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Grand Prix 2023: Formula 1: USA Miami GP 2023 – Dates, Schedule and Track in Florida

Grand Prix 2023: Formula 1: USA Miami GP 2023 – Dates, Schedule and Track in Florida

This year’s Formula 1 season’s round no. 5 takes place in Miami – The Grand Prix 2023 will pitch its tents in sunny Florida from May 5 to 7. The course is located around a playground on a private property and is exclusively for the respective race. The history of the Miami GP is very short – the first race took place in 2022. A long-time German GB hope will not be part of the game in 2023 – Sebastian Vettel He has already announced that he will end his Formula 1 career in the 2022 season. Does his one Miami experience have anything to do with it? Last year Vettel finished 17th with Aston Martin – “Almagne, zero points”.

Formula 1: Miami GP 2023 – What are the dates?

Loud Formula 1 Race Calendar 2023 These are the key data at a glance:

  • Run:Miami Grand Prix 2023
  • Date: May 7, 2023
  • Time: 9.30pm German time (3.30pm local time)
  • Way: Miami International Autodrome, Miami (Florida), USA
  • Route Length: 5.41 kilometers

2023 Miami Grand Prix Schedule and Times

These are the dates and times for practice, qualifying and racing (all German time):

  • 1st Free Practice: Friday, May 5, 2023, 8:20 – 9:30 pm
  • 2. Free Training: Saturday, May 6, 2023, 12:00 am – 1:00 am
  • 3. Free Training: Saturday, May 6, 2023, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
  • Qualification: Saturday, May 6, 2023, 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Race: Sunday, May 7, 2023 at 9:30 p.m

Miami GP 2023: Formula 1 track to be Miami International Autodrome

The Miami International Autodrome’s track runs outside Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Its total length is 5.41 kilometers. The circuit has a total of 19 corners with an average speed of 222 km/h. The temporary track was designed specifically for the Miami Grand Prix – it will not be on public roads and will be laid in the plaza around Hard Rock Stadium in the weeks leading up to the race.

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This route was already proposed with a first draft in October 2019. A total of 75 track designs were considered, of which 36 were simulated. Hard Rock Stadium is owned by Stephen Rose. Born in 1940, the American real estate tycoon also owns the Miami Dolphins football team that plays in the National Football League (NFL).

Ross had been trying for years to bring Formula 1 to Miami. Miami Gardens leadership initially voted against building the trail, but reversed their vote on April 14, 2021. On September 2, 2021, the track was officially named “Miami International Autodrome”. It was the second F1 track in the United States after Austin (“Circuit of the Americas”) in Texas. In 2022, it was used in a race for the first time – Dutchman Max Verstappen won for Red Bull.

Here is an overview of the most important details about the route:

  • Route: Miami International Autodrome
  • Length: 5.41 Kilometers
  • Opening: 2022
  • Curves: 19