F1 2023 Miami GP Starting Grid – Final Grid Positions

    Red Bull’s Sergio Perez produced the best time in qualifying to start first on the grid for the 2023 Miami GP, ahead of Fernando Alonso in the Aston Martin


    In a dramatic qualifying session for the 2023 Miami GP, it was Sergio Perez of Red Bull who produced the fastest time to take firs place on the starting grid, with Fernando Alonso in the Aston Martin alongside the Mexican on the front row in Florida. 

    The Miami GP qualifying session was brought to an abrupt halt when Charles Leclerc stuck his Ferrari into the barrier, before the field could start their second flying runs, and before Max Verstappen has posted a time in his Red Bull

    That meant those who did manage to put a time up earlier on in Q3 benefitted, namely Perez, Alonso, and Carlos Sainz in the second Ferrari, as well as Kevin Magnussen in the Haas who starts fourth on the grid. 

    Verstappen, who leads the driver standings by six points from his Red Bull teammate Perez, will start from ninth on the grid, just behind Leclerc. Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton had a disastrous qualifying session, failing to make it out of Q2, and will line up 13th on the grid. 

    2023 Miami GP starting grid

    1Sergio PerezRed Bull
    2Fernando AlonsoAston Martin
    3Carlos SainzFerrari
    4Kevin MagnussenHaas
    5Pierre GaslyAlpine
    6George RussellMercedes
    7Charles LeclercFerrari
    8Esteban OconAlpine
    9Max VerstappenRed Bull
    10Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo
    11Alex AlbonWilliams
    12Nico HulkenbergHaas
    13Lewis HamiltonMercedes
    14Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo
    15Nyck de VriesAlphaTauri
    16Lando NorrisMcLaren
    17Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri
    18Lance StrollAston Martin
    19Oscar PiastriMcLaren
    20Logan SargeantWilliams


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