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Ferrari must stop Red Bull rampage in Montreal

Formula 1 returns to Montreal, for the Canadian Grand Prix weekend, for the first time since 2019 with Red Bull on the rampage while chief rivals Ferrari must deliver a big response to the reliability problems that have hammered their title hopes. No team has won as many times in Montreal as the Scuderia, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve named after Canada's and Maranello's greatest heroes, but the season that began so brightly is fast turning sour. Charles Leclerc has taken six poles in eight races, including the last four, but has retired in two of the last three with engine problems and now lags Red Bull's Max Verstappen by 34 points after earlier leading by 46. After finishing one-two...
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