After a weekend of chaos in Baku, the drivers will head to Montreal this weekend. Could we see a 4th different winner of the season or will Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc continue to dominate?

Red Bull will be hoping to extend their lead at the top of the Constructors’ Championship while Ferrari look to recover from their no-show in Baku.

The Leaders

Red Bull and Ferrari continue to dominate the Constructors’ standings, while Verstappen opened the gap from Leclerc in the Drivers’ Championship after winning in Baku.

Lewis Hamilton was the last driver to win the Canadian Grand Prix in 2019 due to the cancellation of the race in 2020 and 2021. Despite winning this race a joint-highest seven times, Hamilton’s underwhelming start to the season has him as fifth favourite at 33/1 to win again in Montreal and break Michael Schumacher’s record.

Verstappen is seeking back-to-back Drivers’ Championships and he has gotten off to a great start this season, sitting top of the championship with a 21-point gap to his teammate Sergio Perez in second. Verstappen will be hoping to continue his fine-form and is the 5/6 favourite to come out on top in Montreal.

Perez is hot on his teammate’s tail and will be hoping to add 25 points to his Drivers’ Championship tally with a win this weekend. At 10/3 the Mexican is third favourite to win the Grand Prix to put the pressure on the current championship leader.

Leclerc has been Ferrari’s main driver this season winning two of eight races and currently sits third in the Drivers’ Championship behind the two Red Bulls. After suffering a mechanical failure Leclerc and Ferrari missed out on vital points in Baku. Leclerc will hope to bounce back with a win and the Monacan driver is second favourite to do so at 11/4 to emerge as the race winner.

Carlos Sainz will be looking to support his teammate and earn points to help Ferrari in their challenge for the Constructors’ championship with the Spaniard at 15/8 to finish on the podium and fourth favourite to win the race at 16/1.

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 The rest of the field

George Russell will be hoping to get more points on the board for Mercedes as they continue to work to improve on their poor start to the season. Russell is 3/1 to finish on the podium, with teammate Hamilton 10/3 to make the top three.

McClaren will be looking for Lando Norris to build on his seventh-place finish in Baku as the Brit has only managed one podium this season and his teammate Daniel Ricciardo has racked up a mere 15 points over the season. Norris is the favourite of the two to achieve a podium finish at 8/1 while his Australian teammate is 22/1 to make the top three.

After Pierre Gasly managed a fifth-place finish, Alpha Tauri will want to add to their 27 points this season and climb up the Constructors’ Championship. Gasly will hope to be amongst the points again at 16/1 to achieve a podium finish.

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