Max Verstappen takes aim at Red Bull again over 'messy' situation at Miami Grand Prix


Just one-hundredth of a second separated Verstappen, Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are the first run of laps in Q3 yesterday. Both Ferrari drivers were ahead of Verstappen on the track, meaning they were able to get their second runs done and dusted earlier.

But, with the track evolving, Verstappen would have had some advantage if he were to put together a quick time. However, he had to abort his second and final attempt at taking pole after a mistake in the first sector.

Verstappen starts alongside his Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez on the second row with Leclerc and Sainz just ahead of them.


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