Sebastian Vettel put his Ferrari on pole position in Canada but a mistake left team mate Kimi Raikkonen fifth. Valtteri Bottas joins Vettel on the front row.
Sebastian Vettel has taken pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen. Here’s the final starting grid.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix.
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A Red Bull driver headed all three practice sessions for the second race weekend in a row, but in Canada it was Max Verstappen instead of Daniel Ricciardo.
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Brendon Hartley says Honda have made clear progress with their new power unit but admitted it’s hard to feel the difference compared to the last race.
Red Bull led the times on Friday but Mercedes should make a leap forward when they put the hyper-softs on – and Ferrari will be quick too.
Red Bull have replaced a part on Daniel Ricciardo’s MGU-K but will not incur a penalty for doing so.
Romain Grosjean expects to use the last remaining example of Haas’s new front wing design after breaking one when he hit a marmot during practice today.
Kimi Raikkonen says he is “happier” with the balance of his Ferrari after ending practice in second place behind Max Verstappen.
Williams had serious problems with its performance on the softer tyre compounds in second practice according to Sergey Sirotkin.
Daniel Ricciardo says Mercedes are the “favourites” for the Canadian Grand Prix despite Red Bull lapping quicker than them on Friday.
Lewis Hamilton says he would have liked the chance to test the hyper-soft tyres on Friday after the problems Mercedes encountered with them in Monaco.
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams says her team will not “write off” its 2018 Formula 1 campaign despite its poor start to the season.
Max Verstappen delivered the best possible riposte to recent questions over his driving by heading both practice sessions for the Canadian Grand Prix on Friday.
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Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen led the first practice session for the Canadian Grand Prix before encountering a suspension problem on his Red Bull.
Both Ferraris, all six Renault-engined cars and the two Honda-powered drivers have taken new power unit components for this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix.