Live streaming F1: How to watch Canadian Grand Prix

An exciting season in F1 continues on Sunday with the Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, as Max Verstappen starts at the pole before the surprise package of Fernando Alonso.

Verstappen reached a sparkling pole as he dominated the qualifiers in changing conditions to continue his quest for a second world championship, while Alonso will start second for the Alpine – the experienced fighter also goes beyond the time to make his first start. in the front row in over a decade.

Carlos Sainz starts third for Ferrari with Lewis Hamilton being able to race close to the top of the pitch due to bad weather, the seven-time world champion winning fourth for Mercedes.

Verstappen reached the top of the drivers’ standings in Canada after a dream weekend for Red Bull in Azerbaijan last time, where he also saw them increase their lead in the constructors’ championship, which also saw them increase their lead in the constructors’ championship. suffered a double pension.

Hamilton, meanwhile, has been left with severe back pain due to a seal problem with his Mercedes car, but the seven-time world champion has confirmed he is fit to race this weekend.

However, he is still playing with his teammate George Russell, who finished third in Azerbaijan and is in an impressive fourth place in the standings despite the difficulties of Mercedes this season. Here’s everything you need to know:

When is the Canadian Grand Prix?

Sunday 19 June

How can I watch it online and on TV?

The entire program of the games will be broadcast live on Sky Sports F1 while the highlights of Sunday’s match will be available on Channel 4.

If you are not a Sky customer, you can get a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch it without subscription.

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What is the initial grid?

  1. Max Verstappen – Red Bull
  2. Fernando Alonso – Alpine
  3. Carlos Sainz – Ferrari
  4. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
  5. Kevin Magnussen – Haas
  6. Mick Schumacher – Haas
  7. Esteban Ocon – Alpine
  8. George Russell – Mercedes
  9. Daniel Ricciardo – McLaren
  10. Zhou Guanyu – Alfa Romeo
  11. Valtteri Bottas – Alfa Romeo
  12. Alexander Albon – Williams
  13. Sergio Perez – Red Bull
  14. Lando Norris – McLaren
  15. Pierre Gasly – AlphaTauri
  16. Sebastian Vettel – Aston Martin
  17. Lance Stroll – Aston Martin
  18. Nikolaos Latifi – Williams
  19. Charles Leclerc – Ferrari
  20. Yuki Tsunoda – AlphaTauri

Drivers’ championship

Max Verstappen has extended his lead at the top of the drivers’ league and at the moment his closest opponent is his teammate Sergio Perez. That will change, you suspect, if Ferrari is able to address its reliability issues, because clearly Charles Leclerc has the pace in the qualifiers, but with just a few days until the start of the Canadian Grand Prix, Ferrari does not have much time to get their car right.

1. Max Verstappen, Netherlands, Red Bull Racing, 150 points.

2. Sergio Perez, Mexico, Red Bull Racing, 129.

3. Charles Leclerc, Monaco, Ferrari, 116.

4. George Russell, Great Britain, Mercedes, 99.

5. Carlos Sainz Jr, Spain, Ferrari, 83.

6. Lewis Hamilton, Great Britain, Mercedes, 62.

7. Lando Norris, Great Britain, McLaren, 50.

8. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Alfa Romeo Racing, 40.

9. Esteban Ocon, France, Alpine, 31.

10. Pierre Gasly, France, Alphatauri, 16.

11. Fernando Alonso, Spain, Alpine, 16.

12. Kevin Magnussen, Denmark, Haas F1 Team, 15.

13. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, McLaren, 15.

14. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Aston Martin, 13.

15. Yuki Tsunoda, Japan, Alphatauri, 11.

16. Alexander Albon, Thailand, Williams, 3.

17. Lance Stroll, Canada, Aston Martin, 2.

18. Guanyu Zhou, China, Alfa Romeo Racing, 1.

Manufacturers Championship

Red Bull extended its lead over Ferrari with a perfect weekend in Azerbaijan, as Verstappen and Perez scored one-two and Ferrari recorded a double exit. The difference between the two teams is now 80 points, and Red Bull is in a great position to finally win the constructors’ prize after so much Mercedes dominance.

1. Red Bull Racing, 279.

2. Ferrari, 199.

3. Mercedes, 161.

4. McLaren, 65.

5. Alpine, 47.

6. Alfa Romeo Racing, 41.

7. Alphatauri, 27.

8. Haas F1 Group, 15.

9. Aston Martin, 15.

10. Williams, 3.

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