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Dine & Wine Like Serena Williams & Lebron James for $3000 as Miami GP Offers Golden Opportunity

There’s no party like a party in the USA. This fact isn’t lost on Formula 1 either. F1’s American invasion is based around this very ethos, where high-octane racing action meets glitz, glamour, and luxury. This time around, in 2023, the F1 calendar is boasting a whopping three US Grand Prix. In Addition to the traditional GP in Austin and the newly built Miami Gardens street track, F1 will travel to Las Vegas. But the advent of a blockbuster Las Vegas GP isn’t going to take the shine off of the already fan-favorite Miami GP.

Last year, the Miami GP was a grand affair. The biggest sports stars and celebrities around the globe traveled to the event and added a ton of fanfare around it. But the jewel in the crown of the race was the exquisite Carbone Beach event. It was the brainchild of chef Mario Carbone and Jeff Zalaznick, co-founder of the Major Food Group. And guess what? It’s back for round 2 at the 2023 Miami GP.

According to Bloomberg, last year’s event “attracted high-profile guests including David Beckham, LeBron James and Derek Jeter.” Even Serena Williams showed up! And it’s only getting bigger. “Carbone Beach will boost the number of available seats per night to 400, up from more than 200 last year, when it returns to Miami to coincide with the F1 Grand Prix,” as per the news outlet.

So, how much does one have to cough up to be in? “Tickets cost $3,000 a seat for food, drinks and entertainment.” The same as last year. Safe to say, we’ll be witnessing a star-studded lineup once again, and you can be a part of it too!

“Tickets for the event will go on sale at starting on April 6. Customers who want to request tables, which start at $24,000, can put their names on a waitlist on the website beginning on Thursday.”

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Last year’s race was one filled with A-listers. And if you want a piece of it, now’s the time to splash the cash!

Hurry now, or regret missing out on the Miami GP

Safe to say, the 2nd running of the Miami GP, in Florida, is one of the most hotly anticipated motorsport events in the whole wide world. And true to form, the race threatens to sell out even before anyone can come to grips with their finances!

Max Verstappen driving the Red Bull F1 car RB18 at the Miami GP
Formula One F1. Miami Grand Prix. Miami International Autodrome. Miami. Florida. U.S. May 8, 2022. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. In action during the race. REUTERS/Marco Bello.

According to, “F1 Miami tickets are available on Motorsport Tickets for Turns 1, 7, 8, 12, and 18 (the penultimate corner). The grandstand seats also offer a view of Turns 11 and 17, named by as the best places to watch the Miami Grand Prix at the Miami International Autodrome,” and they’re running out soon.

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Will you be attending this year’s race in Miami? Who are you rooting for to come out triumphant in sunny Florida?

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