UK race start time, grid locations, weather and how to watch F1 on TV today

Max Verstappen will start the Miami Grand Prix from pole position today and is hoping for a perfect weekend.

The Dutchman enjoyed another double on Saturday, winning the sprint race before emerging victorious in a difficult qualifying session.

Few were able to get the soft tires up to speed for the entire lap in the Florida sun, and deterioration certainly occurs as the race progresses.


Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz complete the top three on the starting grid ahead of Sergio Perez.

Lewis Hamilton made it late to reach the final part of qualifying after enduring a fierce sprint.

Miami Grand Prix start time

For fans in the UK, the race takes place today, Sunday 5 May 2024, at 9pm BST.

Starting places for the Miami Grand Prix

  1. Max Verstappen

  2. Charles Leclerc

  3. Carlos Sainz

  4. Sergio Perez

  5. Lando Norris

  6. Oscar Piastri

  7. George Russell

  8. Lewis Hamilton

  9. Nico Hulkenberg

  10. Yuki Tsunoda

  11. Lance Stroll

  12. Pierre Gasly

  13. Esteban Ocon

  14. Alex Albon

  15. Fernando Alonso

  16. Valtteri Bottas

  17. Logan Sargeant

  18. Kevin Magnussen

  19. Zhou Guanyu

  20. Daniel Ricciardo

Where can you watch the Miami Grand Prix?

TV channel: In Great Britain, Sky Sports will broadcast exclusively live throughout the weekend. Coverage of the race begins at 7:30 p.m. on the F1 and Main Event channels.

Free highlights will air on Channel 4 at 1:30am and will also be available on the F1 YouTube channel shortly after the checkered flag.

Live broadcast: Subscribers can watch the race live online via the Sky Go app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action LIVE via Standard Sport's racing blog.

Weather forecast for the Miami Grand Prix

The chance of rain for Sunday's race is almost zero; The forecast is for sunshine, a few clouds and temperatures around 28ÂșC.

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