Not every driver happy with Miami track

A big buzz is surrounding Formula 1’s first glitzy weekend on the streets of Miami – but not every driver is offering unlimited praise. “It reminds me of being in a B and Q (hardware store) carpark when I was six or seven years old, in a go kart, going in between cars,” said the seven time world champion. “Late braking manoeuvres are likely to be difficult,” said the Spaniard. “It’s a shame because I think the racing will be bad due to that,” said the Mexican. “It was a surprise for me to be fighting for pole at all,” said the Dutchman. “For the first time we saw speed in our car,” he said. “After Barcelona we have to make a decision about which way we want to go with the car next year,” said Wolff.

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