With a dominant performance in Montreal, Verstappen earned his sixth victory in as many races (and fourth consecutive victory), solidifying his position as an almost limitless force in Formula 1.
Lewis Hamilton wanted to compete against Fernando Alonso in the race on Sunday, and he succeeded in doing so by overtaking him on the start and getting into second for few laps.
The other Mercedes had a less than ideal day as George Russell crashed into the wall while trying to overtake Alonso for the last podium slot. Even though the team managed to get him out again, a brake problem caused him to quit.
While Verstappen was able to escape Alonso's grasp, this was the closest Alonso has been so far to challenge his fellow double world champion. Alonso was miffed to have lost a position to Hamilton at the start, but he had the speed to reclaim it.
Two of McLaren's cars were in the top eight at the start of the Canadian Grand Prix, but the team finished without any points when Lando Norris received a time penalty for acting in an unsportsmanlike manner.
Valtteri Bottas has had a difficult run of races, but he returned to within the top 10 for the very first time after the Bahrain Grand Prix.
AlphaTauri had a tough Sunday after losing both cars in Q1. Yuki Tsunoda started well but suffered.
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