The Miami International Autodrome is the new street circuit that hosts the Miami Grand Prix, round 5 of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship.
It is a temporary track, with hints of Melbourne’s Albert Park about it and it runs around the Miami Garden Hard Rock Stadium. The layout looks very interesting with the cars set to rush around a total of 19 corners over its 5.41 kilometres. Despite it being a street circuit, it is also very fast, with three long straights, each with a DRS zone, where cars can hit speeds of 320 km/h. Although the track is largely flat, it does have some gradient changes, the trickiest being the section between turns 13 and 16, while the chicane at turns 14 and 15 is slightly uphill on entry and then immediately drops down towards the exit.
After Indianapolis, Sebring, Riverside, Watkins Glen, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix and Austin, Miami is the eleventh venue for a Formula 1 Grand Prix in the USA.