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Canadian Grand Prix: Starting grid with penalties applied

There was no denying Sebastian Vettel a first pole position of 2019 at the Canadian Grand Prix, but the qualifying result will see some changes when converted into a starting grid in Montreal. Carlos Sainz will serve a grid penalty, while Haas' rebuild of Kevin Magnussen's car is set to necessitate a pit-lane start. Sainz picked up a three-place grid penalty for blocking Alexander Albon in Q1, earning a customary three-place grid drop from ninth. Article continues under video The Spaniard will likely end up seeing the blow softened a little once Magnussen's pit-lane start is confirmed, as it will regain him a place on the grid. Magnussen crashed at the end of Q2, wrecking his Haas after...
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