Max Verstappen won the Canadian Grand Prix to confirm his lead

Max Verstappen won the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday to strengthen his lead in the Formula 1 standings. The Red Bull driver has already won five races this season. Spain’s Fernando Alonso was second and United Kingdom’s Lewis Hamilton third. AlphaTauri’s Dutch driver Nyck de Vries finished eighteenth.

With Verstappen’s 41st career Grand Prix victory, Limburger equaled Brazilian racing legend Ayrton Senna. It was Red Bull’s 100th Grand Prix win.

Verstappen (25) started first in his RB19, on pole position. From start to finish, the young driver was on top of Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. On the way, Verstappen hit a small bird, but it had no effect on him. Alonso started next to Verstappen.

Verstappen entered the race second in the championship behind his Mexican teammate Sergio Perez. Perez finished sixth. If Verstappen also wins this season, he will be world champion for the third time.

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