Formula One Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix Sees Success in Second Year
The second annual Formula One Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix is set to take place this weekend.
The inaugural event, held in 2021, drew in a total of 242,955 people over the three–day weekend and the demand for tickets this year has already surpassed that of the previous year. South Florida Motorsports, which is the Miami Dolphins’ subsidiary for their F1 efforts, have taken steps to make this year’s event even better than the first.
Additions to the event include a new permanent paddock club above the team pits area, ten widened pedestrian bridges, a fan zone with simulators, photo opportunities, food trucks and a Heineken beer garden, a Jack Daniel’s whiskey bar, a 90–foot video board, and more water stations and shaded areas for fans. The circuit around the venue, named the Miami International Autodrome, is set to be filled with a wide variety of activities for fans to enjoy.
General admission tickets for the three–day event are available online for $590 for a Campus Pass and $800 for a grandstand seat. This year’s race is also made possible by Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and Vice Chairman and CEO Tom Garfinkel’s continued investment in the event. After spending tens of millions of dollars on the buildout of the campus for last year’s inaugural race, Ross has once again gone above and beyond to make sure fans have the best possible experience.
“The first year is always the first year, and we knew that going in, and it’s kind of as we expected,” said Epp. “But we’re still in really good shape, the demand has been really good and very healthy and we’re going to be in a wonderful situation here.”
The Formula One Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix is set to be an exciting and memorable event that will surely be talked about for weeks to come. Fans from all over the world are expected to attend and partake in the festivities, making it a great opportunity to explore the sights and sounds of Miami. With all that the race has to offer, it is sure to make an impact for years to come and a great lead into American audiences with the Las Vegas race rounded for later in the season.