United States GP LIVE; 'Czech' will start 9th

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    The Mexican improves the fastest lap 1:39,737; The man from Guadalajara 'flies' with the tough ones and is already 3 seconds behind Sainz (5th)

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    'Checo' Pérez sets the fastest lap 1:39.881 and climbs to 6th

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    Lando Norris makes the fastest lap 1:40.025 he remains 3rd, less than a second behind Leclerc (2nd); Verstappen recovers 1st

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    'Checo' Pérez He goes to the pits and asks to change the rear wing; He went down to the 7th step and maintains the marked strategy (hard tires)

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    'Checo' Pérez rises to second place only behind Hamilton

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    Max Verstappen 'copy' and goes to the pits to change to white (hard) tires; Leclerc does exactly the same

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    Lando Norris goes for one last change surprises by keeping the hard ones

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    Just as 'Checo' commented back Verstappen calls the pits due to brake problems

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    Hamilton increases race pace after 11 laps with the new tires (hard)

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    'Checo' Pérez reduces disadvantage and he is already 1.8 seconds behind the Spanish Carlos Sainz (4th)

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    Less than 5 seconds Hamilton is in third position

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    Verstappen is new leader!! the world champion is ahead

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    The three-time world champion begins to overwhelm Norris's McLaren, less than a second difference

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    Max Verstappen gets into the DRS zone to take the top

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    Carlos Sainz takes the fastest lap remains in fourth place

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    The Mexican reveals problems with the brakes stays on track

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    'Checo' Pérez benefits of the Monegasque's exit to the pits; go up to 5th

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    Norris takes back the top! after Leclerc left the pits; Verstappen is already 2nd, just over two seconds behind the leader

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    'Czech' is 6th in the United States after Russell's exit to the pits

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    The British Mercedes driver goes to the pits and leaves the leadership for Leclerc, who has not stopped

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    After entering the pits 'Checo' is 8th behind Ricciardo

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    Hamilton takes the lead of the competition momentarily

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    Lando Norris, Carlos Sainz and 'Checo' go to the pits only McLaren changed to hard, the others 'refreshed' the means

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    Max Verstappen goes to the pits keeping the tires medium at the Circuit of the Americas

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    "The contact I had at the beginning with Ocon gave us a lot of trouble" Piastri regrets after leaving the race

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    Lando Norris remains 1st with Hamilton and Verstappen looking for the top of the qualification; 'Czech' remains 7th

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    Logan Sargeant, local at the US GP, is 17th; only ahead of Magnussen

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    Verstappen is 3rd! The Monegasque couldn't withstand the onslaught of the three-time world champion

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    Verstappen attacks Leclerc and the Monegasque leaves the track to maintain his fourth place

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    Magnussen, Bottas and Albon they go out to the pits change to hard tires

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    Oscar Piastri presents problems with his car; He goes to the pits and abandons the race

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    Lewis Hamilton reaches second position Leclerc and Verstappen on the prowl

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    'Czech', 'Czech' comes down from the stands in support of the Mexican

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    Esteban Ocon is out of the race after a slight contact with Piastri

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    There are already more than 2 seconds between Norris and Leclerc Only Hülkenberg and Stroll have hard tires, the others have medium ones.

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    'Czech' is eighth after leaving Esteban Ocon's Apline behind; does not surpass Russell

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    Lando Norris sets the fastest lap at the beginning of the fight; 1:41,982

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    Lando Norris practically 2 seconds ahead de Leclerc; Sainz, Hamilton and Verstappen form the first 5 positions

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    'Checo' Pérez remains 9th after the first turn

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    Fight between the Ferraris Saiz seeks to overtake Leclerc, who is second after the 'start'

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    The tip is from McLaren! clean start at the United States GP; Lando Norris is 1st

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    The engines roar at the Circuit of the Americas!

    The United States GP begins on a weekend with 432,000 fans

  • Training round begins with Leclerc ahead

  • All ready!! The 20 cars enter the Circuit of the Americas

  • Prince Harry, among the celebrities present at the United States GP

  • Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) took pole while Lando Norris (McLaren) follows him; Hamilton, 3rd

  • 'Checo' Pérez will start 9th in a weekend in which he has not been able to show his full potential with the RB19

  • Max Verstappen will go against history after finishing 6th in Qualifying... A driver who starts behind the front row has never won the United States GP

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