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F1 results: Who won the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday

The Canadian Grand Prix is another race within the 2022 F1 season. We break down who wins on Sunday along with their odds heading into the race.

General view of the Senna turn from the stands during the Formula One free practice session at circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Final Update: Max Verstappen has won the Canadian Grand Prix. Carlos Sainz and Lewis Hamilton join him on the podium. George Russell and Charles Leclerc round out the top-five finishers.

Lap 49 Update: Yuki Tsunoda is in the wall in turn 1/2, but is out of the car and is okay. He was coming out of pit road and the car just looked like it stalled right into the wall. Tsunoda is done for the day. There is a full safety car that is going to work out great for Carlos Sainz and the last 20 laps could get very interesting.

Lap 20 Update: Mick Schumacher is off at the same turn Perez went off at and the virtual safety car is back. Schumacher had mechanical problems and the car just quit on him.

Lap 9 Update: Sergio Perez had his transmission lock up and is done for the day. He came off the track and there is a virtual safety car. Number of cars pit as it seems the medium tires are wearing quickly.

Lap 5 Update: Kevin Magnussen is forced to pit from the black and orange flag to repair damage to his car. He was in sixth and now is 20th. Sebastian Vettel and Pierre Gassly also to pit road for early alterations.

F1 is live in Canada this afternoon at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix. Defending series champ Max Verstappen heads into the race with the pole position and looking to extend his points lead after winning last weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix. He has claimed five checkered flags in eight races this season.

Verstappen is the pre-race favorite, installed at -280 odds to win at DraftKings Sportsbook. Carlos Sainz follows at +390 and Fernando Alonso is +1200 while starting in the P2 position. It’s drop from there to Sergio Pérez, Lewis Hamilton, and Charles Leclerc at +2500. Considering Leclerc was bumped to P19 due to penalty, he has a lot of work in front of him to make his way to the front.

The race gets underway at approximately 2 p.m. ET and will air on ESPN. We’ll be providing updates throughout the race and will drop in the winner once the race wraps sometime around 4 p.m.

2022 Canadian Grand Prix starting grid

Pos Driver No.
Pos Driver No.
1 Max Verstappen 1
2 Fernando Alonso 14
3 Carlos Sainz 55
4 Lewis Hamilton 44
5 Kevin Magnussen 20
6 Mick Schumacher 47
7 Estaban Ocon 31
8 George Russell 63
9 Daniel Ricciardo 3
10 Zhou Guanyu 24
11 Valterri Bottas 77
12 Alexander Albon 23
13 Sergio Pérez 11
14 Lando Norris 4
15 Pierre Gasly 10
16 Sebastian Vettel 5
17 Lance Stroll 18
18 Nicholas Latifi 6
19 Charles Leclerc 16
20 Yuki Tsunoda 22