Miami Grand Prix Tickets
The most popular sport on the planet is coming to Miami when Formula One racing takes to the track at the Miami International Autodrome at Hard Rock Stadium. The Miami Grand Prix will race over 3 days at a track setup around the famous football stadium, which is officially being called the Miami International Autodrome for the race. The crowds for an F1 race in Miami will be huge as race fans from around the World are coming to South Florida to be part of this epic experience. The Miami GP race is early in the year, so every driver on the grid has a great chance to get on the podium in South Florida.
There are single day tickets for the Miami Grand Prix, as well as, 3-day passes. Fans can choose whether they want to attend on Friday, Saturday or Sunday (for the main race) or be there for the entire weekend. All tickets for the Miami GP will be digital tickets accessed via smart phone. Expect the race to be full of action on the track, but also there will be plenty of entertainment setup around the race for fans to have an amazing time in Florida for the weekend.
2022 Miami GP Race Schedule
- Friday, May 6th: Practice sessions
- Saturday, May 7th: Practice and Qualifying
- Sunday, May 8th: Race Day (Miami Grand Prix)
What is the best day to attend the Miami Grand Prix? Friday is the practice day and provides a great chance to see the best drivers trying out their car on the Florida track. Friday is typically the least expensive ticket, so definitely a good value for fans wanting to attend on a budget. Saturday at F1 Miami is qualifying day which will decide the pole sitter and what order the cars sit on the grid on race day. The fastest laps of the weekend will be on Saturday, so fans can enjoy a day full of action at a fraction of the price of the main race. Sunday is the Miami Grand Prix, when every driver is out to earn a place on the podium and earn some critical points towards the championship race. The crowds on Sunday are the largest and there are plenty of celebrities in attendance. Sunday ticket prices are the highest of the three day weekend, but provide a ton of action for those in attendance.
Miami Grand Prix Event
The best teams and drivers in Formula One are coming to South Florida for one of F1's newest races in Miami. Fans of auto racing will see the top teams from Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes, Red Bull Racing and more racing on a hot, new track. The Miami GP is scheduled early in the F1 race calendar, so every team and driver will be still adjusting to their 2022 car. That means expect some great action on the grid as anything may happen.
Since the Grand Prix will be run around the stadium and surrounding roads, this won't be a typical event at Hard Rock Stadium. There will be limited on-site parking, mostly reserved for staff and operations. Most guests will find parking off-site, where they can walk or take Miami GP shuttles to the track (Miami Intl Autodrome). A wide selection of Miami GP Parking are available here.
Since the race grid is outside of Hard Rock Stadium, there is room inside the stadium to host the F1 Fan Zone. The whole of the stadium will be available, so expect Miami GP to put on a great set of F1 related events inside the stadium over the three days of the race. All Miami GP ticket holders will have access to the F1 Fan Zone and there will plenty of great attractions, merchandise, concessions and more inside for all race fans to enjoy.
The Miami GP joins the other F1 races in the USA, the US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas and the Vegas Grand Prix in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fans interested in attending other races in North America can also find great seats for the Canadian Grand Prix and Mexican Grand Prix, as well as, a select number of international Formula One races like Monaco.