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Canadian GP: How the grid lines up

Max Verstappen has gained two places on Sunday's Canadian GP grid after penalties for Carlos Sainz and Kevin Magnussen. McLaren's Sainz drops down from ninth after receiving a three-place grid drop for blocking Alex Albon in Q2, while 10th-placed Kevin Magnussen will start from the pit lane after crashing his Haas car. It means Verstappen, who had qualified only 11th after his Q3 attempts were scuppered by the red flag for Magnussen's accident, moves in to ninth place and the fifth row. Magnussen's relegation to the pit lane for chassis repairs means Sainz only actually loses two places and will start 11th, with Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat promoted to 10th. Small mistake with a big...
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