Miami Grand Prix’s capacity boost as first round of ticket sales begin

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Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix 2024 grandstand and hospitality tickets have gone on sale, with race organisers increasing the capacity to 100,000 fans per day. 

The increase should mean across the weekend an extra 30,000 fans will be able to descend on Miami International Autodrome at Hard Rock Stadium next year. 

Next year’s event will still feature the same grandstands as the previous two editions, but with increased capacity at more popular areas such as the start/finish straight and Turn 1.

The least expensive grandstand tickets will be located in the North Beach or South Beach grandstands, with prices starting at $675 (£531/€616) per person for a three-day ticket. Family grandstand tickets begin at $775 per person, while Marina grandstand tickets will cost a minimum of $850 per person for three days.

Autonation grandstand tickets at Turn 18 and Turn 1 grandstand tickets will start at $1,300 per person for the full weekend. The most expensive grandstand option is the Start/Finish grandstand, where tickets will cost a minimum of $1,600 per person.

There will also be a number of different hospitality tickets on offer, including the Hard Rock Beach Club, which will offer fans a view between Turns 11 and 13 as well as exclusive performances. It will set back fans $2,000 to be granted just deck access to the Hard Rock Beach Club for the three-day package.

Casa Tua Trackside Club will enable fans to have a view at the first corner, while the Boathouse will provide views of Turns 4 and 5. Tickets are available from $5,000 for Friday to Sunday.

The Villas and The Vista will have tickets from $7,000 per person for three days at Turn 1, with 72 Club at Turn 4, the Turn 18 Club and the Turn 18 suites also available.

“We are delighted to be able to release tickets for next year’s race so early,” said Tyler Epp, president of the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix. “Thanks to the huge investment into Miami International Autodrome made by Stephen Ross and under the vision and leadership of Tom Garfinkel, this year’s race built on the foundations of our first event and took the spectator experience to a new level, which we aim to further for 2024. It’s also incredible to see the significant economic impact the race has had on the local area with $449m directly benefitting the Greater Miami region, and we look forward to building on that in 2024 and beyond.”

General admission tickets are expected to go on sale later this year.