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Miami Grand Prix Tickets

Miami Grand Prix Tickets Tickets

The 2025 Miami GP race will once again be at the the Miami International Autodrome (located at Hard Rock Stadium). It starts on Friday for practice sessions. The Sprint race (qualifying) is on Saturday. The main F1 race is Sunday. Fans can purchase individual tickets, or a 3-day race ticket package.

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2025 Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix

  • Next Date is Friday, 05/02/2025 at 6:59 AM at Miami International Autodrome in Miami Gardens, FL
  • 131 Tickets Available for Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix - 3 Day Pass Starting at $442 Each
  • Just 313 Days Left to Purchase Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix Tickets

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Miami Grand Prix Tickets

The Miami GP is raced over 3 days, so there are single day tickets for the Miami Grand Prix, as well as, 3-day passes. 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 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 Sprint Race on Saturday adds an extra day of F1 racing action that fans love.

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 GP tickets will be digital tickets accessed via smart phone.

The Miami GP joins the other F1 races in North America like the US Grand Prix in Texas and the Vegas Grand Prix in Nevada. Fans interested in attending other races can also buy tickets here for the Canadian Grand Prix and Mexican Grand Prix, as well as, a select number of international Formula One races.

Miami GP Parking

There is limited on-site parking and the track states there is no official parking available if you show up on race day without a parking pass. Therefore many customers choose to pre-purchase a Miami GP Parking to have a smooth experience on race day.

Miami GP at the International Autodrome

The Miami Grand Prix is raced at the Intl Autodrome located at Hard Rock Stadium. The circuit is 3.3 miles and feature 19 turns with 3 straightaways. The track feature 3 DRS Zones with an estimated top speed of almost 200 mph. It is an exciting track to watch an F1 race and fans from across the World come to be part of the action in Miami. The best places to sit include:

  • Paddock Club: The most exclusive place to sit at any F1 race is also the most expensive. Offers a great view of the action in the paddock, this area is also typically where race VIPs, and celebrities, will be located. There are very few of these available to purchase, and they may sell for $10,000 per ticket, but fans who want the ultimate experience want Paddock Club tickets.
  • Start/Finish Grandstand: Includes Sections 1 through 17 (rows A-Z). Sections 11 & 12 are located close to the finish line. This may be the most popular place to sit as the view of the critical start to the race.
  • Turn 1 Grandstand: Includes Sections 1 through 9 (rows A-FF). Fans here will be right on top of the cars going into Turn 1 and have a view down the start/finish straightaway. These seats are our favorite tickets to recommend to clients attending the race, as they offer close up view of this critical first turn of the race.
  • Turn 18 Grandstand Includes Sections 1 through 17 (row A is first row). Fans with tickets in this Grandstand will see the F1 cars race to the finish line through the sharp turn at Turn 17 and 18. There may also be some visibility to the start/finish straightaway.
  • Marina Grandstand: Includes Sections 1-14. Each of these sections has approximately 27 rows starting with row A.
  • Fountain View Grandstand: Includes Sections L1-F5 where the middle three sections (L2-L4) have 24 Rows and the outer sections (L1 & L5) have fewer.
  • Family Grandstand: Includes Sections 1-5 with each section having about 27 rows.
  • Beach Grandstand: Includes the North Beach Grandstands (Sections N1-N16) and South Beach Grandstands (Sections S1-S8). Sitting on top of Turn 12 and 13. Tickets in Beach Grandstand are going to be some of the cheapest offered for the Miami GP.

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