2024 Miami Grand Prix Weekend Information

1107th F1 GRAND PRIX | 3rd MIAMI GRAND PRIX | 3rd GRAND PRIX AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AUTODROME

2023 POLESITTER: SERGIO PEREZ | 2023 WINNER: MAX VERSTAPPEN


The highly anticipated Miami Grand Prix made its debut on the Formula 1 calendar around Hard Rock Stadium in 2022. The 2024 Miami Grand Prix is set to take place on May 3-5.


2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX: WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Friday May 3
Free Practice 1 – TBC Local Time / TBC UK Time
Qualifying – TBC Local Time / TBC UK Time

Saturday May 4
Sprint Shootout – TBC Local Time / TBC UK Time
Sprint – TBC Local Time / TBC UK Time

Sunday May 5
The 2024 Miami Grand Prix – 4pm Local Time / 9pm UK Time


2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX: WEEKEND MILESTONES

If Max Verstappen wins the 2024 Miami Grand Prix, he will become only the second driver to have won all of the first three races at a circuit in Formula 1 history. The only other driver to have done so is Sebastian Vettel, who won all three races at Buddh International Circuit between 2011 and 2013.

No driver other than Max Verstappen has won the Miami Grand Prix so far in its history. He could extend the consecutive win record at the track to three this weekend, or another driver could become the second to win at Miami International Autodrome.

Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez are currently tied as the drivers with the most poles at the Miami Grand Prix, with one each. Either driver could become the first to record multiple poles at the track. Likewise, Ferrari or Red Bull could become the first team to record multiple poles here.

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WHAT HAS CHANGED AT THE CIRCUIT SINCE LAST YEAR?

Any changes to the circuit since the previous F1 race at the track will be posted here.


HOW MANY DRS ZONES WILL THERE BE AT THE 2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX?

It’s yet to be announced how many DRS zones there will be at the 2024 Miami Grand Prix. Last year, there were three DRS zones.. The activation zones are located after Turn 9, after Turn 16 and at the apex of Turn 19. Two of the DRS zones were shortened compared to 2022.


MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AUTODROME TRACK GUIDE

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WHO WILL BE IN THE 2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX PRESS CONFERENCES?

The world’s media will have the opportunity to talk to the drivers ahead of the on-track action. The drivers appearing in the press conference for this race are yet to be announced.

The media will also be talking to prominent members of Formula 1’s teams in a separate press conference over the race weekend. The team members appearing in the press conference are yet to be announced.


WHO WILL BE THE RACE DIRECTOR AT THE 2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX?

Niels Wittich will be the race director at the 2024 Miami Grand Prix.


WHO WILL BE THE DRIVER STEWARD AT THE 2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX?

Each weekend a former Formula 1 driver, or a driver from another prominent series of motorsport, joins the stewards to help judge any incidents from a drivers’ perspective. The Driver Steward this weekend is yet to be announced.


WHICH TYRE COMPOUNDS WILL BE USED AT THE 2024 MIAMI GRAND PRIX?

Pirelli are yet to announce which tyre compounds will be used at the 2024 Miami Grand Prix. The C2, C3 and C4 compounds were used in the first two races in Miami.


WHAT HAPPENED LAST TIME AT THE MIAMI GRAND PRIX?

While Perez took pole position, thanks in part to a crash for Leclerc, Red Bull team-mate Verstappen won the 2023 Miami Grand Prix from ninth on the grid.

There were plenty of dramas in Free Practice at the 2023 Miami Grand Prix, with red flags for crashes for both Nico Hulkenberg and Charles Leclerc on Friday. Leclerc’s dramas continued on Saturday as he crashed out again in the closing moments of Q3. The early end to the session left Sergio Perez on pole position, ahead of Fernando Alonso.

Perez maintained his lead at the start of Sunday’s race, while Haas’ Kevin Magnussen – who started an impressive fourth – lost positions. Max Verstappen, who had been unable to set a clean lap in the final part of qualifying and started ninth, was soon making his way through the field. He was up to fourth by Lap 9.

By Lap 15, Verstappen found himself in second place, after passing Spaniards Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso. Sainz’s progress was hampered by a 5-second time penalty for speeding in the pit lane.

Race leader Perez pitted on Lap 21 for hard tyres while Verstappen stayed out until Lap 46 and switched to the medium tyre, with ten laps remaining in which to pass his team-mate for the win. On his softer and fresher rubber, Verstappen soon got the job done to lead home another Red Bull 1-2 finish. Alonso completed the podium with a third place finish.


WHAT’S THE FASTEST EVER LAP AT THE MIAMI GRAND PRIX?

The lap time to beat at the 2024 Miami Grand Prix


Attending the 2024 Miami Grand Prix? Learn more about visiting Hard Rock Stadium in the F1Destinations Travel Guide.

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