F1: Max Verstappen takes pole position ahead of Fernando Alonso in Canadian Grand Prix qualifying, with Pierre Guthrie and Sergio Perez trapped

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World champions surpassed Fernando Alonso (Alpine) and Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) in the complex weather conditions of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Saturday.

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Even in the rain, Max Verstappen dominates the debate. The World Champion set the fastest time in the Canadian Grand Prix qualifying session on Saturday, June 18th. He will start his second pole start of the season on Sunday (8 pm), ahead of the amazing Fernando Alonso (Alpine) and Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) who were invited to the front row 10 years later. Lewis Hamilton finished in 4th place.

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Meanwhile, Dutch teammate Sergio Perez at Red Bull was disappointed to start in 13th place after losing control of the car in the second quarter after replacing rain tires with intermediates. A little comfort of Ferrari and Charles Leclerc. He starts from behind the grid after deciding to change the power unit of his car and the entire turbo.

In the third and final free practice session on Saturday morning, French driver Pierre Guthrie lost in the first quarter and started in 16th place. Two Aston Martins (17th and 18th), Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll, had better hopes due to front braking issues and improper tire changes. First Habs and Esteban Ocon (Alpine) came in 7th place.

Source: Francetvinfo

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