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Verstappen and Hamilton side by side during press conference in Canada

Prior to the Grand Prix weekend in Canada, the drivers and team bosses "get in on the action" at the press conference. Max Verstappen takes a seat next to his 2021 rival in the process. Article continues under ad Excitement in Canada On Friday morning (local time) the press conference is held for the drivers. This was previously always on Thursday, but in an attempt to make the weekend shorter F1 has moved this press moment to Friday in 2022. The twenty drivers are divided into four groups of five and the first group starts at 3:30pm UK time. In that first group, Charles Leclerc is the biggest name. He again did not see the end of the race in Azerbaijan when his engine failed....
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