F1: Max Verstappen achieves pole position for the Candá Grand Prix | Video


Max Verstappen (Red Bull) got her second pole position of the season by maintaining the dominance shown in the practices of the Canadian Grand Prix; while, Sergio Perez had a bad day and was eliminated in Q2, after hitting the wall, will come out in 13th place.

The surprise of the classification, gone through water in the Montreal Circuit Gilles Villenueve, it was spanish Fernando Alonso (Alpine), who will start in second position this Sunday; while the also Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) He will start in third place.

Perez Mendoza not having his best weekend so far, after finishing fourth, eleventh and eighth in free practicea trend that did not improve in qualifying for the ninth race of the 2022 season.

The driver from Guadalajara was barely able to advance to Q2, where he had an incident hit the wall and not being able to get his RB18 out of said collision with what was out of competition. It will come out in position 13

Verstappen knew how to adapt to the wet track; In addition, to withstand the continuous attacks of George Russell, Lewis Hamilton, Carlos Sainz, Fernando Alonso, and even, of the men of HAAS, Kevin Magnussen and Mick Schumacher.

During the three parts of qualifying, “Mad Max” lowered the time of its rivals up to timing 1,21,299 minutes with which he stayed with the pole of the day.

While, the asturian pilot he had had good practices to the degree of leading the third of them. The two-time world champion he snatched the front row from his compatriot Carlos Sainz, thanks to a time of 1.21.944 (by 1.22.096 of the Ferrari man).

Finally, the other surprise of the day would come only in Q1, which saw Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) and Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri), pilots who had been in the first three places of the practice previous to the qualy.

(With information from clear brand)

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