Host Formula 1 in 2022 to Miami

In 2022, an innovative and new track is coming on the way to Formula 1.

Since 1959, South Florida will host the first race series in the sunshine state.

About three hours before Emilia Romagna’s event, the news of the Miami Grand Prix was revealed. There is a big deal of 10-years signed in to convey the first race to South Florida. Although there is no certified date for this race, an estimated plan is to hold this first race in the second half of 2022.

In Miami Gardens, at Hard Rock Stadium Complex, the Miami GP circuit will be held. That is the home to the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins.

At the core of the 5.41-kilometer route, the Hard Rock Stadium contains 19 corners and three straights. The designs of all the straights may depend on DRS zones.

This program will also support Miami’s local businesses and the public and deeply affect Miami’s economy.

Stefano Domenicali, president & CEO of Formula 1, said in a release:

“We are excited to announce that Formula 1 will be running in Miami beginning in 2022. “The USA is a crucial development marketplace for us, and we get inspiration through our rising influence in the US. This growth will encourage by our electrifying second race. We will work faithfully with the squad from Hard Rock Stadium and the FIA to safeguard the circuit brings thrilling race. But also teaches an optimistic and long-lasting involvement to the individuals in the local community.”

“Thankful to our fans, the Miami Gardens chose officials and the local tourism trade for their tolerance and sustenance through this method. We are looking for advance to carrying the utmost contesting show on the earth to Miami in our sport’s history for the first time.”

The Miami Gardens location will be the second occasion to be apprehended in South Florida.  At Sebring International Raceway, the first U.S. Grand Prix held on a road sequence was slightly more than 150 miles to the northwest. Since the Championship started in 1950, it’s the 11th venue. Formula 1 has been tracked in the United States. In October this year, F1 is set to battle at Circuit of the Americas in Tex, Austin.

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