Miami Grand Prix

The 2024 Miami Grand Prix is the sixth race of the 2024 Formula 1 World Championships, held on May 3-5, 2024, in Miami Gardens, Florida, United States.
Date:May 3 - 5
Circuit:Miami International Autodrome
Location:Miami Gardens, Florida
Circuit Length:5.412 km (3.363 miles)
Race Distance:57 Laps, 308.326 km (191.584 miles)
Record Lap:1:29.708 - Max Verstappen (2023)
Last Winner:Max Verstappen 
Number of Turns:19
The Miami Grand Prix is one of the newest races in a Formula 1 calendar, as the race was held for the first time in 2022. Since its inception, the race has always been synonymous with glitz and glamour, attracting star names and bringing a different experience to regular Formula One fans.
While there were multiple races held in the United States in the past, the first proposal to hold a race in Miami as part of the Formula 1 World Championship was submitted back in 2018, with the year 2019 already scheduled as the inaugural GP. However, those plans were canceled, especially because of the proposed location, PortMiami.
Later, another proposal was submitted, this time for a race at Hard Rock Stadium in 2021. While the race didn't debut in 2021, it made its way to the F1 calendar in 2022, with the inaugural Miami Grand Prix being held on May 8, 2022.
The Miami Grand Prix is annually held at the Miami International Autodrome in Miami Gardens, Florida, in the United States. It's a purpose-built temporary circuit built around Hard Rock Stadium.
The track's length is 5.412 kilometers (3.363 miles), with 19 corners, with a total capacity of 65,000. The average speed around the Miami International Autodrome during an F1 race is around 230km/h (140 mph).
The Miami Grand Prix was the fifth race in the Formula 1 World Championships calendar in 2022 and 2023, but in 2024, due to some changes, the race is the sixth Grand Prix on the calendar.
The race distance is 308.326 kilometers (191.584 miles) across 57 laps, and in 2023, Max Verstappen recorded the fastest-ever official lap at the Miami Grand Prix when he raced around one lap in 1:29.708 during his second Miami Grand Prix win.