THE Miami Grand Prix is back tonight as F1 rolls out the first of three American races this season – but superstars Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton are way down the grid.
Segio Perez is on pole and he's closely followed by Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz.
- Start time: 8.30pm BST
- TV/Live stream: Sky Sports F1
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When is the Miami Grand Prix?
- The mouthwatering Miami Grand Prix will take place on TODAY, Sunday, May 7.
- It is scheduled to get underway at 8:30pm BST – 3:30pm local time.
- Max Verstappen beat Charles Leclerc to the chequered flag in the 2022 Miami GP.
What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?
- All the action for the Miami GP will be broadcast LIVE on Sky Sports F1
- Coverage is expected to commence from 7:30pm BST – a whole hour before the race starts.
- Subscription members of NOW TV can stream the entire race through the NOW TV app or website.
- Alternatively, SunSport will have lap-by-lap coverage of the huge event including build-up and post-race reaction.
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Miami Grand Prix FULL schedule
Sunday, May 7
- Miami GP – 8.30pm BST
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Betfair make Sergio Perez the hot favourite for the Miami Grand Prix.
Here are the rest of the odds.
Sergio Perez – 4/6
Max Verstappen – 7/4
Fernando Alonso – 13/2
Carlos Sainz – 25/1
Charles Leclerc – 50/1
George Russell – 50/1
Lewis Hamilton – 70/1
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Celebs in attendance
F1 always brings the rich and the famous together.
And the Miami GP is no different.
Roger Federer is there, as is Tommy Hilfiger – no doubt catching up with Lewis Hamilton who produced a collaboration with the American fashion designer.
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Welcome to Miami
It's to glam Miami where the F1's leading drivers head for the next Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez is on pole, for what promises to be a thrilling race.
While second on the grid is Fernando Alonso.
Max Verstappen is way down the grid in ninth, while Lewis Hamilton is in thirteenth.
Race begins at 8:30pm our time – but stay tuned here for the build up.
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