Charles Leclerc (P3, 15 pts): 7.5/10
It was a relatively quiet weekend for Charles Leclerc. He started off by beating his Ferrari team mate Sebastian Vettel in both of Friday's practice sessions, but then lost ground on Saturday where he admitted that he hadn't kept up with the way that the track changed and evolved as the weekend progressed. There's no shame to qualifying in third place, but given their straight line speed advantage at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Ferrari probably expected him to deliver up his part of a front-row lock-out, and he wasn't up to the task. After nipping at Lewis Hamilton's heels at the start of the race, Leclerc ended up putting in his laps in a rather lonely third place, for all but nine laps during the cycle of pit stops - during which there was a sense that Ferrari kept him out longer than necessary or wise simply because they didn't have a plan for him, all the team's attention by that time being on Vettel.