Fresh progress photos have been shared as the Miami International Autodrome gets set to host F1 for the first time on 6-8 May.
Built next to the Hard Rock Stadium, home of NFL team the Miami Dolphins, and part of an expansive site campus, the 5.4-kilometre, 19-turn track is now "95 per cent complete" – one year on from construction work starting.
It will feature three DRS zones, with simulations predicting drivers to be on full throttle for more than half of the lap, along with a top speed of 320km/h.
"We are delighted with the progress we have made and it's a huge credit to the hard work of the team here in Miami, in consultation with both Formula 1 and the FIA, to get this circuit finished in a tight timeline," said Miami Grand Prix CEO Richard Cregan.
"We have tried to create a track that drivers love to race on and a campus that offers unique, best-in-class fan experiences."
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