Grand Prix

Miami Grand Prix



city
Miami
Circuit length
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rounds count
62
fastest lap
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Miami Grand Prix

After a long time of speculation, this became the second Grand Prix in the United States in 2022. In 2023, F1 will add a third stop in America because of the introduction of the Las Vegas Grand Prix. Formula 1 cars will race at the Miami International Autodrome. 

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The Miami Grand Prix 2023

Miami also wanted to be part of the F1 calendar for a while. In 2022 the time came. The circuit is built around the Hard Rock Stadium and with its three DRS zones and 19 corners. Formula 1 cars are expected to reach a top speed of 320 kilometres per hour.

The 2022 edition was very fitting of the early part of the season. Leclerc and Sainz both qualified ahead of Verstappen, but on race day the Red Bull driver had the speed. The Dutchman survived a late safety car period to take the win. Valtteri Bottas looked likely for a P5 finish, but the drivers for his former team made their way past in the late stages. 

What does the Miami GP race weekend look like?

The first free practice session will take place on the 5th May at 18:30 UK time. The second free practice session takes place at 10pm. 23 hours later, the cars will come out for qualifying before the race takes place on Sunday, 7th May. 

What time does the Miami Grand Prix start

The Miami Grand Prix can be followed from one hour before the start of the race via the GPblog live blog. Due to the time difference of 6 hours, the race will start for in the evening in Europe and can be followed F1TV. The start time is 8:30pm in the UK, or at 15:30 in Florida.