The Miami circuit is a world-renowned race track located in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Constructed in 2014, it is an unparalleled event and entertainment venue featuring a 3.36-mile road course and a 1.14-mile inner layout run by teams from numerous racing series.
Nearest track of a similar category is Sebring International Raceway (218 kilometers away).
1.The Miami Grand Prix is one of the oldest street circuits in the world, having hosted races since 1983.
Michael Schumacher holds the record for most wins at the Miami Grand Prix, with three victories across three different classes: Formula One, GT, and IndyCar.
The circuit is composed of 14 turns and runs for a total distance of 2.38 miles (3.83 km).
The average speed of a driver on lap of the Miami Grand Prix is just over 107 miles per hour (172 km/h).
The Miami Grand Prix was once the site of the season-ending race of the CART Championship Series, known as the Grand Prix Americas, from 2002 to 2005.
The track has been home to a wide variety of different racing series, such as the Champ Car Series, the American Le Mans Series, and the Rolex Series.
The 2019 Miami Grand Prix was the first-ever race to be held at the circuit in 10 years.
The Miami Grand Prix was the last venue on the Formula One calendar to use every tire compound available.
American driver Ryan Hunter-Reay holds the best lap time at the circuit, a 1:04.7148, set in 2007.
The longest race ever held at the circuit was the 1999 Renault F1 V10 500, which lasted for an hour and a half.