OFFICIAL GRID – Who starts where for Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix
Crucial Q3 errors from Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc were the headlines from qualifying at the Miami International Autodrome, with the latter's preventing the former getting a second run in, leaving his Red Bull team mate Sergio Perez on pole.
Joining Perez on the front row will be Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso, another stellar lap putting him ahead of his fellow Spaniard Carlos Sainz in the Ferrari. Lining up next to Sainz will be Kevin Magnussen, whose P4 is the Haas team's best-ever starting position for a Grand Prix.
FORMULA 1 CRYPTO.COM MIAMI GRAND PRIX 2023
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|1 Sergio Perez PER Red Bull Racing||1:26.841|
|2 Fernando Alonso ALO Aston Martin||1:27.202|
|3 Carlos Sainz SAI Ferrari||1:27.349|
|4 Kevin Magnussen MAG Haas F1 Team||1:27.767|
|5 Pierre Gasly GAS Alpine||1:27.786|
|6 George Russell RUS Mercedes||1:27.804|
|7 Charles Leclerc LEC Ferrari||1:27.861|
|8 Esteban Ocon OCO Alpine||1:27.935|
|9 Max Verstappen VER Red Bull Racing||--|
|10 Valtteri Bottas BOT Alfa Romeo||--|
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