Formula 1 – Miami Grand Prix Live info, Schedule, Preview and more

by Kent Green
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This coming weekend will see the return of the Miami Grand Prix to the annals of motorsport competition.

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez will be seeking to continue his great form after taking the checkered flag in Azerbaijan during his most recent race. It is believed that the stars will once again be on display in the grandstand all the way up and down the circuit.

However, his teammate Max Verstappen will be hoping to return to winning ways and will be aiming to make it back-to-back wins on this circuit, which runs in the shadows of the Hard Rock Stadium.

How to watch F1 Miami Grand Prix 2023 Live

All worldwide visitor can watch through the link down below.

F1 Miami Grand Prix 2023 Schedule

DateSessionTime (ET)Time (BST)Time (AEDT)
Friday, May 5Practice 114:30 p.m19:30 p.m04:30 a.m (Sat)
Friday, May 5Practice 218:00 p.m23:00 p.m08:00 a.m (Sat)
Saturday, May 6Practice 312:30 p.m17:30 p.m02:30 a.m (Sun)
Saturday, May 6Qualifying16:00 p.m21:00 p.m06:00 a.m (Sun)
Sunday, May 7Race15:30 p.m20:30 p.m05:30 a.m (Mon)

F1 Miami Grand Prix 2023 Preview

After a rocky start marked by many red flags and restarts, the Formula One racing season is starting to get back on track.

In the first eight weeks, there were only three races that were actually run, but Azerbaijan was the first of five in the next six weeks.

This week brings the return of the carnival to the United States with the holding of the second edition of the Miami Grand Prix, and Max Verstappen will be in the mindset to take the checkered flag in Florida.

After four races in 2023, the Red Bull megastar is in the lead in the driver rankings, but he has been forced to split race victories with teammate Sergio Perez, who has started the season in good form. Despite this, the Red Bull megastar continues to lead the way.

Although Verstappen is still the odds-on favourite to win the championship in 2023, Perez’s early successes suggest that he may be able to spark a genuine title race over the course of the season.

Who took first place at the Grand Prix of Miami in 2022?

Max Verstappen, the driver who now holds the title of World Drivers’ Champion, was the one to cross the finish line first at the inaugural edition of the Miami Grand Prix in 2022.

The Dutchman started the race in third place despite having been out-qualified by the Ferrari duo of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz. However, he came storming back to win the race on Sunday by a margin of 3.7 seconds.

After that race, Verstappen would go on to win the Spanish Grand Prix, which was the following event on the calendar, and then he would conclude the season with 454 points, which is the highest number of points that have ever been recorded in a single Formula One season.

Conditions expected for the F1 Miami Grand Prix in 2023

According to recent sources, the weather for the 2023 Miami Grand Prix may be anything but predictable since it is possible that we could see a range of conditions throughout the event.

Even though it appears that the practice sessions on Friday and the race on Sunday should take place in dry weather, there is still a chance that it will rain during qualifying on Saturday.

Predictions for the Miami Grand Prix in 2023

We decided to end things with Perez a week ago because there was a good chance that safety cars or red flags would cause mayhem in Baku, and Miami may turn out to be another event that is full of chaos.

The year before, in free practice one, Valterri Bottas wrecked his Alfa Romeo, making it the very first severe accident in the very first Formula One session held in Miami.

However, Verstappen is the only driver who has won at this track before, and he will be more determined than ever to chalk up another victory here and now to snuff out any flickering chatter of Perez muscling in on the title charge. Currently, Perez is in second place in the standings, and Verstappen is in first place.

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