Miami GP organization shares new images of F1 circuit construction

For years, Formula 1 had the desire to stage a second grand prix in the US and soon Miami was set as a hopeful location. Three and a half years after the first rumors emerged, the motorsport royal class has known Finally made a deal last April, and put the city of Florida on the F1 calendar for ten years from 2022. However, a concession had to be offered in terms of location: the heart of Miami was replaced by Miami Gardens, with a street circuit built around the Miami Dolphin’s Hard Rock Stadium.

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It is now clear that the Miami Grand Prix will take place between May 6-8 this year, which means that the organization has only four months left to hand over the circuit and get it approved to organize Formula One races. At the same time, this means that hard work is currently being done on building the circuit. Video footage of the construction of Turn 4 and 5 was shared on social media last month, and pictures have now been published showing progress in building other parts of the circuit. The construction of the first wings was also announced this week.

The Miami Grand Prix will be the second Formula 1 race on US soil. The US Grand Prix has been on the agenda since 2012, and that race will continue to exist after the showdown in Miami.

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Working on the Miami F1 circuit


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Working on the Miami F1 circuit

Working on the Miami F1 circuit

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