A thousand of the same and dramatic Ferrari: – Huge peel

A thousand of the same and dramatic Ferrari: – Huge peel

Neither Red Bull driver Sergio Perez nor Ferrari drivers will be among the top 10 on the grid in Canada on Sunday.

George Russell and Max Verstappen were a thousand times quicker on pole.

But Russell took pole because he set his best time ahead of Verstappen, according to Formula 1 itself. X.

McLaren took third and fourth places with Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri, while Daniel Ricciardo took an impressive fifth. Fernando Alonso finished sixth in qualifying, followed by Lewis Hamilton in seventh.

Both Red Bull driver Sergio Perez and Ferrari drivers had qualifying disasters.

Neither Charles Leclerc nor Carlos Sainz reached the “final” of qualifying. Both were eliminated in the second quarter and will start 11th and 12th on Sunday.

– It's a huge shame that both Ferraris are out in Q2, says Henning Esdal as Viaplay expert.

This is the first time since Belgium in 2021 that neither Ferrari has reached Q3.

Sergio Perez once again made a disastrous qualification by already being eliminated in the first quarter. This is the second time in a row that this has happened. Meanwhile, teammate Max Verstappen was the best ever in Q1. Sergio Perez was almost a second behind the Dutchman.

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– Why on earth do they praise Peres? asks Atle Gullbrandsen on Viaplay stream.

– Red Bull clearly believes they have no better alternative.

Just before the playoffs began, RB announced that Yuki Tsunoda would also lead the team in 2025.

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At the same time, it remains unclear where Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz will end up next season – when Lewis Hamilton takes his place at Ferrari.

It became clear this week that Esteban Ocon will leave the Alps after 2024.

– Why not, answers George Russell when asked in the arena interview if he could keep Max Verstappen behind him in Sunday's race.

This is the second time in his career that he has achieved the best starting position in a Grand Prix.

– This is good after a tough weekend. “I'm not nervous about Sunday,” Verstappen says.

– I have two very good drivers in front of me, so I will see what I can do, says Lando Norris.

There is a high risk of rain during Sunday's race which runs from 20.00 on Viable.

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