Verstappen Secures Pole Position for Miami Sprint Race

Verstappen takes Miami sprint race pole

Max Verstappen clinched pole position for the Miami Grand Prix sprint race, setting the pace with a blistering time of one minute, 28.194 seconds around the Miami International Autodrome. Despite facing challenges on the track, including a brief spin in morning practice, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc secured a spot on the front row alongside Verstappen.

Verstappen expressed mixed feelings about his performance, citing difficulties during the session despite a promising practice earlier. Sergio Perez, Verstappen’s teammate, secured the third spot on the grid, while Daniel Ricciardo impressed with his best qualifying effort of the year, starting fourth despite brushing the wall. Red Bull continued their dominance, maintaining their lead in the championship standings.

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Meanwhile, McLaren, aiming to close the gap on Red Bull, faced setbacks with Lando Norris starting from ninth position. Mercedes endured a disappointing qualifying session, with both Lewis Hamilton and George Russell failing to progress beyond Q2, starting 12th and 11th respectively

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