Max Verstappen was the man to beat to beat in Montreal, as the championship leader braved the tricky wet conditions at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve to produce a dominant performance in qualifying, and seal his first pole position since Imola.

    Verstappen produced a stunning last lap of 1m 21.299s on the intermediate tyre, to lead his nearest rival Fernando Alonso, in second, by 0.645s. Carlos Sainz, in third, finished 0.797s behind Verstappen.

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    Click on the video player above to ride onboard with Verstappen on his way to his first pole position in Montreal.