George Russell tops the list in FP2 sessions

Miami GP FP2: The FP2 session ended with George Russell leading the session, followed by Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez in second and third positions. The FP1 session ended with Ferrari leading the time chart in the first Miami Grand Prix FP1 session. Charles Leclerc was the fastest, followed by Mercedes’ George Russell and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in second and third place. Follow Formula 1 and Miami GP live updates on InsideSport.IN.

The Miami Grand Prix is ​​making its debut for the first time and will be the second race in the United States after the Austin Grand Prix. The track is built around the car park at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

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Miami GP FP2: George Russell of Mercedes leads the FP2 session, followed by Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez in second and third place.

  • The FP2 session ended with George Russell, Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez.
  • Only one minute left in FP2 session.
  • Max Verstapen is out of his car now, so he has to finish the 8 minute session.
  • The FP2 session is resumed.
Miami GP FP2 Live: George Russell leads the FP2 session, with Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez in second and third place - follow Miami GP FP2 live updates
Miami GP FP2 Live: Nicholas Latifi stops at the track.
  • When Nicholas Latifi stopped at the track it was again a red flag in the FP2 session. He said he felt weird with losing balance and drive.
  • Without any porposing, Mercedes looks back into the game as Russell leads the session and Hamilton finds himself in fourth place.
  • George Russell is chairing the session, followed by Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez.
  • Max Verstapen made a brief stand on the track as he returned to Pitlane after speaking. ‘Couldn’t run’ And on the way back, his left brakes caught fire.
  • Christian Horner says, “The Czech boys jumped into Max’s car during the red flag. We’re lucky with the red flag – now Max just runs out of sync with the rest. “
  • The FP2 session is resumed.
  • Carlos Senz is out of the FP2 session and Valtteri Bottas has already been confirmed to have lost it as Alpha shunts him before fixing his car.
  • Only 35 minutes left in FP2 session.
  • In the mix-up, Lewis Hamilton is sixth and George Russell is eleventh.
Miami GP FP2 Live: Carlos Senz crashes but is led by FP2 and Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc in second and third place - follow Miami GP FP2 live updates
Miami GP FP2 Live: Carlos Senj crashed on Turn 14.
  • Carlos Senz crashed on turn 14 and it is a red flag.
  • Lewis Hamilton is finally out on track and in his flying lap.
  • Guanaju Zhu, Alfa Romeo’s rookie driver, is surprisingly fourth.
  • Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton, George Russell and Voltaire Botas still have no symptoms.
  • 1m.32.906s After setting a lap time, Esteban Oakon is the fastest
  • Prior to FP2, Red Bull changed Max Verstappen’s gearbox as a precaution after tapping its barrier on FP1. The world champion is currently in Pitlane.
  • Nicholas Latifi of Williams out on the first track.
  • FP2 session in progress.

Charles Leclerc again topped the timesheet in the FP1 session after setting the fastest lap time. He was followed in second place by Mercedes new signer George Russell. Then came the current F1 champion Max Verstappen who could only do his best and finish third.

He was followed by his teammate Sergio Perez, who finished fourth in the FP1 session. Pierre Gasley of Alfatouri had a good outing today as he is fifth in the standings and behind Ferrari’s Carlos Sange.

Miami GP FP1 Live: Ferrari's Charles Lacklark ahead, George Russell and Max Verstappen in second and third place - follow Miami GP FP1 Live updates
Miami GP FP1: FP1 classification for the Miami Grand Prix.

Miami GP FP2: George Russell of Mercedes leads the FP2 session, followed by Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez in second and third place.

All guns were fired as William’s Alex Albon claimed seventh place in the FP1 session. He was followed by Lewis Hamilton, who returned to his normal best after claiming eighth place. It was a strong start again from Kevin Magnussen of Haas as he was ninth in the standings and was followed by Daniel Ricciardo of McLaren.

Lando Norris can only be in the XI in the standings as he was in the twelfth position of Fernando Alonso of the Alpine. Alfa Romeo’s Rocky driver, Guanyin Zhou, finished 13th because he followed in the 14th place, followed by veteran Sebastian Vettel.

Miami GP FP2: George Russell of Mercedes leads the FP2 session, followed by Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez in second and third place.

Alpine’s Esteban Oaken finished just 15th, followed by Lance Stroll in 16th. Alfa Romeo’s Valteri Botas, who wrecked his car and damaged its hind wings, finished in 17th place. Meanwhile, he is the only driver who crashed his car during the FP1 session.

Yuki Sunoda of Alfatouri did not play well today as he only finished at number eighteen. He followed Mick Schumacher, who has a lot to do before the Miami Grand Prix. He has yet to score a point in the 2022 season and the home race could be the ideal place for him to laugh.

Last but not least, it was again a painful day for William’s driver Nicholas Latifi who only managed to finish 20th.

Miami GP FP2: Mercedes’ George Russell leads the FP2 session, followed by Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez in second and third place.

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