Miami Grand Prix

Race Information

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  • Course: Miami International Autodrome, Miami, Florida, United States
  • Course Length: 3.362 miles (5.412 kilometers)
  • Distance: 57 laps, 191.584 miles (308.326 kilometers)
  • Date:
  • 2023 Winner: Max Verstappen

🏆 Miami GP Odds

The Miami Grand Prix takes place at the Miami International Autodrome in Miami, Florida. It’s a temporary circuit and one of the newest tracks on the Formula 1 calendar. In 2023, it became one of three Formula 1 races to take place in the United States.

For those interested in F1 betting, it’s a year with lots of opportunities to engage with different types of bets, from predicting race winners to more complex wagers like podium finishes and constructor championships. Red Bull leads the constructors’ odds, closely followed by other top teams like McLaren and Mercedes, which also reflect their competitive standings

In the 2024 Formula 1 season, Max Verstappen is the favorite to continue his dominance, with odds placing him significantly ahead of other competitors in both individual races and the Drivers’ Championship overall. The betting odds for the season show Verstappen at around -370 to -700 to win the championship.

F1 Betting Odds
DriverTeamOdds *Last Updated: 4/30/2024
Max VerstappenRed Bull-700
Sergio PerezRed Bull+1100
Charles LeclercFerrari+1800
Carlos SainzFerrari+2000
Lando NorrisMcLaren+2000
George RussellMercedes+4000
Lewis HamiltonMercedes+4000
Oscar PiastriMcLaren+5000
Fernando AlonsoAston Martin+8000
Lance StrollAston Martin+30000

🚥 Miami GP F1 Sprint Race

The 2024 Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix features a  F1 sprint race that adds dimension to the race weekend. This event is a high-octane, 100-kilometer dash where drivers push their limits from start to finish without any pit stops.

The Sprint Race, scheduled for Saturday during the Grand Prix weekend, aims to provide intense and action-packed racing, enhancing the overall spectacle.

The race weekend begins on Friday with practices and qualifying sessions that set up the grid for the main Grand Prix on Sunday, while the results from Saturday’s Sprint influence the starting positions for Sunday’s race.

The Sprint Race not only offers fans more racing action but also allows drivers to earn extra points, making every position fiercely contested.

The Miami GP is notable for being part of a broader strategy to incorporate F1 sprint races into more Formula 1 events, offering a compact race format that stands out from the traditional Grand Prix format.

F1 Race Schedule

F1 Championship:

  • 10:30 a.m. ET – Free Practice 1 
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Sprint Shootout

F1 Championship:

  • 10:00 a.m. ET – Sprint Race
  • 2:00 p.m. ET – Qualifying

F1 Championship:

  • 2:00 p.m. ET – Miami GP
F1 Race Results
1Lando NorrisMcLaren
2Max VerstappenRed Bull
3Charles LeclercFerrari
4Sergio PerezRed Bull
5Carlos Sainz Jr.Ferrari
6Lewis HamiltonMercedes
7Yuki TsunodaRB
8George RussellMercedes
9Fernando AlonsoAston Martin
10Esteban OconAlpine

Current F1 Standings - 2023 Season

🏁 Miami GP History & Highlights

The first Formula 1 Grand Prix at Miami was held in 2022 three years after initial proposals for a track. The Miami International Autodrome is a temporary circuit built around Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, home to the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. It was designed by Formula 1 track designers Apex Circuit Design. Thirty-six layouts were simulated before settling on the final circuit layout.

In 2022, it became the 11th different venue in the United States to host an Formula 1 Grand Prix. The circuit uses existing and new roads in its layout and new permanent asphalt has been integrated into the Hard Rock Stadium parking areas for future use. The circuit and safety features take a few weeks for assembly before the race weekend and are subsequently dismantled following the Grand Prix weekend and returned to normal conditions.

Circuit Information

The Miami International Autodrome is 3.362 miles in length with 19 corners.

The current Formula 1 lap record is 1:29.708 set by Max Verstappen in the 2023 Miami Grand Prix. The circuit’s seating capacity is 65,000.

The circuit includes three Drag Reduction System (DRS) zones and an estimated top speed of nearly 200 mph.

Formula 1 organizers aimed to create a similar vibe to the Australian Grand Prix street circuit in Albert Park, Melbourne.

Miami GP FAQs

Who won last year’s Miami Grand Prix?

Max Verstappen won the 2023 Miami Grand Prix for Red Bull.

Who designed the Miami Grand Prix track?

Apex Circuit Design came up with the track layout.

Where in Miami is the Miami Grand Prix track?

It’s in Miami Gardens, surrounding the Miami Dolphins’ stadium.

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