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F1 confirms race in Miami from 2022

Formula One cars will race in Miami next year after the sport announced a ten-year deal to host a Miami Grand Prix, starting in 2022. The long-awaited race will take place on a new 3.36-mile track that loops around Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the Miami Dolphins. The circuit will have 19 corners and three long straights, with cars expected to hit top speeds of 198mph. The exact date of the race will be determined at a later time. Editor's Picks How Hamilton and Mercedes turned the tables on Red Bull Ricciardo to drive Earnhardt's 1984 car after first McLaren podium 1 Related F1 has been working on bringing a race to Miami for a number of years and originally hoped to race around the...
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