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F1 2022 Miami Grand Prix – Full Qualifying Results | F1

2022 F1 Miami Grand Prix – QUALIFYING RESULTS
Pos. drivers Nat. Team Q1 Q2 Q3
1 charles leclerc mon Scuderia Ferrari 1m29.474s 1m29.130s 1m28.796s
two Carlos Sainz ESP Scuderia Ferrari 1m30.079s 1m29.729s 1m28.986s
3 Max Verstappen ned Oracle Red Bull Racing 1m29.836s 1m29.202s 1m28.991s
4 sergio perez MEX Oracle Bull Racing 1m30.055s 1m29.673s 1m29.036s
5 Valtteri Bottas FINISH Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orleans 1m30.845s 1m29.751s 1m29.475s
6 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m30.388s 1m29.797s 1m29.625s
7 Pierre Gasley FRA Scuderia AlphaTauri 1m30.799s 1m30.128s 1m29.690s
8 lando norris GBR McLaren F1 Team 1m30.677s 1m29.634s 1m29.750s
9 yuki tsunoda JPN Scuderia AlphaTauri 1m30.485s 1m30.031s 1m29.932s
10 Lance Stroll DOG Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1m30.441s 1m29.996s 1m30.676s
eleven Fernando Alonso ESP BWT Alpine F1 Team 1m30.407s 1m30.160s
12 George Russell GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m30.490s 1m30.173s
13 Sebastian Vettel GER Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1m30.761s 1m30.214s
14 Daniel Ricciardo AUS McLaren F1 Team 1m30.583s 1m30.310s
fifteen Mike Schumacher GER Haas F1 Team 1m30.645s 1m30.423s
16 Kevin Magnussen GIVE Haas F1 Team 1m30.975s
17 Guanyu Zhou CHN Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orleans 1m31.020s
18 alexander albin THA Williams Racing 1m31.266s
19 Nicholas Latifi DOG Williams Racing 1m31.325s
twenty Stephen Ocon FRA BWT Alpine F1 Team No Time Set

Formula 1 will race in Miami for the first time this weekend at the Miami International Autodrome.

Miami will be on the F1 calendar for the next 10 years as the sport continues its impressive mark on America since Netflix’s Drive to Survive in 2018.

This weekend’s Miami GP has been likened to the Superbowl with the glitz and glamor on show.

The track layout is fast-paced and favors a low downforce setup which may play into Red Bull’s hands.

Red Bull hasn’t introduced any upgrades for this weekend while rivals Ferrari have a new, low downforce, rear ring.

In a bid to turn their season around, Mercedes have brought new upgrades to Miami.

Mercedes struggled last time out at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, although George Russell managed to salvage fourth after making a storming start.

Seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton struggled to 13th after being stuck behind AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly for much of the race at Imola.

Mercedes have introduced a new rear wing as well as a beam wing while making changes to the W13’s front wing endplate.

It wants to reduce the drag levels the W13 is currently producing with low downforce and straight-line speed crucial around this new Miami circuit.

Speaking ahead of Friday practice, Hamilton doubted the impact Mercedes’ upgrades may have on their outright performance.

“You can expect that we will be giving it our all,” Hamilton said. “We’ve been trying our best and there’s been a huge amount of work in the background. You can see we’ve got a new rear wing for example, so I’m just grateful for everyone keeping their heads down and for the amazing hard work that everyone is putting in.

“I don’t anticipate much change in that sense.”

McLaren will be hoping to continue its upward trajectory after Lando Norris finished third at Imola but Alfa Romeo and Alpine have shown impressive pace in recent rounds.

In terms of the off-track action, a storm is brewing with regard to Hamilton’s jewelery.

The FIA ​​has taken a tougher stance over the wearing of jewellery, with new F1 race director Niels Wittich informing all the teams that additional checks would be included as part of the pre-event scrutineering declaration form.

Hamilton had previously stated he had no plans to comply with the regulation, insisting that his earrings and nose stud cannot be physically removed.

The seven-time world champion arrived at the pre-event press conferences in Miami on Friday decked out in jewelery, including eight rings, four necklaces, two earrings, a bracelet and three watches – suggesting once again he has no plans to change his stance .

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Full 2022 F1 schedule

March 18-20 – Round 1

Bahrain Grand Prix

March 25-27 – Round 2

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

April 8-10 – Round 3

Australian Grand Prix

April 22-24 – Round 4

Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

May 6-8 – Round 5

Miami Grand Prix

May 20-22 – Round 6

Spanish Grand Prix

May 27-29 – Round 7

Monaco Grand Prix

June 10-12 – Round 8

Azerbaijan Grand Prix

June 17-19 – Round 9

Canadian Grand Prix

July 1-3 – Round 10

British Grand Prix

July 8-10 – Round 11

Austrian Grand Prix

July 22-24 – Round 12

French Grand Prix

July 27-29 – Round 13

Hungarian Grand Prix

August 26-28 – Round 14

Belgian Grand Prix

September 2-4 – Round 15

Dutch Grand Prix

September 9-11 – Round 16

Italian Grand Prix

September 30-October 2 – Round 17

Singapore Grand Prix

October 7-9 – Round 18

Japanese Grand Prix

October 21-23 – Round 19

United States Grand Prix

October 28-30 – Round 20

Mexican Grand Prix

November 11-13 – Round 21

Brazilian Grand Prix

November 18-20 – Round 22

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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