The Miami International Autodrome is a purpose-built temporary circuit around Hard Rock Stadium and its private facilities in the Miami suburb of Miami Gardens, Florida. The track is 3.363 mi (5.412 km) long and features 19 corners with an anticipated average speed of around 139 mph (223 km/h). The track was designed and delivered by Formula One track designers, Apex Circuit Design, for the Miami Grand Prix, which was added to the Formula One calendar for the 2022 World Championship.[2][3][4][5]


The track had been proposed as early as October 2019 with an initial design at the venue, with up to 75 circuit designs having been considered, and 36 being simulated.[2][6] The stadium's owner, Stephen Ross, had been attempting to attract Formula One for several years before the initial design was published.[7] Organizers for the Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium had an agreement in principle to host a race from 2021, but this was delayed.[8][9] Miami Gardens commissioners had initially voted against the track's creation, but this was reversed on April 14, 2021.[10] On September 2, 2021, the track was officially named as the "Miami International Autodrome".[11]


This circuit, which is on the private grounds of Hard Rock Stadium, uses new and existing roads within. The new permanent asphalt pathways of the circuit are integrated into the Hard Rock Stadium parking areas. The circuit is a temporary-type circuit, and does not use any public streets that are located around Hard Rock Stadium, though it does cross public roads. Each year and a few weeks before the race weekend, the circuit and its safety features are assembled just for the race weekend. After the race weekend, the circuit is dismantled and Hard Rock Stadium grounds are converted back to normal.[12]

Lap records

The official race lap records at the Miami International Autodrome are listed as:

Category Time Driver Vehicle Event
Grand Prix Circuit: 3.363 miles (5.412 km) (2022)
Formula One 1:31.361 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing RB18 2022 Miami Grand Prix
W Series 1:56.406[13] Abbi Pulling Tatuus F.3 T-318 2022 Miami W Series round
Porsche Carrera Cup 2:00.925[14] Sebastian Carazo Porsche 911 (992) GT3 Cup 2022 Miami Porsche Sprint Challenge North America round


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