++[OFFICIAL@STREAM#!] Canadian Grand Prix Live Broadcast Free ON 19 June 2023
22 sec ago A crazy qualifying session made for a jumbled grid for the Canadian Grand Prix, including Nico Hulkenberg grabbing a shock front row for Haas - although not for long.
As the rain came and went during a mad session at the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit, there were plenty of other shocks and surprises including Sergio Perez for Red Bull missing out on Q3 for the second race running while his team-mate Max Verstappen grabbed pole position.
There was more chaos too down at Ferrari where a dispute between Charles Leclerc and his team over tyre choice also led to the Monegasque star missing out on the pole position shoot out.
The drama didn't finish during the session though as there were plenty of incidents for the stewards to get through after.
Hulkenberg was deducted three places for going too slowly under red flags leading to him losing his front row slot and starting in fifth.
That promoted Fernando Alonso for Aston Martin up to the front row for the second year in succession in Montreal, where he will start alongside Verstappen.
It also meant a Mercedes lockout on the second row led by Lewis Hamilton, with the seven-time champion and George Russell now hoping for a better chance to attack for a race win.
Elsewhere there were also three-place penalties handed out to Carlos Sainz, Yuki Tsunoda and Lance Stroll for impeding other drivers, and that allowed Sainz's Ferrari team-mate Leclerc to creep back into the top 10.
What’s the weather forecast for the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix?
Formula 1 heads to North America for the Canadian Grand Prix at the famous Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. But what weather conditions can the teams and their drivers expect to be greeted by this weekend?
Max Verstappen comes into this weekend having won three races on the bounce, and he currently sits at the top of the drivers’ championship with 170 points – 53 points ahead of his nearest rival and team mate Sergio Perez.
2023 Canadian Grand Prix weekend weather forecast
FRIDAY, JUNE 16 – FP1 AND FP2
Conditions: Expected to be a dry morning but expect an unsettled afternoon with rain highly likely to fall in FP2. FP1: 22°C // FP2: 20°C
Maximum temperature expected: 22 Celsius
Minimum temperature expected: 14 Celsius
Chance of rain: 60%
2023 F1 Canadian Grand Prix session timings and preview
Formula 1 travels to Montreal this weekend for the sixth round of the new season. Here's how you can watch the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix.