Another relative newcomer, the Miami International Autodrome may be a temporary circuit, but it has already cemented itself as one to watch. Offering a balanced challenge and lots of cornering, the right setup is key to victory in rainy Florida.
Suggested car setup for the Miami International Autodrome:
- High-speed cornering is crucial
- Focusing on acceleration and low speed cornering is also recommended
- Balanced circuit
Tips & Tricks
Miami is the first race of the 2023 season where you have a good chance of seeing rain, so prepare to break from strategy to fit a wet compound.
- Make a note of the forecast going into the Miami race weekend. Rain part way into qualifying can cause a major upset in the grid placements.
- If rain is forecast for the race, opening on mediums lets you hold a good pace while you wait for the clouds to force a swap to intermediate tyres.
- Be ready to change back to dry tyres after rain clouds pass or defend your position on intermediates if the race is in its final laps.
2023 Race Replay
It’s lap 33, and Alpine’s split strategies have them under pressure. After a change to hards, Gasly must clear the cars on older tyres in front, while Ocon, in P5, needs to find the perfect time to pit. Can you rival Szafnauer’s strategy and optimise Alpine’s points in this tight battle?
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