About the circuit

The American round of the 2023 Formula 1 Championship will take place around the Hard Rock Stadium. The venue is in Miami Gardens and the first of 2 American Grand Prix Formula 1.

Miami showed an interest in hosting an F1 race for a while, but it took a few years to get a deal over the line. The original plan was to hold a race downtown, but that was met with too much local opposition to be a viable option.

The Miami Grand Prix consortium was led by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, so it seemed logical that the event eventually settled on a location around the team’s Hard Rock Stadium.

The venue is in Miami Gardens, nearly encircles Hard Rock Stadium and includes much of the stadium’s surrounding parking area. But the Miami Grand Prix is not technically at Hard Rock. It’s the Miami International Autodrome.

The circuit wraps around three of the four sides of Hard Rock Stadium and through the adjacent Miami Open tennis courts. It’s 5.41 kilometers long, or about 3.36 miles, and it features 19 turns, three straights and three DRS zones. It also has an estimated top speed of 320 kilometers per hour, or about 199 miles per hour, and the race is 57 laps.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took home the checkered flag in the 2022 Miami Grand Prix on Sunday, once again continuing the trend of winning races when he finishes them

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