Bicentennial Park 94

Bicentennial Park

The Miami Grand Prix was an early season highlight of the IMSA GTP Championship from 1983 to 1993.

Country
United States
Location
Bicentennial Park, Miami, Florida
Latest Race
First Race

The Miami Grand Prix was an early season highlight of the IMSA GTP Championship from 1983 to 1993. The street race switched to the Trans-Am series in 1994, and then to Champ Cars a year later for what was the last event before it moved to the new Homestead oval. The direction of the circuit was changed for that final race to avoid the previous bottleneck at Turn 1.

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Type

Temporary street circuit

Length

1.873 (Miles)

Description

Direction changed to clockwise with chicane inserted at the northern end of the section on Biscayne Boulevard

Fastest Race Lap

Scott Pruett (Lola T95/00-Ford), 1m05.892, 102.331 mph, Champ Cars, 1995

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Michael Andretti (Lola T95/00-Ford), 1m03.254, 106.599 mph, Champ Cars, 1995

Type

Temporary street circuit

Length

1.85 (Miles)

Description

Direction changed to clockwise with chicane inserted at the northern end of the section on Biscayne Boulevard

Fastest Race Lap

David Hobbs (March 85G-Chevrolet), 1m23.987, 79.298 mph, IMSA Sports Cars, 1985

Fastest Qualifying Lap

John Paul jr (March 85G-Buick), 1m21.154, 82.066 mph, IMSA Sports Cars, 1985

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