The Top 10 qualifications for this Miami GP: Leclerc (1st)Sainz (2nd)Verstappen (3rd)Perez (4th), Boots (5th), hamilton (6th), Gasly (7th), Norris (8th), Tsunoda (9th) and Stroll (10th).

Charles Leclerc offers Scuderia Ferrari pole for the 1st Miami Grand Prix! The Monegasque indeed signed this Saturday evening – it was 11 p.m. in France, the shift obliges – the best time during the sessions of the qualifying session in Miami, where he precedes with 1’28″796 his Spanish teammate Carlos Sainz Jr, second in 0.190 in 1’28″986 and with whom he will share the 1st line this Sunday.

On the second row, we will find the two Red Bull drivers, the Dutchman Max Verstappen and his teammate the Mexican Sergio Pérez, respectively at 0.195 and 0.240 credited them with 1’28″991 and 1’29″036

On the third row, the two former partners will meet until 2021, within the Mercedes team, on the one hand the Finn Valterri Bottas, now driver of the Sauber-Alfa Roméo team and the Briton, Sir Lewis Hamilton , five and six, with 1’29″475 and 1’29″625to 0.679 and 0.829

Then, we point to completing the Top 10, the Alpha Tauri of Frenchman Pierre Gasly at 0.894the McLaren of Englishman Lando Norris at 0.954the second Alpha Tauri of the Japanese Tsunoda in 1.136 and finally the Aston Martin of Canadian Lance Stroll, tenth in 1,880

Performing well on Friday at the wheel of the second Mercedes single-seater during free practice 2 session where he had won the best time, the young Briton George Russell, however, did not manage to qualify for Q3 and he will therefore start from sixth line, in twelfth place, alongside the Alpine of the Spaniard Fernando Alonso, eleventh him.

Frenchman Esteban Ocon, who drives the other Alpine, violently left the track during the last practice session disputed earlier this Saturday in the day, could not participate in qualifying.

Its chassis being too damaged in the impact with the safety barriers, could not be replaced in time. Fortunately, he emerged unscathed from the accident, the Norman is physically well and will participate in the race on Sunday, reassured his team. Ocon will therefore start last.

Reminder of the Top 10 in the provisional general classification of the 2022 F1 World Championship:

1.Leclerc: 86 dots – 2. Verstappen: 59 – 3.Pérez: 54 – 4.Russell: 49 – 5.Sainz Jr: 38 – 6.Norris: 35 – 7. Hamilton: 28 – 8. Boots: 24 – 9.Ocon: 20

John Rowberg

Photos: F1 TEAMS


1 – Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) – 1’28″796Q3

2 – Carlos Sainz Jr (Ferrari) – 1’28″986Q3

3 – Max Verstappen (Red Bull-Honda) – 1’28″991Q3

4 – Sergio Perez (Red Bull-Honda) – 1’29″036 Q3

5 – Valtteri Bottas (Sauber Alfa Romeo-Ferrari) – 1’29″475Q3

6 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – 1’29″625Q3

7 – Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri-Honda) – 1’29″690Q3

8 – Lando Norris (McLaren-Mercedes) – 1’29″750Q3

9 – Yuki Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri-Honda) – 1’29″932Q3

10 – Lance Stroll (Aston Martin-Mercedes) – 1’30″676Q3

11 – Fernando Alonso (Alpine-Renault) – 1’30″160 – Q2

12 – George Russell (Mercedes) – 1’30″173 Q2

13 – Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin-Mercedes) – 1’30″214 Q2

14 – Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren-Mercedes) – 1’30″423 Q2

15 – Mick Schumacher (Haas-Ferrari) – 1’30″423 Q2

16 – Kevin Magnussen (Haas-Ferrari) – 1’30″975Q1

17 – Guan Yu Zhou (Sauber Alfa Romeo-Ferrari) – 1’31″020Q1

18 – Alexander Albon (Williams-Mercedes) – 1’31″266 Q1

19 – Nicholas Latifi (Williams-Mercedes) – 1’31″325Q1

20 – Esteban Ocon (Alpine-Renault) – no time

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