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Verstappen won backwards on the Miami track

AmericaStarting third, after two Ferraris, but defending champion Max Verstappen easily finished first at the new race Grand Prix Miami morning 9/5, Hanoi time.

Completed 57 laps with a time of 1 hour 34 minutes 24,258 seconds, Verstappen won the inaugural race of the Miami track. An important victory helps the Red Bull driver narrow the gap with the first place to 19 points. Two stages ago, Verstappen was 46 points behind Charles Leclerc.





Verstappen took the lead from lap 9 and did not let Leclerc have a chance to get ahead from behind during the last 48 laps on the Miami circuit on the morning of May 9, Hanoi time.  Photo: F1

Verstappen took the lead from lap 9 and did not let Leclerc have a chance to get ahead from behind during the last 48 laps on the Miami circuit on the morning of May 9, Hanoi time. Image: F1

The Dutchman quickly overtook Carlos Sainz at Turn 2 as the race started to get into two, before speeding up again to pursue the lead of the race. Leclerc. By the 9th round, Verstappen handled Ferrari’s No. 1 driver thanks to the outstanding power on the straight road of the RB18.

After that, the Red Bull driver continuously increased the distance up to nearly 10 seconds. Verstappen’s sublimation circuit was only interrupted at the end of the race, when the collision between Lando Norris (McLaren) with Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) caused the safety car to be deployed when the race was only 10 laps. The remaining time was too little for Leclerc’s offensive efforts, as the F1-75 was completely lost in power on a racetrack as fast as Miami.

This is Verstappen’s second win in a row, thereby recording the first time a driver has done so in the 2022 season. Performance in Miami is the impressive return of the Dutch driver. He had very little test time on Friday due to a series of stability issues on the RB18, which prevented Verstappen from competing for the first place.

Verstappen finished first Grand Prix Miami

Main happenings Grand Prix Miami morning 9/5, Hanoi time.

“We’re still having a bit of a problem that needs to be worked out,” Verstappen said after the stage. “Friday this week was terrible despite the car’s very good speed. We need to make sure the car has to be stable to continue the winning momentum.”

Verstappen and Leclerc’s top form is completely far from the two teammates. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz successfully defended third place, although Sergio Perez had the advantage of new tires after Red Bull enlisted the Mexican driver to pit while the safety car was deployed.

At the back, George Russell excelled to finish fifth, ahead of his teammates Lewis Hamilton. Russell fought from 12th place, running on hard tires at the start and actively choosing to enter the pit late. The British driver talked to the home team to stay on the track and hoped for a safe car opportunity, and Russell’s wish came true, helping him continue to be the leader of Mercedes.

Miami Grand Prix results

Rank

on one’s own

Racer

Team

Location

start

Number of tire changes

Fastest personal laptop

Achievements

Point

first

Max Verstappen

Red Bull

3

first

1:31,361

1 hour 34 minutes 24,258 seconds

26

2

Charles Leclerc

Ferrari

first

first

1:31,488

+3,786 seconds

18

3

Carlos Sainz Jnr

Ferrari

2

first

1:31,790

+8.229

15

4

Sergio Perez

Red Bull

4

2

1:31,819

+10.638

twelfth

5

George Russell

Mercedes

twelfth

first

1:32,195

+18,582

ten

6

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes

6

first

1:32,941

+21,368

8

7

Valtteri Bottas

Alfa Romeo

5

first

1:33,184

+25,073

6

8

Esteban Ocon

Alpine

20

first

1:33,163

+28,386

5

9

Alexander Albon

Williams

18

first

1:33.447

+32,365

2

ten

Lance Stroll

Aston Martin

ten

first

1:33,312

+37,026

first

11

Fernando Alonso

Alpine

11

first

1:33,331

+37,128

twelfth

Yuki Tsunoda

AlphaTauri

9

2

1:33,035

+40,146

13

Daniel Ricciardo

McLaren

14

2

1:33.265

+40,902

14

Nicholas Latifi

Williams

19

first

1:34,169

+49,936

15

Mick Schumacher

Haas

15

2

1:32,528

+73,305

16

Kevin Magnussen

Haas

16

3

1:33,511

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17

Sebastian Vettel

Aston Martin

13

2

1:33.479

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18

Pierre Gasly

AlphaTauri

7

3

1:34.487

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19

Lando Norris

McLaren

8

first

1:33.411

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20

Guanyu Zhou

Alfa Romeo

17

first

1:35,731

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+) Fastest-lap: 1 minute 31,361 seconds do Max Verstappen (Red Bull) made in round 54.

Minh Phuong

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