1. For the seventh time in a row, the Canadian GP has seen the winner emerge from the front row of the grid, six of which went to the polesitter.
2. The combination of Max Verstappen (85), Lewis Hamilton (194) and Fernando Alonso (104) make up the most decorated podium finish in F1 with a total of 383 top three finishes.
3. Montreal is the eighth different circuit where Hamilton has scored ten or more podium finishes.
4. Alex Albon’s seventh place was the best result for the Williams team in a complete race since Nicholas Latifi finished seventh at the 2021 Hungarian GP. It was also his best result in
5. Max Verstappen secured his 41st career win, equaling Ayrton Senna’s win tally.
6. Twenty of those wins have come from the pole, bringing his pole-to-win ratio to a staggering 80%.
7. This race marks only the second time this year that both Ferrari cars have finished in the top five together.
8. Alonso has more podiums this year (6) than Mercedes and Ferrari this year (5).
9. It is the first time that Alonso has exceeded 100 points in a season since he left Ferrari
10. By winning all eight races this season, Red Bull matched Mercedes’ best start to the season. Only McLaren has surpassed this with 11 victories since the beginning of 1988.
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