Canada – Saturday: Rain and Exploitation by Alpine-Renault

As expected, the weather was bad this Saturday in Montreal, as part of the Canadian Grand Prix. With the rain present from free practice 3 to qualifying, there were plenty of opportunities to sign the feat. This is the case of the Alpine-Renault, which won a front row.

It is a resounding performance. It is signed by a double World Champion. From Q1 to Q3, the Spaniard was able to express all his talent in conditions where our pilot looked like a fish in water! Fernando Alonso set the second fastest time in each of the three sessions to get to the front row. Quite a feat though we have to be careful with the chances of shining in the race.

“It was amazing!”exclaims Fernando Alonso. “Starting from the front row is a little better than we expected, a much better result than we expected. But let’s face it! Of course, it was a very complicated qualifying session, on a half-dry track with intermediate tires, I think. we benefited from these conditions. “

“I hope to fight for a top 5, but that means beating the Mercedes and other fast cars around us. We have a long race ahead that will be difficult to run, with a tire management of which we have little information in the dry. I’m sure, but we can’t dream too big. “add.

Esteban Ocon should not be left behind with a strong presence between the top 10 and a seventh final time. The French thus confirm that the A522 was satisfied in these precarious conditions.

The start of the Canadian Grand Prix will take place at 8 p.m. With this grid, the excitement can only be strong, especially on a circuit as complicated as Montreal. The show promises to be intense.

pos. Pilot Crew Time Crack Towers
1 F.Alonso Alpine F1 team 1: 33.836 15
2 P. Gasly Scuderia Alpha Tauri 1: 33.889 +0.053 18
3 S. Vettel Aston Martin F1 team 1: 33.891 +0.055 18
4 E.Ocon Alpine F1 team 1: 34.003 +0.167 16
5 D. Ricciardo McLaren 1: 34.110 +0.274 14
6 L.Norris McLaren 1: 34.248 +0.412 13
7 G.Russell mercedes 1: 34.259 +0.423 11
8 S.Pérez Red Bull Racing 1: 34.498 +0,662 10
9 Mr. Verstappen Red Bull Racing 1: 34.616 +0.780 10
10 C. Sainz Scuderia Ferrari 1: 34,778 +0.942 18
11 V. Bottas Alfa Romeo Racing 1: 35.016 +1.180 15
12 G.Zhou Alfa Romeo Racing 1: 35.213 +1,377 15
13 L. Passeig Aston Martin F1 team 1: 35.531 +1,695 23
14 K. Magnussen Haas F1 team 1: 35.643 +1,807 17
15 L.Hamilton mercedes 1: 35.692 +1,856 12
16 A. Albon Williams Racing 1: 35.761 +1,925 17
17 Y.Tsunoda Scuderia Alpha Tauri 1: 36.261 +2,425 27
18 Mr. Schumacher Haas F1 team 1: 37.388 +3,552 18
19 N. Latifi Williams Racing 1: 38.394 +4,558 11
20 C.Leclerc Scuderia Ferrari -: –.— 5

pos. Pilot Crew time Q1 time Q2 time Q3
1 Mr. Verstappen Red Bull Racing 1: 32,219 1: 23.746 1: 21,299
2 F.Alonso Alpine F1 team 1: 32.277 1: 24.848 1: 21.944
3 C. Sainz Scuderia Ferrari 1: 32,781 1: 25.197 1: 22.096
4 L.Hamilton mercedes 1: 33.841 1: 25.543 1: 22.891
5 K. Magnussen Haas F1 team 1: 32.957 1: 26.254 1: 22.960
6 Mr. Schumacher Haas F1 team 1: 33.707 1: 25.684 1: 23.356
7 E.Ocon Alpine F1 team 1: 33.012 1: 26.135 1: 23.529
8 G.Russell mercedes 1: 33.160 1: 24.950 1: 23.557
9 D. Ricciardo McLaren 1: 33.636 1: 26.375 1: 23.749
10 G. Zhou Alfa Romeo Racing 1: 33.692 1: 26.116 1: 24.030
11 V. Bottas Alfa Romeo Racing 1: 33,689 1: 26.788
12 A. Albon Williams Racing 1: 34.047 1: 26.858
13 S.Pérez Red Bull Racing 1: 33,929 1: 33.127
14 L.Norris McLaren 1: 34.066 9: 99.999
15 C.Leclerc Scuderia Ferrari 1: 33.008 9: 99.999
16 P. Gasly Scuderia Alpha Tauri 1: 34.492
17 S. Vettel Aston Martin F1 team 1: 34.512
18 L. Passeig Aston Martin F1 team 1: 35.532
19 N. Latifi Williams Racing 1: 35.660
20 Y.Tsunoda Scuderia Alpha Tauri 1: 36.575

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