The 2022 Formula 1 season is in full swing, with four rounds done and dusted, and the races coming thick and fast in the months ahead before the summer break.
Charles Leclerc is the lead driver for defending champion Max Verstappen, but a mistake at the end of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix two weeks ago means his lead could have been greater.
Mercedes is currently struggling, far from the pace of Red Bull and Ferrari.
When is it?
The 2022 Miami Grand Prix weekend runs from Friday, May 6 through Sunday, May 8. It is the first F1 race to be held in the city and on this circuit.
What time does it start?
Now that the practices and qualifying are over, it’s just the race.
The Miami Grand Prix itself is on Sunday, May 8 at 8:30 PM BST.
What TV channel is it on?
Sky Sports F1 has almost exclusive live coverage rights in the UK this year and indeed for the next few with their usual excellent team.
Sky’s qualifying coverage starts at 8:30 PM on the Sky Sports Main Event. Their Grand Prix race day schedule kicks off at 7pm on Sky Sports F1 on Sunday, but it will also be on the Main Event.
Channel 4 will also have extended highlights throughout the season. Their qualifying schedule has been a bit affected by late times so will start at 8:30am on Sunday morning. Their race highlights are on Monday mornings at 12:30 PM.
You can also keep up to date here at Telegraph Sport during practice, qualifying and the race†
What were the times after qualifying?
- Charles Leclerc (My) Ferrari 1:28.796
- Carlos Sainz Jr (Spa) Ferrari. 1min 28,986secs
- Max Verstappen (Ned) Red Bull 1:28.991
- Sergio Perez (Mex) Red Bull 1:29.036
- Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Alfa Romeo Racing 1:29.475
- Lewis Hamilton (GB) Mercedes GP 1:29.625
- Pierre Gasly (Fra) Scuderia AlphaTauri 1:29.690
- Lando Norris (GB) McLaren1: 29.750
- Yuki Tsunoda (Jpn) Scuderia AlphaTauri 1:29,932
- Lance Stroll (Can) Aston Martin 1:30.676
- Fernando Alonso (Spa) Alpine 1:30.160
- George Russell (GB) Mercedes GP 1::30.173
- Sebastian Vettel (Germany) Aston Martin 1:30.214
- Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) McLaren1: 30.310
- Mick Schumacher (Germany) Haas F1 1:30.423
- Kevin Magnussen (Den) Haas F1 1: 30.975
- Guanyu Zhou (Chn) Alfa Romeo Racing 1:31.020
- Alexander Albon (Tha) Williams 1:31.266
- Nicholas Latifi (Can) Williams 1:31.325
- Esteban Ocon (Fra) Alpine No Time Set