The Miami Grand Prix shows flashes of what the future of F1 could be

MIAMI – Close your eyes.

Imagine the heat in Florida in May, a light breeze as the afternoon storms and sun approach. You walk through a crowded fence, shrugging your shoulders past Michael Jordan, Serena Williams and David Beckham as they try to get to the garages. In the distance, you hear the roar of fans, who almost muffle the sounds of Formula 1 cars circling around the track built only last year around one of the most famous entertainment venues in the United States.


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