

With Carlos Sainz, seven-time British champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) started from the second row and finished fourth in qualifying.

Two Haas from Denmark’s Kevin Magnussen (fifth this Saturday) and Mick Schumacher from Germany will do it from the third row.

Alpine and Alonso’s teammate French Esteban Ocon will start in 7th place on the grid, alongside British George Russell (Mercedes).

Behind them are Australian Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) from the fifth row and Chinese Ganyu Chow (Alfa Romeo) who finished 10th in qualifying.

This Sunday’s race is scheduled for 70 laps, completing the 305.2km route.

Source: Biobiochile

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