F1 NATION: Red Bull take their 100th F1 victory and Verstappen equals Senna – it's our Canadian GP review
Max Verstappen sealed his 41st – and Red Bull’s 100th – victory in Formula 1 this weekend, and shared the podium with the other multi world champions on the grid, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton, in what was an utterly entertaining Canadian GP.
As the teams and the drivers make their way out of Montreal after an eventful three days of action, our F1 Nation crew is here to dissect all the major storylines, and key talking points from the weekend.
Host Tom Clarkson is joined by an esteemed selection of guests, including Red Bull Motorsport Adviser Helmut Marko. Marko reflects on the team’s 100th win in Formula 1, as well as Verstappen 41st – which sees him tie Ayrton Senna on the all-time list of F1 wins.
Also stopping by for a quick chat is Mercedes' Head of Trackside Engineering, Andrew Shovlin. He discusses Lewis Hamilton’s podium outing in Montreal, as well the progress the team have made so far with W14.
Clarkson also catches up with Ferrari Team Principal Fred Vasseur, who reflects on his team’s point-scoring performance in Montreal, as well the Scuderia’s former driver and 1995 Canadian Grand Prix winner, Jean Alesi.
Lastly, Clarkson talks to Valtteri Bottas after his return to the points with Alfa Romeo in Montreal. Plus, listen out for both Oscar Piastri and Yuki Tsunoda stopping by, as they both dissect their point-less weekends in Canada.
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