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2022 F1 Track Info : Miami Grand Prix Manager Tom Garfinkel gives “Blown away” Infrastructure and Landscape of the Miami Circuit

Miami Grand Prix 2022 requires some good brain storming and execution - adds Tom Garfinkel, the Miami Grand Prix managing partner

Miami Grand Prix 2022 has come up as the latest addition to the F1’s calendar for the next year. As the authorities look into making this event a ‘Grand success’, plans are on to move the event to a stadium instead of the Bayfront area.

The organizers are planning to create an environment where people get mesmerized by the surroundings’ beauty. Tom Garfinkel, who stands as the Miami Grand Prix managing partner, further brought some key points forward in similar regards.

“We want to create an environment where people are blown away when they get there. It’s going to be completely transformed into a campus with landscaping and all kinds of different opportunities and food and beverage areas,” Garfinkel said.

Tom Garfinkel further says that the Miami GP 2022 event will require a lot of hardwork and planning

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Garfinkel also talked about their plans to revolutionize the concept of the F1 race for all the fans and viewers. The authorities are trying to make the most out of the available space and infrastructure for the event.

“Starting with a blank sheet of paper, being able to design a circuit with the designers and F1 and FIA that has a lot of passing opportunities, there’s going to be vistas really from the stadium which sits at the center of the circuit. You could walk around the top deck of the stadium and see every turn in the racetrack. That’s a pretty unique opportunity.

“I think the infrastructure we have in place, the club spaces, the things we can take advantage of in and around the campus, it’s going to be beautiful. I don’t really see any limitations, in fact, I just see opportunities.”

While being asked about their plan, Garfinkel pointed towards the list of benefits associated with the move. As per him, bringing a perfect racing track amidst the city’s landscape is quite a hard task.

Hence, their team of designers and planners suggested shifting the location away from the bayfront area. Garfinkel adds that their sole motive is to incorporate an event that comes good for everyone-fans, drivers, organizers, and the local residents.

Read More: F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali Feels Ecstatic While Announcing Miami Grand Prix as the Latest Addition to the F1’s 2022 Calender


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