F1. The official starting grid for the Miami Grand Prix

F1. The official starting grid for the Miami Grand Prix
F1. The official starting grid for the Miami Grand Prix

Max Verstappen in front of everyone, as usual, for the sixth time this season in as many rounds contested. For this Miami Grand Prix, this Sunday May 5 (10 p.m.), the Red Bull driver is ahead of the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc (2e) and Carlos Sainz (3e).

Alpine’s first points?

The race will be important for Alpine, which has never placed a car so close to the points, that of Pierre Gasly (12e). Esteban Ocon (13e) is just behind to ensure the success and bring back the first long-awaited points for the French team this season…

But among those trapped earlier in qualifying, there were some good people, like Daniel Ricciardo (Racing Bulls), only 18e on this starting grid but author of a 4e place on the sprint format… The top speed of Alexander Albon (Williams, 14e) on this Miami circuit also allows him to aim for a return to the points. Find the complete starting grid.

The starting grid for the Miami GP

First line

1. Max Verstappen (PB / Red Bull)

2. Charles Leclerc (MON / Ferrari)

Second line

3. Carlos Sainz (ESP / Ferrari)

4. Sergio Pérez (MEX / Red Bull)

Third line

5. Lando Norris (GB / McLaren)

6. Oscar Piastri (AUS / McLaren)

Fourth line

7. George Russell (GB / Mercedes)

8. Lewis Hamilton (GB / Mercedes)

Fifth line

9. Nico Hülkenberg (GER / Haas)

10. Yuki Tsunoda (JAP / Racing Bulls)

Sixth line

11. Lance Stroll (CAN / Aston Martin)

12. Pierre Gasly (FRA / Alpine)

Seventh line

13. Esteban Ocon (FRA / Alpine)

14. Alex Albon (THA / Williams)

Eighth line

15. Fernando Alonso (ESP / Aston Martin)

16. Valtteri Bottas (FIN / Stake F1)

Ninth line

17. Logan Sargeant (USA / Williams)

18. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS / Racing Bulls)

Last line

19. Kevin Magnussen (DAN / Haas)

20. Guanyu Zhou (CHI / Stake F1)

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