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Miami Grand Prix will not be shown on ESPN

Formula 1 is scheduled to make the first of three trips to the United States this year, with the race this weekend being the third annual Miami Grand Prix at the Miami International Autodrome.

Sunday’s 57-lap race on the 19-turn, 5.412-kilometer temporary street circuit outside Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, is the sixth race on the 24-race 2024 schedule.

It will also be the first race not shown live on ESPN or ESPN2.

The season opener in Bahrain was shown live on ESPN, and the next two races in Jeddah and Melbourne were shown on ESPN2. Back-to-back races in Suzuka and Shanghai were shown on ESPN this weekend. But next Sunday’s race will be shown on ABC.

There will be only five races live on ABC this season, including three of the next four. In addition to this weekend, these races include the Monaco Grand Prix at Circuit de Monaco on Sunday, May 26 and the Canadian Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Sunday, June 9.

The only other race during this stretch, the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in Imola, will be shown live on ESPN2 on Sunday, May 19.

The United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas on Sunday, October 20 and the Mexico City Grand Prix at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez on Sunday, October 27 will be shown live on ABC later this season.

ESPN, which accounts for 12 of the 24 races on this year’s schedule, has not scheduled another race until the Spanish Grand Prix at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Sunday, June 23. The current stretch of four consecutive races not on ESPN is the longest of the year.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is mentioned by FanDuel Sportsbook as the heavy favorite to win in Miami for the third time in three tries. The full odds can be found here.

The odds are updated periodically and are subject to change.

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Tune in to ABC this Sunday, May 5 at 3:55 PM ET for the live broadcast of the Miami Grand Prix from Miami International Autodrome. Verstappen is the two-time ruler of the event. Start one now free trial version of FuboTV and don’t miss it!