Miami Grand Prix: Followers Rage Over Faux Marina in Yr Two, Dubbed “Fyre Pageant of F1”

Racing followers are eagerly anticipating the second Miami Grand Prix this weekend. Nevertheless, the occasion confronted heavy criticism final yr, being dubbed the “Fyre Pageant of F1”. Max Verstappen emerged victorious within the first occasion regardless of some adverse reactions from followers. The Miami GP is about to happen within the glamorous metropolis of Florida, that includes Lewis Hamilton and different famend racers. Followers can count on scorching climate after heavy rain induced flooding on the monitor final month. Final yr’s occasion was criticised for the excessive ticket costs, with day tickets beginning at $800 and Paddock tickets going for over $11,000. The occasion additionally featured a faux marina with faux water and a weird structure leading to prolonged walks from the automotive park to the monitor. Social media influencers had been criticized for crowding out “seashore golf equipment” and showing to be extra eager about selfies than the precise racing. The occasion was even in comparison with 2017’s Fyre Pageant. This yr’s occasion is anticipated to be an enchancment from final yr. The faux marina has been changed with actual water, and a VIP space referred to as “Sundown Cabana” has been created that may accommodate 15 folks for a price of $67,000.