Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix for the fifth time in his career after Nico Rosberg ran him close throughout much of qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton led Nico Rosberg in a Mercedes one-two in qualifying while Sebastian Vettel was a close third for Ferrari.
Final practice for the Canadian Grand Prix was abandoned after Kevin Magnussen crashed at turn seven with a quarter of an hour to go.
Lewis Hamilton didn’t have to stretch himself to set the quickest practice time on Friday in Canada – the Mercedes driver seems to have more in hand.
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Lewis Hamilton continued to set the pace in second practice for the Canadian Grand Prix, but with a reduced margin over Mercedes’ closest rivals.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2016 Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes led the way in the first practice session for the Canadian Grand Prix with almost a second in hand over Ferrari.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2016 Canadian Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen believes he and Ferrari have got on top of the problems which caused him to spin at the same corner for two years in a row in Canada.
Red Bull’s engine upgrade could make them a contender for victory this weekend and Ferrari are also bringing new bits for their motor. Who will lead the charge against Mercedes?
The first two days of track action in Montreal should be dry but that is expected to change on Sunday, giving the possibility of another rain-affected race.
The fast and challenging Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has changed little over the years mainly due to the lack of available space to alter the layout.
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The Haas and Renault team will not take any super-soft tyres to the Canadian Grand Prix, Pirelli has announced.
Pirelli’s new ultra soft tyre will be used for the first time in the Canadian Grand Prix, F1’s official tyre manufacturer has announced.