2022 Latest News Three Takeaways From Miami: Verstappen Wins, Drivers Call For Changes to Track

MIAMI—The roar of the crowd echoed throughout Miami Gardens, nearly drowning out the sound of the Formula One cars zipping around the 5.41 km (approximately 3.36-mile) track called the Miami International Autodrome

Max Verstappen seemed to be able to reverse his luck from practice, quickly finding his groove to edge to an easy seven-second lead over Charles Leclerc by mid-race

Meanwhile, the Ferrari star appeared to struggle despite running in the top two spots consistently throughout the afternoon, saying at one point “The car is so difficult to drive,” before pitting for hard tires

Rain came through the night before, likely loosening the grip as it washed away some of the rubber on the brand new circuit

Weather, including the heat, aside, numerous drivers complained about the track, and Mercedes had a topsy turvy weekend that leaves everyone wondering if they have found a possible fix for the porpoising

Meanwhile, Carlos Sainz, Sergio Pérez and George Russell rounded out the remainder of the top five, and in true American fashion, Verstappen, Leclerc and Sainz walked onto the podium wearing football helmets

The Dutchman has won 100% of the races he has finished and narrows Leclerc’s lead in the driver standings to just 19 points. Here’s three takeaways from the inaugural Miami Grand Prix weekend

Talk with any veteran Formula One fan about safety cars, and they may cringe and reference the controversial 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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