The internet’s best memes and tweets from the Miami GP

The best F1 race reactions from the Miami Grand Prix included appreciation of Martin Brundle, criticism of the broadcast and memes for every occasion.

The Miami Grand Prix was as much of a spectacle as promised with celebrities crowding the track before the race and a slew of shenanigans in the aftermath.

But when it came down to it, it was another race with all the usual fixes: high speeds, overtaking, collisions and finally a winner.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen overcame his start in third by jumping quickly into second place at Turn 1 and then overtaking Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc for the race leader. A late safety car made things interesting, but Verstappen kept the podium, which also featured Leclerc and his Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz.

Best F1 Race Reactions from the Miami Grand Prix

Martin Brundle was trending before the race started because his track walk was an experience. he was wrong Duke’s Paolo Banchero for Patrick Mahomes and had people talking.

Miami has sparked a lot of excitement about hosting their first-ever Formula 1 Grand Prix. The attention F1 is generating in the US is very real.

Unfortunately, the F1 broadcast is not always the most effective way to tell the story of what is happening on the track.

This is a constant complaint during races, but one day those in power will hear the moan, right?

Speaking of power, Red Bull’s Sergio Perez ran into trouble on that front.

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As much as the Miami GP tried to make Sunday a party, the events on the track were not always of that level. It was quiet for a while halfway through the race. But quiet moments are the best time to tweet and meme.

Nicholas Latifi couldn’t get through to ramp up the excitement like he has in previous races, but someone has finally broken the monotony. It was AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly knocking out McLaren’s Lando Norris who succeeded.

The timing of the worrying safety car really suited Mercedes’ George Russell.

While battles at the front between Verstappen and Leclerc as well as Sainz and Perez didn’t yield any late overtakes, fans got exactly what they didn’t want when Haas’ Mick Schumacher collided with his grid mentor Sebastian Vettel of Aston Villa.

When all was said and done, Verstappen took another win while Leclerc and Sainz finished second and third. The journey to the podium was quite unique as a police escort transported the winner.

And that was far from the most bizarre moment of the post-race festivities.

It will be a few weeks before F1 is back with the Spanish Grand Prix on May 22.

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