The inaugural Miami Grand Prix will take place around Hard Rock Stadium. Here’s how to get to Miami International Autodrome for the 2022 Miami Grand Prix on May 6-8.
Miami International Autodrome is located in the Miami Gardens area of Florida’s second most-populated city. The circuit is set out around the Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins. It is around 25km north of Downtown Miami. Being located around the Hard Rock Stadium – Miami’s largest sporting venue – the circuit already has well-established public transport links.
Airports near Miami International Autodrome
If you’re flying into Miami, there are three airports which serve the city: Miami International Airport (MIA), Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).
Miami International Airport (MIA) is situated 25km south of Miami International Autodrome and is around a 20 minute drive from the circuit. The airport is located 13km northwest of Downtown Miami. It is the busiest airport in the area, with over 1,000 flights arriving and departing daily.
25km northeast of the circuit is Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). Although smaller than Miami International Airport, the airport is a great choice for discount airlines and has over 700 daily flights.
You’re less likely to use Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), which is some 95km north of Miami International Autodrome. This airport has the fewest daily connections of the three airports which serve Miami. Nonetheless, it’s the third busiest airport in the Miami area, serving many domestic routes year-round.
How to get to Miami International Autodrome
By public transport
The cheapest and easiest way to get to Miami International Autodrome is to use public transport. While the Metrorail service can take you from Miami International Airport into the heart of the city, the Metrobus service serves all of the city’s major entertainment centers – including Hard Rock Stadium.
The Metrobus service number 297 is the one which passes by Hard Rock Stadium. The route is accessible from Earlington Heights Station, with a journey time of under 20 minutes. Brownsville Station and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Station are also on this route. Journey times from these stations to Miami International Autodrome are 25 minutes.
The Metrorail service operates from 05:00 to 00:00 seven days a week and, paired with the Metrobus, is a great way of getting around the city during your stay in Miami. You can read more about the sights and attractions in the city in our guide to the best off-track activities.
By shuttle service
Circuit shuttle services are expected to be in operation over the Miami Grand Prix weekend, but details are yet to be announced. This page will be updated when more information is available.
With reasonable prices, taking a taxi or sharing a ride is another convenient way to make your way to Miami International Autodrome. You can ask your hotel to suggest a reputable taxi firm. Reputable firms include Yellow Taxi Miami, Super Yellow Taxi and Miami Taxi Services. There are plenty of taxi stands in downtown Miami. A list of locations of taxi stands can be found here. Tipping is optional but is generally expected for good service.
Uber and Lyft also operate in the area. A ride from downtown Miami to the circuit should cost you no more than $50. Make sure you hire a licensed taxi service. Beware of unlicensed drivers posing as Uber drivers, especially in the area surrounding Hard Rock Stadium.
Limited trackside parking will be available for the Miami Grand Prix, but we don’t recommend driving yourself to the venue. Details are yet to be announced of park and ride services for the Miami Grand Prix weekend; more information will be available closer to the race.