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Miami Grand Prix to make Formula One debut in 2022

The first Formula One Grand Prix in Miami will happen on 8 May 2022, organisers mentioned in an announcement on Thursday.

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The race will likely be run in Miami Gardens, some 30km north of the long-lasting Miami Beach. 

The circuit is constructed across the Hard Rock Stadium, residence of the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League and centre court docket for the Miami Open tennis event. Dolphins chief government office Tom Garfinkel is the promoter of the GP. 

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“The circuit construction is progressing in line with expectations, and now that we have our date confirmed with Formula 1, we can rapidly follow up with revealing more of the detail of the experience that will be enjoyed at the trackside,” mentioned the chief government of the GP, Richard Cregan. 

“We look forward to embracing an entirely new global sporting occasion.”

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The United States has hosted a GP in Austin, Texas since 2012, however F1 is wanting to achieve extra of a foothold in the land of IndyCar and NASCAR. 

The Miami GP would be the first race in Florida for the reason that inaugural US Grand Prix at Sebring International Raceway in 1959 when Jack Brabham ran out of petrol 400 metres from the end and had to push his automobile throughout the road to safe the world championship. 

Miami would be the eleventh US F1 website  after  Sebring, Riverside in Los Angeles, Watkins Glen in New York State, Long Beach in California, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix, Indianapolis and Austin. 

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The provisional 2022 calendar incorporates a document 23 races, though it wants to be ratified by the World Motor Sport Council on October 15. 

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Full leaked 2022 F1 schedule is as follows:

March 20 – Bahrain Grand Prix

March 27 – Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

April 10 – Australian Grand Prix

April 24 – Chinese Grand Prix

May 8 – Miami Grand Prix

May 22 – Spanish Grand Prix

May 29 – Monaco Grand Prix

June 12 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix

June 19 – Canadian Grand Prix

July 3 – British Grand Prix

July 10 – Austrian Grand Prix

July 17 – French Grand Prix or Imola Grand Prix

July 31 – Hungarian Grand Prix

August 28 – Belgian Grand Prix

September 4 – Dutch Grand Prix

September 11 – Italian Grand Prix

September 25 – Russian Grand Prix

October 2 – Turkish Grand Prix or Singapore Grand Prix

October 9 – Japanese Grand Prix

October 23 – United States Grand Prix

October 30 – Mexican Grand Prix

November 13 – Brazilian Grand Prix

November 20 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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