Miami 2024
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Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 3 May, 16:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 3 May, 20:30
Sprint Quali
Sat, 4 May, 16:00
Sprint
Sat, 4 May, 20:00
Qualifying
Sun, 5 May, 20:00
Race
Welcome to the Miami International Autodrome, Formula 1's vibrant recent addition to the World Championship calendar, after its 2022 introduction.
Nestled within the Hard Rock Stadium complex in Miami Gardens, Florida, this circuit brings the spectacle of F1 racing to the heart of one of America's most iconic cities with a fast-paced layout that snakes around the stadium and, yes, a fake marina.
It's an instantly recognisable setting that matches the glitz and glamour of Miami, adding a distinctive flavour to the calendar, and combining top-tier motorsport with entertainment and luxury.
Circuit Overview:
Spanning 5.412 km (3.363 miles) with 19 turns, the Miami International Autodrome features a combination of long straights and tight corners, including the opening Sector 1 sequence around the stadium that brings a wholly new backdrop to the sport.
Sector 2 is a high-speed blast down a DRS straight, with overtaking possible into a technical complex of relentless corners and a tricky chicane before shooting the drivers into the final third.
A 1.2 km arrow-straight run into Turn 17 gives a great chance to pick up a tow from the car in front, and a hairpin left with a short run to the finish line concludes this like-no-other tour of Miami.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Miami International Autodrome
Location: Miami Gardens, Florida
First Grand Prix: 2022
Circuit Length: 5.412 km (3.363 miles)
Race Distance: 308.326 km (191.584 miles)
Laps: 57
Lap Record: 1:29.708 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull, 2023)
2024 Support Series: F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P14
Fastest Lap: 1:31.852 (Lap 55)
Qualifying: P11 (1:27.795)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P20
Fastest Lap: 1:32.384 (Lap 50)
Qualifying: P20 (1:28.577)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Williams Racing's Miami GP History
Best Finish: P9 (Alex Albon, 2022)
Best Qualifying: P11 (Alex Albon, 2023)
Alex's Best Finish: P9 (2022)
Logan's Best Finish: P20 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Alex advanced an incredible nine positions during the inaugural 2022 Miami GP after starting the race from P18.
Miami At A Glance
State Capital: Tallahassee (Florida)
Population: 22 million (Florida)
Size: 170,312 sq km (Florida)
Language: English (Spanish widely spoken)
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
Miami 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 3 May, 16:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 3 May, 20:30
Sprint Quali
Sat, 4 May, 16:00
Sprint
Sat, 4 May, 20:00
Qualifying
Sun, 5 May, 20:00
Race
Welcome to the Miami International Autodrome, Formula 1's vibrant recent addition to the World Championship calendar, after its 2022 introduction.
Nestled within the Hard Rock Stadium complex in Miami Gardens, Florida, this circuit brings the spectacle of F1 racing to the heart of one of America's most iconic cities with a fast-paced layout that snakes around the stadium and, yes, a fake marina.
It's an instantly recognisable setting that matches the glitz and glamour of Miami, adding a distinctive flavour to the calendar, and combining top-tier motorsport with entertainment and luxury.
Circuit Overview:
Spanning 5.412 km (3.363 miles) with 19 turns, the Miami International Autodrome features a combination of long straights and tight corners, including the opening Sector 1 sequence around the stadium that brings a wholly new backdrop to the sport.
Sector 2 is a high-speed blast down a DRS straight, with overtaking possible into a technical complex of relentless corners and a tricky chicane before shooting the drivers into the final third.
A 1.2 km arrow-straight run into Turn 17 gives a great chance to pick up a tow from the car in front, and a hairpin left with a short run to the finish line concludes this like-no-other tour of Miami.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Miami International Autodrome
Location: Miami Gardens, Florida
First Grand Prix: 2022
Circuit Length: 5.412 km (3.363 miles)
Race Distance: 308.326 km (191.584 miles)
Laps: 57
Lap Record: 1:29.708 (Max Verstappen, Red Bull, 2023)
2024 Support Series: F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P14
Fastest Lap: 1:31.852 (Lap 55)
Qualifying: P11 (1:27.795)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P20
Fastest Lap: 1:32.384 (Lap 50)
Qualifying: P20 (1:28.577)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard
Williams Racing's Miami GP History
Best Finish: P9 (Alex Albon, 2022)
Best Qualifying: P11 (Alex Albon, 2023)
Alex's Best Finish: P9 (2022)
Logan's Best Finish: P20 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Alex advanced an incredible nine positions during the inaugural 2022 Miami GP after starting the race from P18.
Miami At A Glance
State Capital: Tallahassee (Florida)
Population: 22 million (Florida)
Size: 170,312 sq km (Florida)
Language: English (Spanish widely spoken)
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
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