Max Verstappen’s car on fire as Christian Horner holds his head in his hands

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Max Verstappen was left furious in FP2 after his brakes caught fire, forcing him to retire from the session in Miami.

But those same issues from Bahrain and Australia appear to be back this weekend. FP1 saw each team trying to get used to the new track around the Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium.

And Verstappen proved once again that Red Bull have the pace to challenge, finishing third fastest. FP2 was a chance for drivers to run different set ups but the session was stopped short after Carlos Sainz crashed out.

Verstappen was showing no signs of getting out of his garage with Red Bull decided to ‘precautionarily’ change the Dutchman’s gearbox.

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