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Formula 1 Miami To Host In 2022

Formula 1 Miami To Host In 2022

Formula 1 Formula 1 2022 Miami Host In To

Sun, 18 Apr 2021 08:00:00 -0700

The Miami GP circuit will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium complex in Miami Gardens, which is home to the National Football League's Miami Dolphins

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Lewis Hamilton (Photo: ©Rolex/James Moy)A new track is coming to Formula 1 in 2022.South Florida will host the series’ first race in the sunshine state since 1959, F1 announced Sunday (April 18).The news of the Miami Grand Prix broke out about three hours before the Emilia Romagna event.

A 10-year deal has been signed to bring the race to South Florida.

As of now, there is no official date for the race, but the plan is to hold the first race in the second quarter of 2022.The Miami GP circuit will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium complex in Miami Gardens, which is home to the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins. 19 corners
5.41km
3 potential DRS zones
320 km/h top speedIntroducing the new @f1miami circuit, around the iconic @HardRockStadium #F1 #MiamiGP pic.twitter.com/nsJawzpIL2— Formula 1 (@F1) April 18, 2021Hard Rock Stadium will be at the heart of the 5.41 kilometer (3.362-mile) circuit, featuring 19 corners and three straights.

All of the straights could be designed as DRS zones.It will help the local economy surrounding Miami, and there will be a program to support local businesses and the community.“We are thrilled to announce that Formula 1 will be racing in Miami beginning in 2022,” Stefano Domenicali, president & CEO of Formula 1, said in a release.

“The USA is a key growth market for us, and we are greatly encouraged by our growing reach in the US which will be further supported by this exciting second race.

We will be working closely with the team from Hard Rock Stadium and the FIA to ensure the circuit delivers exciting racing but also leaves a positive and lasting contribution to the people in the local community.”“We are grateful to our fans, the Miami Gardens elected officials and the local tourism industry for their patience and support throughout this process.

We are looking forward to bringing the greatest racing spectacle on the planet to Miami for the first time in our sport’s history.”The Miami Gardens venue will be the second event to be held in South Florida.  The first U.S.

Grand Prix held on a road course was at Sebring International Raceway, a little more than 150 miles to the northwest.

It’s the 11th venue F1 has run at in the United States since the Championship started in 1950.

F1 is set to race at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Tex.

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Formula 1 is heading back to Florida, with the news that the brand-new Miami Grand Prix will join the F1 calendar in 2022

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18 April 2021 News DRIVER OF THE DAY: Stellar drive to third at Imola wins Norris your vote Report Verstappen takes victory from Hamilton and Norris in action-packed Grand Prix at Imola Video WATCH: Red flags fly at Imola as Bottas and Russell walk away from huge crash Video WATCH: Verstappen steams into the lead from third in thrilling start to the Emilia Romagna GP Video WATCH: Alonso hits the wall on his out lap as rain strikes Imola before the start of the Grand PrixDiscover more news Formula 1 is heading back to Florida, with the news that the brand-new Miami Grand Prix will join the F1 calendar in 2022.The race – set to be the first since 1959 in the US state – will be held on an exciting new layout at the Hard Rock Stadium complex in Miami Gardens, home to the NFL’s famous Miami Dolphins franchise.Although the exact date of the race has yet to be confirmed, F1 president Stefano Domenicali said he expects the first race in a 10-year deal to take place in the second quarter of 2022.READ MORE: Everything you need to know about the Miami Grand Prix – including how the track was designedThe circuit itself will be 5.41km, and will feature 19 corners, three straights and potential for three DRS zones, with an estimated top speed of 320km/h.

Hard Rock Stadium – a multi-purpose sports and entertainment hub which has hosted six Super Bowls, two Baseball World Series and numerous rock concerts – will sit at the heart of the track, which has been designed to encourage close racing while meeting the highest safety standards.Miami will be the 11th location Formula 1 has raced at in the United States since the Championship began in 1950, following Indianapolis, Sebring, Riverside, Watkins Glen, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix and Circuit of The Americas in Austin.The race will provide an additional tourist boost and economic impact to local businesses in the greater Miami region and Formula 1 and the promoter will be working closely with the local community to ensure an allotment of discounted tickets for Miami Gardens residents, ensuring they have the opportunity to experience the thrill of the sport.Additionally, there will be a programme to support local businesses and the community to ensure they get the full benefits of the race being in Miami Gardens, including a STEM education programme through F1 in Schools as well as the opportunity for local businesses to be part of the race weekend.“We are thrilled to announce that Formula 1 will be racing in Miami beginning in 2022,” said Stefano Domenicali, President & CEO of Formula 1.“The USA is a key growth market for us, and we are greatly encouraged by our growing reach in the US which will be further supported by this exciting second race.

We will be working closely with the team from Hard Rock Stadium and the FIA to ensure the circuit delivers exciting racing but also leaves a positive and lasting contribution to the people in the local community.”“We are grateful to our fans, the Miami Gardens elected officials and the local tourism industry for their patience and support throughout this process.

We are looking forward to bringing the greatest racing spectacle on the planet to Miami for the first time in our sport’s history.”Tom Garfinkel, Vice-Chairman, President & CEO, Hard Rock Stadium, added: “The Hard Rock Stadium entertainment campus in Miami Gardens exists to host the biggest global events to benefit the entire greater Miami region and Formula 1 racing is as big as it gets."We have worked with specialist designers to create a racetrack that we, Formula 1 and the FIA believe will provide great racing and we hope to create best-in-class unique fan experiences that are reflective of the diverse and dynamic nature of Miami.“I want to thank Formula 1 and the Miami Gardens and Miami Dade County elected officials for working to bring this hugely impactful event here for years to come.” News Emilia Romagna GP qualifying facts and stats: Hamilton extends two records as Perez breaks his front row duck News ‘I was not good enough’ admits Alonso after Q2 exit on Imola return Feature MIAMI GP: Everything you need to know about F1's newest race – including how the track was designed Video HIGHLIGHTS: All the key moments from qualifying as Hamilton beats the Red Bulls to poleReportVerstappen takes victory from Hamilton and Norris in action-packed Grand Prix at ImolaDownload the Official F1 App© 2003-2021 Formula One World Championship Limited.

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