Formula 1 enthusiasts in North and Central America will have a few races to anticipate in the future. The first-ever Miami Grand Prix will take place in May 2022 in Miami Gardens, FL.
We’re thrilled to see what intensity F1 drivers have in store for Florida and the Eastern Seaboard. In addition, the annual Canadian Grand Prix will be held in June, when Montreal is beautiful throughout the summer.
The U.S. Grand Prix will return to Austin, TX in October this year, bringing the Formula 1 racing season to a close for North Americans. The Mexico City Grand Prix is the final event of the 2022 Formula 1 racing season for us in North America.
Each Grand Prix has a distinct history, renown, and infamy. The courses are home to triumphs and failures for each Formula 1 racer. When, in 2018, Daniel Ricciardo won the CDMX Grand Prix—a victory that both humiliates and inspires him—that was when I started to get interested. Or consider how, in 2021, renowned Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton won the Bahrain Grand Prix and must now defend his title in 2022.
Formula 1 Racing has a lot of competition, drama, intrigue, not to mention speed. With automobiles reaching speeds over 200 mph and accidents occurring at the same rate, Formula 1 is one of the most high-octane sports in the world.
Formula 1 Racing is competitive motorsport for drivers that features racing cars, similar to the ones seen in Formula One. Don’t miss out on this wave of interest in Formula 1 as it takes over the United States. You’ll want to be a part of all the drama that’s ahead. We’ve got you covered when it comes to this new pastime, obsession, and with all North American Formula 1.