1 Miami Grand Prix – LIVE!
Charles Leclerc wants to reassert his authority in the 2022 Formula One world title race with victory in the inaugural F1 race in Miami today.
Saturday’s qualifying saw the championship leader put his Ferrari on pole position with a fantastic lap, nearly matched by team-mate Carlos Sainz to score a 1-2 for the Scuderia.
Third was Max Verstappen, victorious a fortnight ago in Emilia Romagna, where Leclerc spun late but made a mistake starting his final qualifying lap yesterday.
F1 has delivered four memorable races so far, and Red Bull’s unreliability has hit defending champion Verstappen with two retirements already.
But his struggles have been nothing compared to those of Lewis Hamilton, who starts a more reasonable sixth in Miami after a dismal weekend at Imola.
Today’s race starts at 8:30pm BST and is broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Join Marc Mayo and Matt Majendie for the latest updates from Miami with Standard Sport’s live blog…
how to look
Television channel: Today’s race will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and F1, with coverage starting in F1 at 7:00pm before lights out at 8:30pm.
Live broadcast: Sky Sports subscribers can also tune in online via the Sky Go app.
Reflexes: Channel 4 will broadcast the highlights of the race free of charge at 12.30am on Monday morning.
Welcome to Standard Sport’s coverage of the F1 Miami Grand Prix!
What a show we have in store for you tonight… The first F1 race at the Miami International Autodrome with championship leader Charles Leclerc leading a Ferrari 1-2 from pole position.
Buckle up, because it promises to be one hell of a ride.