F1 drivers are looking for changes on the track for the Miami Grand Prix

Max Verstappen, Miami GP

MIAMI – Hook crowds echoed through Miami Gardens, almost drowning out the sound of Formula One cars racing around a 5.41 km (approximately 3.36 miles) track called the Miami International Autodrome

Max Verstappen seemed to have managed to turn his luck around in training, quickly finding his slot to the edge to a slight seven-second lead ahead of Charles Leclerc to mid-race. The Ferrari star, meanwhile, seemed to be struggling despite constantly running to the top two during the afternoon, saying at one point “The car is so hard to drive” before heading for hard tires.

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