Flexjet is offering a VIP luxury box experience for its customers attending F1 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami this weekend
Directional Aviation’s Flexjet is hosting its fractional owners and jet card customers at the Formula 1 Crypto.Com Miami Grand Prix at the Miami International Autodrome, taking place this weekend.
The leading private aviation provider will have a premium open-air, shaded observation lounge on the fastest corner of the track at the exclusive Turn 5 Suites.
“More and more, we have seen jet owners traveling to sporting events like this one, so offering hospitality to them at the Grand Prix was an inspired idea,” said Megan Wolf, Flexjet’s Chief Operating Officer.
The Grand Prix suite, just across from Luxury Row on the race site, offers a trackside view of one of the most exciting fan perspectives on the speedway and is conveniently located near The Marina, West Campus, and Fountain area.
Flexjet is partnering with Worth Avenue Yachts on this activation if you are looking for a sea escape.
The Miami Grand Prix practice and qualifying runs are May 6 and 7. The race itself is on May 8 and will be held on a 3.36-mile semipermanent track at the Autodrome on the grounds of Hard Rock Stadium, home to the NFL’s Miami Dolphins team.
The racecourse features 19 turns and three straightaways that enable drivers to reach 200 miles per hour.
The Miami International Autodrome has agreed to host the event for the next 10 years as part of the Formula 1 World Championship series.
The race in Miami is the fifth round of the F1 world championship and joins Austin, Texas, as one of only two F1 races in the United States this year.
In 2023, another F1 round will debut in Las Vegas, bringing the total to three.