Miami Circuit is about to become the latest new FIA Formula 1 venue, and preparations are ongoing to ensure that everything is ready.
Aerial photographs of the Miami International Autodrome, which is now under development in the city of Miami in the US state of Florida, were released on social media by local organizers.
The circuit will be 5.410 kilometers long when completed, with 19 challenging turns. When the inaugural Miami Grand Prix gets underway on May 8, drivers will confront a 57-lap race.
Last October, George Russell and FIA race controller Michael Masi visited the location, describing it as a legitimate track and notably very different from the 1980s races hosted in the parking lot of Caesar’s Palace Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas.
Since the chosen location includes the Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium, work had to be coordinated around the NFL season, as it is still expected to be done on time in time for the Miami Grand Prix which is just over three and a half months from now.