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This 1.873 mile track is located in downtown Miami, and was first used for
IMSA racing in 1983, although it was run for Trans-Am in 1994. In 1995 the
track direction was reversed to avoid the turn 1 bottleneck, and in 1996
promotor Ralph Sanchez moved the races the newly constructed Homestead
1.85 mile Miami GP Circuit. Used by IMSA from 1983 to 1985, it was located in
1.387 mile track used on the 5th October 2002 for a combined ALMS/CART
meeting. The surface started to break up over the weekend, having to be
re-sealed several times, and was extremely slippery. Most of the drivers
complained that it was too tight and slow. Note that this version of the track
used the same Biscayne Boulevard as the first track mentioned above. The
following year the track was reprofiled (see below) to form a 1.150 mile
circuit used on the 28th September, in an attempt to try to allay the drivers
complaints - it didn't work.
This 2.17 km circuit, which also used part of Biscayne Boulevard but was otherwise
completely different to all of the others, hosted a round of the Formula E
championship on the 14th March 2015.