Because of the rain, Sunday's qualifying at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve was among the most exciting of the year.
In the wake of Sergio Perez's collision, Max Verstappen inherited the first place from his Red Bull squad. Then, Fernando Alonso put on a spectacular performance, allowing Alpine to move up to second place on the starting line.
Carlos Sainz qualified in third, one spot ahead of Lewis Hamilton, who had his best qualifying performance of the year to move up to fourth.
After receiving a penalty for using a new engine, Charles Leclerc will enter the match from the back of the grid.
Kevin Magnussen finished fifth for Haas in the rainy conditions, one spot ahead of teammate Mick Schumacher, who'll be looking to add to the best qualifying result of his career by scoring his maiden points in Formula One.
The pre-race coverage on Sky Sports F1 will begin at 5:30, while the race itself will begin at 7 p.m. In order to prolong your weekend, I recommend checking out The Chequered Flag & Ted's Notebook.
The metro system in Montreal, known as Metro, is cutting-edge, secure, quick, and easy to use. Gilles Villeneuve Circuit is accessible from the Jean-Drapeau station on the Yellow Line.
The metro station is a five-minute walk from the track, which is located on Ile Notre Dame. If you take the subway, you can reach the heart of the city in around 15 minutes.