Miami Grand Prix ‘s**t show’ as ‘many wealthy sponsors won’t be coming back’

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MIAMI hosted its inaugural Grand Prix on Sunday however not everybody was pleased.

Miami Grand Prix 's**t show' as 'many wealthy sponsors won't be coming back'

Rich F1 sponsors will reportedly not return to the Miami Grand Prix (Picture: GETTY)

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Many rich sponsors is not going to return to the Miami Grand Prix after dubbing the occasion a ‘s**t present’, based on reviews. The inaugural Miami race, gained by reigning world champion Max Verstappen, acquired a blended response from insiders and followers.

Some high-profile company had been apparently sad with the providers offered within the Paddock Membership, which is run domestically relatively than by the traditional F1 organisers. Tickets for the world price round £10,500 ($13,000) and high-profile company count on world-class lodging.

In the meantime, others hit out at scenes deemed to have been Americanised. Viewers watched on with bemusement because the top-three finishers had been escorted to the rostrum by police motorbikes earlier than being compelled to put on American soccer helmets on the rostrum.

Former System One chief Bernie Ecclestone slammed his successors, Liberty Media, for creating “System One: American Type”. Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei hit again: “Bernie can mouth off all he needs. However the actuality is everyone needs in now.”

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Miami Grand Prix 's**t show' as 'many wealthy sponsors won't be coming back'

Max Verstappen gained the Miami Grand Prix regardless of points in follow (Picture: GETTY)

Nevertheless, some rich backers have apparently insisted that they won’t return. F1 journalist Adam Cooper claims some sources branded the Grand Prix a “s**t present” and can refuse to attend future Miami Grands Prix having been left displeased by the standard of the costly lodging.

It’ll come as unhealthy information to Miami GP chiefs, who final yr signed a 10-year deal to host the occasion. It comes amid a concerted effort to boost the profile of F1 in America.

“We all the time stated the U.S. is an important space during which we have to develop our enterprise,” F1 chief govt Stefano Domenicali stated upon the settlement of the Miami deal final yr.

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Miami Grand Prix 's**t show' as 'many wealthy sponsors won't be coming back'

The Miami Grand Prix circuit (Picture: EXPRESS SPORT)

“There’s a whole lot of alternative and having two U.S. races within the U.S. means we’ve taken the precise route for our technique for the long run. We’ll hold them separate with the intention to give the precise area to each.

“We’re trying forward, we’re placing the foundations for an unimaginable future for System One. This can be a milestone that all of us needed.”

Mercedes crew principal Toto Wolff appeared to agree that organisers had finished job. The Austrian stated of the occasion: “Town (Miami) is hyped – is that the way you say it? System One is throughout, the quantity of visitor requests we’ve is superb. I feel we’ve lastly landed in North America.”

It additionally comes after F1 agreed so as to add a 3rd American occasion from the beginning of the 2023 season. Las Vegas will now be added to an more and more busier calendar.


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