Miami Grand Prix 2022 Tickets: Tickets to be out soon

Miami Grand Prix 2022 Tickets: Tickets to be out soon

Formula 1 has officially confirmed that the tickets for Miami Grand Prix 2022 will be out soon. The Miami Grand Prix, to be held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, will be present on the 2022 World Cup calendar.

Liberty Media has closed a 10-year agreement with the promoters of the Miami Grand Prix, which will become part of the Formula 1 World Championship in 2022 and with a date yet to be determined.

The circuit will be 5.41 km long, will have 19 curves, three straights and the potential to include as many DRS zones with an estimated maximum speed of 320 km/h. The Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins football club, will be located in the heart of the circuit.

The circuit will be 5.41 km long, will have 19 curves and 3 straights.

The Formula 1 and the FIA are in close contact with the promoter, which is working to build “a new track that will provide high speed on the straights, multiple overtaking opportunities and exciting careers while the highest safety standards are met,” the statement states.

Miami will be the 11th US site for Formula 1, which previously competed at Riverside, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix, Indianapolis and Circuit of the Americas in Austin.

Economic boost for the city

“The race will provide an additional tourism boost and economic impact to local businesses in the greater Miami region,” stated Formula 1.

F1 and the promoter will work closely with the local community to secure a discount allocation at the entrances for Miami Gardens residents, ensuring they have the opportunity to experience the thrill of sport.

In addition, there will be a program to support local businesses and the community to ensure they get the maximum benefit from the career at Miami Gardens, including a STEM education program through F1 in schools, as well as the opportunity for schools to local businesses are part of the race weekend.

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, says he is “delighted to announce that Formula 1 will compete in Miami starting in 2022. The United States is a key market for us and we are very encouraged by our growing reach in the US. The USA, which will be further supported by this exciting second race. We will work closely with the Hard Rock Stadium team and the FIA ​​to ensure that the circuit offers sensational racing , but also leaves a positive and lasting contribution to the people who make up the local community”.

“We thank our fans, Miami Gardens elected officials, and the local tourism industry for their patience and support throughout this process. We look forward to bringing the greatest racing spectacle on the planet to Miami for the first time in the history of our sport.”

Tom Garfinkel, Managing Partner of the Miami Formula 1 Grand Prix, pointed out that “the Hard Rock Stadium entertainment campus in Miami Gardens exists to host the largest global events benefiting the entire Miami metropolitan region and Formula racing 1 are as big as possible”.

“We have worked with specialist designers to create a track that we, Formula 1 and the FIA ​​believe will provide excellent racing and we look forward to creating the best possible fan experience, reflecting the diverse and dynamic nature of Miami.”

“I want to thank Formula 1 and the elected officials of Miami Gardens and Miami Dade County for their work to bring about this high-impact event in the area for years to come.”

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