Miami International Autodrome

The Miami International Autodrome is a racing venue that hosts one of the races of the Formula One World Championship - the Miami Grand Prix.
Location:Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida, United States
Circuit Length:5.412 km (3.363 miles)
Number of Turns:19
Record Lap:1:29.708 - Max Verstappen (2023)
Opened:May 7, 2022
Architect:Apex Circuit Design
The Miami International Autodrome is located at Hard Rock Stadium, in Miami Gardens, Florida, in the United States. The circuit was opened on May 7, 2022, and it was designed by Apex Circuit Design, a British race track design company.
The racing track in Miami is a purpose-built temporary circuit, and it's one of the most fascinating tracks in the Formula One calendar, as it's built around the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and the facilities around it. It is 5.412 kilometers (3.363 miles) long and has 19 turns.
The Miami International Autodrome serves as a racing track for the Miami Grand Prix, which was first held in 2022, but the race as proposed earlier, was supposed to be held around PortMiami.
But after those plans changed, the race proposal was submitted for a race at the Hard Rock Stadium, as the race track had already been proposed in 2019, with multiple different circuit designs.
Initially, the Miami Gardens commissioners had voted against creating the track, but after the decision was revised, nothing could stop the Miami International Autodrome from hosting the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, which was held on May 8, 2022.
Like every circuit that hosts a Formula One race, the Miami International Autodrome is also an FIA Grade 1 circuit, which can accommodate up to 65,000 spectators during a single Grand Prix day.
The circuit is assembled every year just before the Grand Prix, and after that, it's given back to the original state, as the Hard Rock Stadium hosts NFL matches of Miami Dolphins, as well as the tennis tournament Miami Open, and many other sporting events.