on the asphalt Miami International Speedwaythe dutch max verstappen (Red Bull) gave their opponents no choice, having dominated in all three qualifying rounds. However, Leclerc’s mishap caused a red flag and the race was no longer resumed, leaving Pérez’s record as the fastest.
His best lap in 1:26.841 served ‘Checo’ to lead that final and eventful Q3; Alonso stayed 0.361 from first place and Sainz 0.508, followed by Danish Kevin Magnussen (Haas) in fourth place and Frenchman Pierre Gasly (Alpine) in fifth. Verstappen himself will start on the Sunday grid from ninth place.
Before that red flag in Q3, the surprise had been in the Elimination of the British Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) during Q2, according to its thirteenth position. Alexander Albon (Williams), Nico Hulkenberg (Haas), Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo) and Nyck de Vries (AlphaTauri) were the other drivers cut in that second stint.
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In Q1, Lando Norris (McLaren), Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri), Oscar Piastri (McLaren) and Logan Sargeant (Wlliams) along with Lance Stroll had been eliminated, showing the bitter face of Aston Martin. However, Alonso then made his team smile.
With the grid already perfectly ordered, this Sunday from 9:30 p.m., the drivers will once again give their best to fight for victory in Miami.
Where to see the classification of the Miami GP
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Schedule of the F1 Miami GP race
Sunday May 7
Race: 9:30 p.m. (CET).