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Max Verstappen: Red Bull driver raced in Montreal without family & manager present

Max Verstappen sits sixth in the drivers' championship following his third place in Montreal



Max Verstappen's third place for Red Bull in the Canadian Grand Prix came after he attended a race without a support group for the first time.

The Dutchman, who had been involved in crashes or incidents in the first six races, took his second podium this season in Montreal.

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Canadian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel wins to take lead in title race



Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel dominated the Canadian Grand Prix to retake the championship lead as Lewis Hamilton could finish only fifth for Mercedes.

Vettel converted pole position into a lead at the first corner and was never headed as he kept Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas at arm's length throughout the race.

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Max Verstappen: Red Bull driver says he 'might headbutt someone'

Max Verstappen crashed in the third practice session in Monaco and did not take part in qualifying. He started the race 20th and finished ninth

 

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen says he "might headbutt someone" if he continues to be asked about his series of crashes and mistakes.

The 20-year-old Dutchman has crashed or made significant mistakes at all seven races so far this season.

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Canadian Grand Prix: Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo escapes grid penalty

Daniel Ricciardo dived into a swimming pool after winning the Monaco Grand Prix last month, his second win of 2018



Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo has escaped a grid penalty at this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.

Chief technical officer Adrian Newey said on Monday that Ricciardo would "definitely" have a penalty after an engine part failed in his Monaco win.

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Canadian Grand Prix: Mercedes delay new engine over 'quality issues'

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton leads Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel by 14 points heading into the weekend's race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve




Reliability concerns have forced Mercedes to delay using a new engine that had been planned for this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.

The world champions said "quality issues" meant their second-generation 2018 power-unit would be used at the subsequent race in France instead.

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