Miami has fast become one of the most anticipated events on the Formula One calendar. As per the inaugural race last year, there was glitz, glamour, bold partner activations, and of course, celebrities and sporting legends out in force.
But amongst all the off-track buzz, there was also plenty of interest on track. With a chaotic Qualifying session providing a mixed-up grid, Sunday's race was laden with strategic intrigue.
Our contribution to that was in part due to the challenges we faced on Saturday, where Lewis was eliminated in Q2. He found himself in 13th on the grid, while George was fortunate to be sixth, after the late red flag caused by Charles Leclerc's Ferrari.
"It's the story of our car," said Toto after the race. "We had a good FP1 session on Friday, but a difficult FP2 and then Saturday. We then found a solid baseline on Sunday."