HIGHLIGHTS: Watch the FP1 action from Miami as Verstappen goes fastest and Leclerc spins out


Max Verstappen went fastest during the first, and only, practice session in Miami, which was briefly brought to a halt after Ferrari's Charles Leclerc span out early on.

The reigning world champion, who has won the previous two editions of the Miami Grand Prix, topped the timesheets with a 1m 28.595s – leading the McLaren of Oscar Piastri by 0.105s. The Ferrari of Carlos Sainz was third fastest.

FP1: Verstappen leads Piastri and Sainz during first practice in Miami as Leclerc spins out

With practice time limited due to the Sprint weekend format, the biggest loser from the session was Charles Leclerc, who span at Turn 16 just nine minutes into FP1.

While he avoided the barriers, he was unable to engage reverse gear on his special-liveried Ferrari and get the car facing the right direction, prompting the red flags to be flown as he exited the car.

Catch the highlights from FP1 in Miami by clicking the video above ahead of Sprint Qualifying later today.



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