Miami Grand Prix: World champion Max Verstappen sets rapid pace in second practice

Max Verstappen set an imposing pace in Friday practice at the Miami Grand Prix as he headed the Ferraris of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc. The world champion was 0.385 seconds quicker than Sainz, with Leclerc just 0.083secs further adrift. The seven-time champion’s team-mate George Russell, who headed Hamilton in a Mercedes one-two in first practice, was down in 15th, struggling to get a lap time out of the car. Leclerc crashed on his race-simulation runs later in the session with about eight minutes to go. The session did resume after the accident, but the lost time meant all the drivers will go into Saturday with very limited information as to their race pace.

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