Formula 1 announced Sunday that it has signed a 10-year contract to race in Miami. it will be Second Grand Prize
American soil Next to the race in Austin. F1 owners Liberty Media have always wanted a second race in America to gain popularity in a market that includes IndyCar and NASCAR.
Miami is the 11th location in America to lead Formula 1. Previously, it competed in Riverside, Sebring, Watkins Glen, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix, Indianapolis and the Circuit of the Americas in Austin. The Street Circuit will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and will be 5.41 kilometers long. The pathway has 19 curves, three straight lines, and three potential DRS regions. The expected maximum speed is 320 km / h.
Formula 1 manager Stefano Domenicali said in an initial reaction that he was happy to announce the deal. “The United States is an important and growing market for Formula 1. We believe the second race in America will help us gain popularity. We are working closely with the Hard Rock Stadium team and the FIA to create an exciting race.”
The driver of the Miami race is Tom Garfinkel, director of the Miami Dolphin and Hard Rock Stadium. “We want to bring the greatest sports in the world to Miami and you can’t get bigger than Formula 1. We have worked with professionals to create a great track and we hope the fans enjoy a great race in the varied and dynamic range. Miami.”