Max Verstappen topped a wet final practice session for the Canadian Grand Prix, with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc second and Carlos Sainz crashing out.
The session was held in wet conditions, with the track gradually drying out as the session progressed. Verstappen set his fastest time on the intermediate tires, while Leclerc was on the slicks.
Sainz crashed out at Turn 1, damaging his front wing. He was able to continue, but he finished the session in 14th place.
McLaren's Lando Norris was third, ahead of Mercedes' George Russell and Alpine's Esteban Ocon.
- Verstappen topped a wet FP3 for the Canadian Grand Prix.
- Leclerc was second, while Sainz crashed out.
- Norris was third, ahead of Russell and Ocon.
Verstappen will be looking to build on his FP3 performance in qualifying and the race on Sunday. Leclerc will be hoping to bounce back from his crash, while Sainz will be looking to recover from his disappointing session.
- F1 Canadian GP
- wet weather
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