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The first race in Canada since 2019 has been set-up beautifully by a dramatic qualifying session, and there are plenty of drivers out of position, so let’s take a look at the different strategic options available to the teams on race day in Montreal.


What’s the quickest strategy?


As usual, the teams want to limit the number of pit stops they make, and in Canada the one-stop strategy is possible – but from two different routes.


The 2022 Canadian Grand Prix thrusts us into the F1 mid-season. Today's FP3 session was a decidedly moist affair, and Alpine's Alonso showed his experience in the inclement conditions by posting the fastest lap. Followed by Gasly, Vettel and Ocon, it looks like we could be in with some surprises come qualifying – and we're certainly not averse to a shake-up. Here's our full guide on how to watch a Canadian Grand Prix live stream online from anywhere.


But, despite a back-breaking stint at Baku, Mercedes shouldn't be written off yet. While Sir Lewis hasn't been able to convincingly wrangle this season's machine, supposed #2 Russell has been the only driver to finish every race this season within the top five. A couple of lucky breaks, and we could see him topping a podium.


Do not expect Alonso to play it safe from the start today, which makes for a fascinating prospect when lights go out: “The goal is to lead the race in lap one. Turn One, maximum attack. And then after that, they can go and they can fight - but it will be nice, sweet to lead the race.” While Verstappen added: “Fernando is getting a little bit old, but he’s still very fast,” Verstappen said. “So I know he starts very well, you know, so I have to be ready. To be on the front row together with Fernando; I used to look at F1 as a little kid, seeing Fernando being up there and winning his races and championships and putting it on pole. So to be sharing the front row is a nice thing.” Follow all the latest updates as we build towards this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix:


The former Île Notre-Dame Circuit has produced several first-time winners, unforgettable moments of drama such as Nigel Mansell's infamous final-lap retirement that gave Nelson Piquet victory in 1991, and controversies aplenty - not least during F1's previous visit in 2019 when on-the-road winner Sebastian Vettel was demoted to second by a post-race penalty.


The most likely choice for those at the front is to start the race on the medium tyre, as it has good life but doesn’t give up too much in performance terms on the opening lap. By running a first stint of between 22 and 28 laps – and ideally looking for a pit window to come back out in clear air – then switching to the hard compound would allow a relatively comfortable run to the end of the race.



Red Bull seems to have remedied the reliability issues that troubled it early in the season – and the breakdown baton has been firmly passed to Ferrari. With Verstappen and Perez sitting pretty at the top of the standings, a healthy chunk of points separates Leclerc and George Russell from the leaders.



But, despite a back-breaking stint at Baku, Mercedes shouldn't be written off yet. While Sir Lewis hasn't been able to convincingly wrangle this season's machine, supposed #2 Russell has been the only driver to finish every race this season within the top five. A couple of lucky breaks, and we could see him topping a podium.



Max Verstappen stormed to a scintillating pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix as he dominated in changeable conditions to continue his quest for a second world championship.



The Red Bull driver was untouchable in the rain as mistakes and mechanical issues rained on the parade of his closest challengers.fcbdsgrdhdfh

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