VIDEO l F1 releases virtual lap of the new Miami Grand Prix

The Florida street circuit will feature in the series calendar for 10 years from 2022

By F1total.ca staff
@F1total_ca

The Miami GP will be held in the second quarter of the year and take place in a 5.41km long street circuit (Photo: F1/Twitter)

F1 has released a virtual lap of the recently announced Miami Grand Prix that will join the calendar as soon as next year.

The Florida event signed a 10-year deal with the series and will become the fourth North American Grand Prix to the current calendar,  which includes The Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, the Austin Grand Prix in Texas and the Mexican Grand Prix in Mexico City.

The Miami Grand Prix will be held in the second quarter of the year and take place in a 5.41km long street circuit. It will have an expected average speed of 223km/h or 138mph and a top speed of 320km/h or 198mph.

The new track will sit next to the Hard Rock Stadium complex, home of the NFL franchise the Miami Dolphins.

Watch the virtual lap below