F1 NATION: All the chat and analysis from the Hard Rock Stadium paddock – it’s our Miami GP review
Max Verstappen returned to winning ways in Miami, scything through the field from ninth on the grid – and passing his team mate Sergio Perez in the process – to take his third victory of the season.
And as the dust settles in Miami, the F1 Nation crew are here to cast an eye over all the action from Florida – the first of three times the F1 circus will head stateside this season.
Former McLaren racer and Aston Martin ambassador Pedro de la Rosa, and De Telegraaf’s Erik van Haren join host Tom Clarkson to mull over Verstappen’s victory, and what this might mean for the season as a whole.
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Christian Horner chats all things Red Bull, from their latest 1-2, to how he's going to manage the growing rivalry between his two drivers, with both gunning for the championship.
Lando Norris reveals how he feels after a disappointing start to the season for McLaren, while George Russell is quizzed on Mercedes' imminent upgrades and what they might mean for the pecking order.
Carlos Sainz also features, the Spaniard an interesting man to chat to in the wake of a race where Ferrari once again struggled with tyre wear. It was a better all round performance from Sainz after his struggles in Baku, although he is still chasing a first podium of the year.
Alpine also had a weekend to forget last time out in Azerbaijan, but had both drivers back in the points in Miami – a relief for team boss Otmar Szafnauer, who also stops by the pod this week.
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Lastly, make sure to stick around for an update on F1 Nation’s dedicated F1 Fantasy league, as the team run through the championship standings after round four of 23.
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