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Ferrari FRONT ROW lockout, Steps 3rd


Miami GP LIVE: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz set up Ferrari FRONT ROW lockout – Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will start on P1 and P2 respectively in what is going to be a Ferrari front-row lockout in the first-ever Miami Grand Prix on Sunday. On the other hand, defending world champion Max Verstappen will start on P3. Follow Miami GP live updates on InsideSport.IN.

Ferrari, who are having a brilliant 2022 season and are currently holding the first position in the constructors’ championship points table, are looking mighty fast here in the United States of America. Current drivers championship leader, Charles Leclerc was the fastest in yesterday’s qualifying session.

Miami GP: Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc takes the pole position, Verstappen down in third and Hamilton settles for a sixth-place finish

Miami GP LIVE: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz set up Ferrari FRONT ROW lockout with Max Verstappen in P3 – Follow Miami GP LIVE Updates

He clocked a lap time of 1:28: 796, while his teammate, Carlos Sainz came second with a lap time of 1:28: 986. It will be really interesting to see whether the Monegasque and the Spanish driver will go elbows out on turn 1 or whether they will play the team game.

Red Bull’s Dutch driver Max Verstappen finished P3 with a lap time of 1:28: 991, but he will be really disappointed with himself as he was on P1 until the last run, where Sainz and Leclerc did brilliantly while he lost control of the car and had to abort the lap.

Miami GP LIVE: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz set up Ferrari FRONT ROW lockout with Max Verstappen in P3 – Follow Miami GP LIVE Updates

His teammate, Mexican driver Sergio Perez will start alongside him on P4, while Alfa Romeo’s Valterri Bottas did a sensational job to get his car to P5. Mercedes’ British driver, seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton will start on P6, with his teammate George Russell on P12.

Where can you watch the Race on TV?

The Race can be viewed on Star Sports.

Where can you watch the Race? – Live Stream

The Race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.

Location – Miami, United States

First Grand Prix – 2022

Number of Laps – 57

Circuit Length – 5,412 km

Race Distance – 308,326 km

Miami GP LIVE: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz set up Ferrari FRONT ROW lockout with Max Verstappen in P3 – Follow Miami GP LIVE Updates

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