Miami Grand Prix 2022: Dates, Location, Track and Other Info

Alisa Barladyan
02 May 2022
10:17

When you think of American sports, think of Miami. The city is the home of many top sports like American Football, basketball, baseball, hockey, tennis, and much more. Formula 1 has also extended its sporting legacy in Miami this year. The Miami Grand Prix 2022 will take place for the first time in Miami. Find out what you should expect from this race, the location, where to buy tickets, and how to watch the Miami Grand Prix.

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Miami International Autodrome
Miami Grand Prix

Location

Hard Rock Stadium
Miami Grand Prix

The Miami GP will be held at the Miami International Autodrome. This will be the first time the championship will be held in a community predominated by African-Americans in the city of Miami Gardens.

When is the 2022 Miami Grand Prix?

The Miami Grand Prix race is set to start on Sunday, May, 8 at 3.30 p.m ET. The entire circuit clocks at about 3.4 miles. It features 19 corners at an average speed of about 139 mph. The circuit has three straights and the longest is 0.795 miles.

There are three DRS zones and according to predictions, F1 drivers are expected to be on full throttle for 58% of the laps at 198 mph estimated speed. The following is a list of driver standings.

DriverCarPoints
Charles LeclercFerrari86
Max VerstappenRed Bull Racing59
Sergio PerezRed Bull Racing54
George RussellMercedes49
Carlos SainzFerrari38
Lando NorrisMcLaren35
Lewis HamiltonMercedes28
Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo24
Esteban OconAlpine20
Kevin MagnussenHaas15
Daniel RicciardoMcLaren11
Yuki TsoundaAlphatauri10
Pierre GaslyAlphatauri6
Sebastian VettelAston Martin4
Fernando AlonsoAlpine2
Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo1
Alexander AlbonWilliams1
Mick SchumacherHaas1
Lance StrollAston Martin0
Nicholas LatifiWilliams0
ico HulkenbergAston Martin0
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Where to Buy Tickets?

If you are an avid F1 fan, grab your ticket and enjoy the action-packed event. The qualifying will be held on Saturday, May 7. So, you can grab a ticket for the whole weekend if you would love to attend both events.

The best places where you can buy Miami Grand Prix tickets are Ticketmaster or Vivid Seats. The two sites have plenty of tickets available based on your budget, location, and the circuit you would love to be on. Vivid Seats have a three-day ticket for people who want to attend all three events.

You can also choose to get a general admission ticket without any assigned seat if you want to save some money. However, it is great to get a grandstand ticket so that you get an assigned seat and watch the race at your convenience.

Sportsbook Favorites

If you are interested in betting for Miami Grand Prix, the following are top favorite sportsbooks:

  • Sportsbet.io
  • BetOnline
  • XBet
  • BetUS
  • Bovada
  • MyBookie
  • G T Bets

How and where to watch?

From US

If you would love to watch the F1 event online, you can watch it through ESPN or ESPN 2 if you are in the US. You can also stream the live event on F1 TV at a starting fee of $9.99 per month. Alternatively, you can watch the event for free by utilizing a seven-day trial at fubo TV. Remember to cancel the free trial if you do not want to subscribe.

From Abroad US

For those abroad from the US, you need to use a VPN to access the free F1 streams.

Conclusion

Miami is a beautiful place known for its rich sports heritage, sandy beaches, and lively multiculturalism. The Miami Grand Prix will be taking place there for the first time. Buy your ticket today and get closer to the speed event. There will also be bigger parties happening off-track in Miami in the beachfront South Florida city as F1 arrives.

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