There is a lot of excitement around the first brilliant weekend in Formula 1 on the streets of Miami – but not every driver offers unlimited praise.

There is a lot of excitement around the first brilliant weekend in Formula 1 on the streets of Miami – but not every driver offers unlimited praise.

World Champion Max Ferstappenfor example, called one slow and narrow section of the layout “Mickey Mouse” – and Lewis Hamilton also had a negative sound result.

“It reminds me of how I was in the B and Q car park (construction store) when I was six or seven, go karting, driving between cars,” said the seven-time world champion.

Ferrari‘s Carlos Science also disappointed, stating that everything but the race line “feels like you’re driving on a wet road”.

“Late braking maneuvers are likely to be difficult,” said the Spaniard. “It’s best to complete the movement to the braking point.”

Red Bull‘s Sergio Perez added: “I am very disappointed that there is no clutch offline.

“It’s a pity, because I think the race will be bad because of that,” said the Mexican.

Esteban Ocon was outraged that a minor exercise led to a 51G impact on the concrete – a load, he said, “no driver should be able to withstand”.

“Carlos also went from there, and when he complained to the race director about the danger there, nothing happened.

“This is unacceptable,” said the Frenchman. “Carlos injured his neck and I injured my knees and all this needs to be prevented.”

Lance Stroll called the section of the chain “funny – a joke”.

Leader of the championship Charles Leclerc is on the pole, and Ferstappen is going through a tough weekend due to a waste of time training.

“It was a surprise to me that I was fighting for the pole,” said the Dutchman.

After Red Bull dominated Imola, Ferrari took a step forward in Miami with a new rear wing and other minor car upgrades.

This forced Ferstappen to cross the border.

“He had to because Ferrari were the best in fast corners,” the doctor said Helmut Mark. “We’re 8km an hour faster on the straight, so that gave us a chance.

“Then Ferstappen was wrong, and it was the end. Only the perfect line has a grip. If you deviate from it, it’s like ice.”

The promise of “Mercedes” in early training also ended on Saturday, despite Tota Wolf retaining the former hope that a heavy defeat is now being resolved.

“We first saw the speed in our car,” he said. “We were able to control the jumps.

“We didn’t think that relatively small changes would have such a significant impact then. At least now we are becoming absolute experts in jumping – we can distinguish all its different forms, “- smiled the Austrian.

Disappointed, Hamilton said: “I am grateful that this time we are a little better than last time, but we still do not have enough time, as before.

“We are not moving forward despite the incredible efforts of the team.”

The next step for the German camp is a big package of updates for Barcelona.

“After Barcelona, ​​we have to decide which way we want to go with the car next year,” said Wolf.

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