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Montreal FP1: Verstappen means business, Sainz closest

Montreal welcomed Formula 1 back at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the first time since 2019, and Max Verstappen was the first driver to get up to speed going fastest in FP1. Verstappen kept his momentum from Baku to go fastest in FP1 in Canada, as Carlos Sainz was second fastest, while Fernando Alonso was a surprise third for Alpine. A lot to look forward to in Canada, after the dramatic events of last week's grand prix in Baku, be it Ferrari's ongoing implosions, or Mercedes' chronic bouncing, and last but not least, which of the drivers will be gracing the Wall of Champions this year. Ferrari head to Montreal trying to find positives within their recent troubles, as Charles Leclerc...
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