How to Get to Hard Rock Stadium – 2025 Miami Grand Prix

How to get to Miami International Autodrome for the 2025 Miami Grand Prix. Driving, taxis, ride sharing & public transport options to Hard Rock Stadium,.

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

  • 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.

F1 Experiences Hotel Reservations & Circuit Transfers

Did you know that you can book your hotel and circuit transfers for the Miami Grand Prix with F1 Experiences? Coach transfers are available for F1 Experiences guests who have booked their hotel together with an Official Ticket Package. F1 Experiences secures room allocations at some of the most sought-after hotels in Miami on race weekend, and return transfers from your hotel to the Hard Rock stadium can be added to your booking. View Miami 2025 ticket packages & hotels

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How to Get to Miami International Autodrome

Metrorail / Metrobus

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.

Brightline Inter-City Trains

You can also ride the Brightline train from as far afield as Orlando to attend the Miami Grand Prix. The closest station to Miami International Autodrome is at Aventura Station. From there you can travel via a shuttle bus to Miami International Autodrome.

From the south, you can ride the Brightline from Miami Central Station to Aventura Station. From the North, you can ride the Brightline from Orlando, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale to Aventura Station.

Shuttles travel from Aventura Station to Lot 16 of Miami International Autodrome from 11:00-20:30 on Friday (May 3), 09:30-19:30 on Saturday (May 4) and 09:30-19:30 on Sunday (May 5). From Lot 16, it’s a short walk to Gate 3 where you can enter the circuit. (Check the campus map)

Click here for more information and to buy Brightline train tickets.

Taxi

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.

At the end of each day on Miami Grand Prix weekend, taxis are available on 199th Street outside Gate 4 at Miami International Autodrome (Approximate location / Campus Map). Taxis cannot be booked and are available on a first come, first served basis. Take cash as taxi drivers don’t normally accepted credit cards.

Ride Sharing

Uber and Lyft operate in the Miami area. A ride from downtown Miami to the circuit should cost you no more than $50, though surge pricing on the return trip can make fares much higher. Beware of unlicensed drivers posing as Uber drivers, especially in the area surrounding Hard Rock Stadium.

Please note that ride share vehicles cannot drop you off at the circuit gates. You will be dropped off (or picked up) at one of several ride share lots near the circuit, depending on whether you are coming from (or heading to) North, South or East of the circuit. Guests are encouraged to use the same rideshare location for both drop off and pick up. Click here for more information and see below for more information about how to get from the rideshare lots to the circuit by walking or shuttle bus.

Car

Limited trackside parking is available for the Miami Grand Prix, click here to purchase in advance. Some lots are located some distance from the circuit and free shuttles are offered (park and ride service). For parking enquiries, phone +1 (305) 943-7275. Parking lots opening times for the 2024 Miami Grand Prix: Friday (May 3) at 10:30, Saturday (May 4) at 09:00 and on Sunday (May 5) at 09:30. In addition to official parking lots, unofficial lots are also located within the vicinity of the Hard Rock Stadium, but you are parking in such lots at your own risk. Please note that if you want to get dropped off or picked up at the circuit by a friend or by a chartered vehicle, you will need to use one of the ride share lots listed below.

Ride Share Lots Within Walking Distance of Miami International Autodrome

Ride Share Lots Near Miami International Autodrome with Shuttle Bus Services

Do you have any tips on getting around in Miami? Leave a comment below!

2 thoughts on “How to Get to Hard Rock Stadium – 2025 Miami Grand Prix”

  1. I’ll be bringing a group (10 people) to and from pompano beach to the formula one race at hard rock stadium all three days during the event …what exit off the turnpike should I take and what is the closest drop-off point to the track from that exit?

    1. I recommend using Google Maps or Waze on your smartphone to choose the best route. Here is what Google Maps says right now:

      Pompano Beach
      Florida, USA

      Get on Florida’s Turnpike in Coconut Creek
      11 min (4.2 mi)
      Follow Florida’s Turnpike to Turnpike Acc in Miami Gardens. Take exit 2X from Florida’s Turnpike
      18 min (19.8 mi)
      Drive to NW 203rd St
      4 min (0.6 mi)

      Hard Rock Stadium
      347 Don Shula Dr Suite 102, Miami Gardens, FL 33056, United States

      I’m not 100% sure on the best drop-off area, but you should be guided by traffic control once you get closer. Probably your guests will still have to walk some distance from drop off point to the stadium. You won’t be able to drop off too close to the entrance gates, I think.

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