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OFFICIAL GRID – Who starts where for Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix after multiple penalties in Montreal

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MONTREAL, QUEBEC - JUNE 17: Lance Stroll of Canada driving the (18) Aston Martin AMR23 Mercedes on

Qualifying in Canada was a wet and wild affair in which being on track at the right time on the right tyres proved critical. It provided a mixed up grid, with some big names finding themselves shy of the sharp end - while Haas's Nico Hulkenberg had looked set to join polesitter Max Verstappen on the front row.

That was until stewards handed the German a three-place penalty for a red-flag infringement, along with similar drops for impeding for Ferrari's Carlos Sainz, Aston Martin's local boy Lance Stroll, and AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda.

READ MORE: Verstappen charges to pole for Canadian GP as Hulkenberg grabs surprise P2 before being hit with grid drop

It means we now have Fernando Alonso's Aston Martin alongside Verstappen's Red Bull on row one, with the two Mercedes immediately behind. Meanwhile, those out of position further back on the grid include Charles Leclerc in 10th and Sergio Perez in 12th.

Canada 2023

Starting Grid

PositionTeam NameTime
1VER1:25.858
2ALO1:27.286
3HAM1:27.627
4RUS1:27.893
5HUL1:27.102
6OCO1:27.945
7NOR1:28.046
8PIA1:31.349
9ALB--
10LEC1:20.615
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