Formula 1

Pirelli Canadian Grand Prix

Verstappen secures RB's 100th win in Canada

Max Verstappen took his sixth victory of the season at the Canadian Grand Prix and the 41st of his career, drawing level with Ayrton Senna's win record in Formula One's history books.

Race Positions
1
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen
Red Bull
1:33:58.348
Laps: 70
Pits: 2
2
Spain
Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso
Aston Martin
+9.570
Laps: 70
Pits: 2
3
Britain
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
+14.168
Laps: 70
Pits: 2
4
Monaco
Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
+18.648
Laps: 70
Pits: 1
5
Spain
Carlos Sainz
Carlos Sainz
Ferrari
+21.540
Laps: 70
Pits: 1
6
Mexico
Sergio Pérez
Sergio Pérez
Red Bull
+51.028
Laps: 70
Pits: 2
Circuit Information
Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Circuit Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Location MONTREAL, Canada Circuit Type Road
Circuit Length 4.361 km Circuit Distance 305.27 km
No. of Laps 68 No. of Turns 14
Lap Record: 1:13.622 Rubens Barrichello (2004)
Sessions
FP1
Finland
Valtteri Bottas
1:18.728

Jun 16, 2023

Finished

FP2
Britain
Lewis Hamilton
1:13.718

Jun 16, 2023

Finished

FP3
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:23.106

Jun 17, 2023

Finished

Qual
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:25.858

Jun 17, 2023

Finished

Race
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:33:58.348

Jun 18, 2023

Finished

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