Charles Leclerc found the cause of the accident in qualifying in the settings of the racing car. For the second time this weekend, the Monaco driver parked his car in the protective tires of the seventh corner. But the Ferrari driver showed encouraging speed before the crash in qualifying, which was a result of the car's settings. I put myself in a difficult position because I chose very aggressive car settings, knowing that this is the only way I can get the most out of the car," explained Leclerc. "You can always find excuses in situations like this - strong wind, difficult conditions, but I guess I went too far with the settings." The 25-year-old Ferrari driver, however, rejected accusations that he should take a different approach and reduce the number of mistakes he makes. "I don't think so. I am quite self-critical, but I know where m
Mercedes driver George Russell set the fastest time in the first F1 free practice session in Miami, with team rival Lewis Hamilton coming closest to his time, while Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc was third. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1654562687890669571 Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz also finished in the top five.
Miami Grand Prix schedule Friday, 5.5.2022/20.30/21.30 1:6.5.2022 p.m. – 00.00:01.00 p.m. 2st free practice Saturday, 18.30/19.30/3 22.00:23.00 a.m. – 7.5.2022:21.30 a.m. 23.30nd free practice XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. – XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. XNUMXrd free practice XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. – XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. Qualifications Sunday, XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. – XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. XNUMX Race
Spectators who want to watch the Formula 1 race in Miami had to pay a little more than 600 euros, or 640 dollars, for the cheapest seat in the stands, and 474 euros, or 500 dollars for the stand, which is also quite high for Formula 1 standards. . But the organizers defend the "coiled" prices, saying that there was a lot of interest in watching the race. Despite the high prices, 240.000 tickets for the three days of events were quickly sold out. “It’s a matter of supply and interest,” explained Tom Garfinkel, otherwise manager of the Dolphins football team and Hard Rock Stadium. "There was a lot of interest in the tickets even before we started selling them, which also affected the prices." Garfinkel insists that entry is through the so-called campus ticket, which allows spectators to choose the venue for
Mexican Sergio Perez got his last free practice before qualifying for the Miami Grand Prix, where he beat Ferrari racer Charles Leclerc by almost two tenths of a second with a lap time of 1: 30.304 and his teammate Max Verstappn by 0.345 seconds. Fourth was Fernando Alonso ahead of Sebastian Vettl, and the excellent Michael Schumacher in sixth place. Carlos Sainz was seventh, Kevin Magnussen eighth, Alex Albon ninth and Lando Norris tenth. After a promising Friday training session, the Mercedes racers slipped into the background again. this time it was faster than Lewis Hamilton, who was 1.586 seconds behind Perez and George Russell 1.620. They finished training in fifteenth and seventeenth place. Qualifications for the Miami Grand Prix are scheduled for 22 pm local time.
This weekend, the Formula 1 race for the Miami Grand Prix in Florida is scheduled. The racing weekend will take place in the late evening hours after our time, which is why Formula 1 fans have to prepare for shorter nights. Miami with the street track around the Hard Rock NFL Stadium of the Miami Dolphins will be the next venue for the duel between Ferrari and Red Bull, but according to the latest news, this duel could turn into a duel, as Mercedes is supposed to find a solution to its problem, which sounds like porpoising . The data from their wind tunnel is supposed to be very promising, so Russell and especially Hamilton could get involved in the fight between the racers of the teams from Maranello and Milton Keynes. Given the fact that this is a street race, the question arises as to whether the floor plan of the track, which includes 19 turns and three long planes, will be
Formula One will host the first race in Miami this weekend, and the racers looked at the scene in detail in the simulators and expressed their enthusiasm for it. “I looked at it and I have to say it looks really good,” Pierre Gasly said. "I really like the set-up. It has a lot of fast parts, unusual turns, extremely long turns, long planes and it's quite demanding. I think the spectators have a very good show ahead of me, but I believe we racers will enjoy it too." But there are also some concerns. One of these was expressed by Sergio Perez, who praised the track. The track is good. It has a winding part, which is quite demanding, but visibility will also be a problem. But I think racing will be interesting on these long planes, I just hope the asphalt is good so we can race well.
The organizers of Formula 1 races met on Monday and criticized the owners of the championship, as the American company Liberty Media allegedly took an unfair direction. As many as five race venues will have to renew their match contracts this year, with uncertainty about the future of the British Grand Prix in Silverstone and the Italian Grand Prix in Monza. The Association of Formula One Race Promoters does not like the fact that more and more broadcasts are being moved to pay TV channels, which is expected to reduce the number of viewers, both in front of TV screens and on the racetracks themselves, and they also disagree with some race organizers got under better conditions. In their view, it is detrimental in the long run if viewers lose free access, and it is arguable that
The organizers of the Formula 1 races have announced that the negotiations regarding the race in Miami have been delayed a bit and so the race will not be on the calendar next season. This means that 20 races will be scheduled next season, as the race in Germany is saying goodbye. It has been rumored in the last period that there will be no races in Miami next season. The race is scheduled to be there in 2020. One of the problems is also the opinion of the local population, which the political cream of Miami wants to take into account. The fan festival dedicated to the presentation and promotion of the race, which is scheduled for October, will nevertheless run smoothly. The head of the promotion at Formula 1, Sean Bratches, said: "In the last few months, we have been working intensively with representatives of the city of Miami. The goal of both sides is to bring the Formula 1 race here.
The city of Miami will vote next week on whether the city should sign a multi-year contract with Formula 1, which would make Formula 1 race cars roam the streets of Miami next season. The vote will take place on Thursday, May 1, where they will decide whether to sign a contract with the leading men of Formula 2019, which would be valid from 2028 to 2019. If the vote is successful, the official signing of the contract will take place on July 1. The scheduled date of the first race in Florida is expected to be in October 1. Liberty Media wants to increase the presence of Formula 1 in America, and the race in Miami is high on their wish list. Formula XNUMX General Manager Sean Bratches said: "We appreciate the fact that the city wants to host the Formula XNUMX race, so we are already working with the city's leading men to make this idea a reality. With more than