Due to a Ferrari decision, Leclerc will start last in the Canadian GP

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The team decided to work on the engine and get the sporting sanction before qualifying.

Water is a key factor on Formula 1's Saturday (USA TODAY Sports)
Water is a key factor on Formula 1’s Saturday (USA TODAY Sports)

charles leclerc will start on sunday Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix after the last place ferrari On Saturday he decided to replace the engine parts above the maximum allowed per season. The driver had already been penalized for a 10-row loss on the grid in Montreal on Saturday, due to the replacement of the engine’s electronic control unit.

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Monegasque is third in its class. world behind the pilots Red Bull, Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez , started the last four races on pole without a win. He’ll be in the back row next to Alpha Tauri’s Yuki Tsunoda on Sunday.

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On your own behalf Fernando Alonso (Alpine ), double world champion formula 1 Set the fastest time this Saturday in the third and final free practice. Canadian Grand Prix á is the ninth edition of the World Cup played in the wet at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit in Montreal.

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On his best lap, the Spaniard finished 4,361 meters of the wet track on the middle tire in 1’33” and 836k, 53 behind France’s Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) and 55 ahead of four-time world champion German Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin). The qualifying session, which will determine the starting line-up for this Sunday’s race, is currently underway.

Charles Leclerc will finally start on Sunday (Reuters)
Charles Leclerc will finally start on Sunday (Reuters)

Major championship positions:

1- M. Verstappen (Red Bull) 150 points

2- Sergio Perez (Red Bull) 129 points

3- Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 116 points

4 – George Russell (Mercedes) 99 points

5- Carlos Sainz Jr. (Ferrari) 83 points

6- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 62 points

The Formula 1 schedule will continue as follows:

British GP (July 1-3)

Austrian GP (8-10 July)

French GP (22-24 July)

Hungarian GP (29-31 July)

Belgian GP (26-28 August)

Dutch GP (2-4 September)

Italian GP (9-11 September)

Russian GP (23-25 ​​September)

Singapore GP (30 September – 2 October)

Japanese GP (7-9 October)

United States GP (Austin) (October 21-23)

Mexican GP (28-30 October)

Brazilian GP (11-13 November)

Abu Dhabi GP (18-20 November)

with information from agencies.

Source: Info Bae

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