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Minute's silence ahead of Canadian F1 GP

Press Association logoPress Association 10/06/2017 Philip Duncan

A minute's silence will be held ahead of Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix in tribute to the victims of the London Bridge terror attack.

Eight people including two Australians were killed and dozens more injured.

Canadian Christine Archibald, who hailed from British Colombia, was the first victim to be named and promoters of this weekend's Montreal race called on Formula One to stage a minute's silence in her honour.

The tribute, which will take place ahead of the seventh round of the championship, mirrors the Monaco GP after deaths of 22 people in the Manchester Arena bombing.

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