The Speedway has been open since 1995 following an initiative to spur economic recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew. The 640-acre facility is active more than 280 days per year and hosts NASCARs Championship Races during Ford Championship Weekend (November 16-18, 2012). The Sprint Cup Championship Ford 400 is broadcast live on TV and radio to 175 countries and into 24 languages. The 2011 championship attracted ESPN Televisions largest NASCAR Sprint Cup viewership ever with a peak audience of 10.5 million when the checkered flag fell. Homestead-Miami Speedway, featuring a 1.5-mile oval and 2.21-mile road course, generates more than $250 million annually for the region.

Homestead-Miami Speedway continues its rich history of sports car racing in 2012 when the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series returns to South Floridas road course. The Grand Prix of Miami, set for April 27-29, features Daytona Prototypes and Grand Touring classes in Race 3 of the 2012 GRAND-AM campaign.

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John Doddato 29/11/2017
We camped at the race track campground for five days during the championship race week end. The campground was one of the worst at a race track we have stayed in. The dump stations were a joke and inaccessible do to over crowding and a small pond that formed around them from a rain storm on Wednesday. By Monday six days later they were still sitting in water because that location is a low spot. The roads in the campground should have a gravel base so you don't have to drive and walk in mud. We enjoyed the races but will never camp there again because of the poor conditions we experienced.
Tracey Renzi 26/11/2017
If you're a racing fan, this is a great track to take in a race, especially NASCAR. The racing action is very good. The speedway ensures all facilities are clean throughout the race and offers a variety of foods, beverages, and activities for fans of all ages
Tracy Bovee 23/11/2017
Excellent venue for race watcing! Well-maintained, with abundant facilities for spectators' convenience. No real bad seats in the house. Plentiful parking available, and managed solidly on the surrounding streets to get you in and out with a reasonable minimum of fuss. Availability of multiple large trams running at regular intervals is a wonderful addition from earlier years.
Blake Cowdell 22/11/2017
Great track! lots and lots to do there if you're not watching the race. Plenty of food and drinks there but is pretty expensive. Great views from the bleachers of the track. The Big tv screen on top of the pole is easy to see. Overall great experience and would recommend to anyone to check it out.
Brenda Sparks 18/11/2017
Over all, it wad a wonderful weekend at the races. We camped in the tent area, & I fekt very protected & comfortable. The only thing I had a problem with was when we called & got the site reserved, we were told showers & water was included. When we went to take a shower, it was a charge of $5 per person per shower. NOT RIGHT!!!

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Miami Exotic Auto Racing provides the opportunity to drive some of the world’s most exotic cars at Homestead Miami Speedway.

Performance Driving Group is a provider of weekend track days commonly known as HPDE (high performance driver education) where drivers get the opportunity to bring their cars to several race tracks in Florida, and drive on these race tracks at high speeds legally and in a predictable controlled environment.

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