It's Red Bull's day as Max Verstappen wins the inaugural Miami Grand Prix. A brilliant victory for the Dutchman from third on the grid. He beats championship rival Leclerc, with Sainz holding on to third under huge pressure from Perez behind.
1.) Verstappen
2.) Leclerc
3.) Sainz
4.) Perez
5.) Russell
6.) Hamilton
7.) Bottas
8.) Alonso
9.) Ocon
10.) Albon

A few more hours until start of first time ever Formula1 Grandprix in Miami.
We are into the Formula 1 circus for the sport and not mind a bit of marketing.
Whats going on in the USA in such events? It's a marketing orgy....:(
To bad our sport has taken such a commercial turn.
Saudi (missile strike a few km to track) was as well a good example on how is sucking up to the money!!
Lets get back to the sport of racing cars and not run a marketing-series with some racing included.

George Russell was fastest in FP2 Friday practice at the Miami Grand Prix in Mercedes' most competitive showing by far this season.

Russell was 0.106 seconds quicker than Ferrari's title leader Charles Leclerc, whose rival Max Verstappen suffered reliability problems for Red Bull.

Verstappen failed to set a time while team-mate Sergio Perez was third, ahead of Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes.

Fernando Alonso was fifth fastest for Alpine, from McLaren's Lando Norris.

Max Verstappen wins the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix!
Sergio Perez crosses the line in second to make it a Red Bull one-two while Lando Norris takes third place!
George Russell holds off Valtteri Bottas to finish a brilliant fourth while Charles Leclerc recovers to sixth.
In the points - Top 10
1) Verstappen
2) Perez
3) Norris
4) Russell
5) Bottas
6) Leclerc
7) Tsunoda
8) Vettel
9) Magnussen
10) Stroll
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Max Verstappen wins the sprint race at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix! Another brilliant battle between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.
And with this victory Max Verstappen will start on pole position for tomorrow's grand prix.
Charles Leclerc finishes second while Sergio Perez is third.
Behind the top two teams, McLaren were third on the road.
Sprint race top 10:
1) Verstappen
2) Leclerc
3) Perez
4) Sainz
5) Norris
6) Ricciardo
7) Bottas
8) Magnussen
9) Alonso
10) Schumacher

Max Verstappen secures pole position and will start in P1 in tomorrow's sprint for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
The Kevin Magnussen back into F1 fairytale continues to deliver as by finishing fourth he has secured Haas' best-ever qualifying result.
Qualifying top 10
1) Verstappen
2) Leclerc
3) Norris
4) Magnussen
5) Alonso
6) Ricciardo
7) Perez
8) Bottas
9) Vettel
10) Sainz
Video: Relive all the highlights from our qualifying session at the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
youtu.be/pkMWBojbsrQ

Max Verstappen secures pole position and will start in P1 in tomorrow's sprint for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
There were five red flags in a rain-affected session and Verstappen ended up 0.8 seconds quicker than Leclerc.
Qualifying top 10

1) Verstappen
2) Leclerc
3) Norris
4) Magnussen
5) Alonso
6) Ricciardo
7) Perez
8) Bottas
9) Vettel
10) Sainz

Charles Leclerc finishes fastest in the first part of qualifying for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
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Charles Leclerc victorious at Australian Grand Prix. A dominant racewin for Charles Leclerc and Ferrari! It's his second win of the season and sees him open up a big championship lead.
1) Leclerc (fastest lap)
2) Perez
3) Russell
4) Hamilton
5) Norris
6) Ricciardo
7) Ocon
8) Bottas
9) Gasly
10) Albon
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Charles Leclerc on pole for the 2022 Australian Grand Prix after a dramatic qualifying session which also saw strong performances from Lando Norris and Red Bull's Sergio Perez.
1) Leclerc
2) Verstappen
3) Perez
4) Norris
5) Hamilton
6) Russell
7) Ricciardo
8) Ocon
9) Sainz
10) Alonso
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The teams and drivers had one more hour on track during FP3 before qualifying gets under way.
The top 10
1) Norris (McLaren) 1:19.117
2) Leclerc (Ferrari) +0.132
3) Perez (Red Bull) +0.148
4) Alonso (Alpine) +0.158
5) Sainz (Ferrari) +0.302
6) Ricciardo (McLaren) +0.576
7) Verstappen (Red Bull) +0.692
8) Hamilton (Mercedes) +0.779
9) Bottas (Alfa Romeo) +0.891
10) Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri) +0.954
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Charles Leclerc finishes FP2 with the quickest time. Max Verstappen is second and Carlos Sainz third.
1) Leclerc (Ferrari) 1:18.978
2) Verstappen (Red Bull) +0.245
3) Sainz (Ferrari) +0.398
4) Alonso (Alpine) +0.559
5) Perez (Red Bull) +0.680
6) Ocon (Alpine) +0.864
7) Bottas (Alfa Romeo) +1.077
8) Norris (McLaren) +1.122
9) Gasly (Alpha Tauri) +1.164
10) Ricciardo (McLaren) +1.225
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First practice session for the Formula 1 GP in Melbourne.
Carlos Sainz ends it quickest, followed by his Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc. The Red Bulls of Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen are third and fourth respectively.
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Max Verstappen holds off Charles Leclerc and wins the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix!
What a brilliant battle between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc!
1) Verstappen
2) Leclerc
3) Sainz
4) Perez
5) Russell
6) Ocon
7) Norris
8) Gasly
9) Magnussen
10) Hamilton

Sergio Perez is flying! He's fastest of all through the middle sector and... goes quickest of all with 1:28.200!
Red Bull's Sergio Perez beat Ferrari's Charles Leclerc to take his first Formula 1 pole position at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
The Mexican was 0.261 seconds quicker than world champion team-mate Max Verstappen, who was down in fourth.

Having traded times throughout practice, Leclerc and Red Bull rival Max Verstappen went head-to-head for top spot in qualifying, with the Monegasque coming out on top.
Surprise of the day? probably Kevin Magnussen and Haas.
1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
3. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)
4. Sergio Perez (Red Bull)
5. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
6. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo)
7. Kevin Magnussen (Haas)

Sebastian Vettel has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not therefore be taking part in the 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Germany's Nico Hulkenberg will replace compatriot Sebastian Vettel in Formula One's Bahrain season-opener.

The cars are completely different in 2022... but why? Join Sam Collins as he walks us around the reasoning behind the new generation of F1 cars!
youtu.be/iMsHZz0hbKM

Jolyon Palmer presents his biggest takeaways from our 2022 Pre-Season test in Bahrain!
youtu.be/2aj07G7fvDU

There is going to so much acrimony about the end. Wow! The racing Gods have shined down upon Red Bull.
Fireworks explode around the circuit as Max Verstappen screams through the radio.
There's cheers and raw joy in the Red Bull garage. Brilliant scenes.
In the Mercedes, there's silence and disbelief.
One of the best Formula 1 seasons has just had one of the most incredible, controversial title deciders.

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