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Would you pay $14,000 for tickets to the Miami Grand Prix? Micah Adams •


It’s officially race week in Miami.

Max Verstappen has picked off right where he left off in 2023, starting from the pole in all five races and winning four of them to build a commanding early lead atop the F1 standings. Carlos Sainz, who won the Australian GP, is the only other driver to win a race so far this season.

While it would take a Herculean effort to knock Verstappen off at any track given his form, that’s particularly true at Miami where he won in both 2022 and 2023. He finished five seconds ahead of second-place Sergio Perez last year in Miami despite starting ninth. Back in the inaugural Miami race in 2022, the Dutch champion led 48 of 57 laps to finish ahead of both Ferrari cars, Charles Leclerc and Sainz.

American fans hoping to see Logan Sargeant claim points in his homecoming — the U.S. driver grew up just minutes down the road in Ft. Lauderdale — should temper expectations. The Williams driver has yet to finish higher than 14th in four races so far in 2024.

Hoping to catch the dominant Verstappen in the Miami Grand Prix? Here’s everything to know about the best seats, best views and best tickets for the race.

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Currently, the cheapest available tickets for a three-day pass on StubHub are $359. The get-in price on Sunday just for the championship race runs for about $240. Grandstand tickets close to the start-finish line are starting at just under $500.

On the other end, those wanting the full VIP experience can purchase a three-day pass for the The 72 Club for as much as $14,000. The Miami GP track also includes a one-of-a-kind Hard Rock Beach Club experience with tickets starting at $1,150

For the second straight season, Formula 1 will have three Grand Prixs in the United States. It’s just the second time Las Vegas will host a race and the third for Miami.

The Florida race will be in the spring in May while the western Grand Prixs will be in the fall.

The F1 season officially began with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 2. In all, there are 24 races on the 2024 F1 calendar. Fortunately for race fans, tickets for every race are available on StubHub.

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