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    IMOLA, Italy (AP) — There will be two Formula One races in the United States next year with the new Miami Grand Prix added to the calendar from 2022. Next year’s race will be the first in a 10-year deal and is in addition to the existing grand prix at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 6,834 New Cases, 35 Deaths Reported On Sunday “We are thrilled to announce that Formula 1 will be racing in Miami beginning in 2022,” F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali said on Sunday. “The USA is a key growth market for us, and we are greatly encouraged by our growing reach in the US which will be further supported by this exciting second race.” The exact date of the race has yet to be confirmed but Domenicali said it would be in the “second quarter of next year.” It...
    There will be two Formula One races in the United States next year with the new Miami Grand Prix added to the calendar from 2022. (Formula One) Next year’s race will be the first in a 10-year deal and is in addition to the existing grand prix at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. "We are thrilled to announce that Formula 1 will be racing in Miami beginning in 2022," F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali said on Sunday. "The USA is a key growth market for us, and we are greatly encouraged by our growing reach in the US which will be further supported by this exciting second race." The exact date of the race has yet to be confirmed but Domenicali said it would be in the "second quarter of next year." It will be the first ever F1 race in Miami and the first in Florida...
    MIAMI (AP) — There will be two Formula One races in the United States next year with the new Miami Grand Prix added to the calendar from 2022. Next year’s race will be the first in a 10-year deal and is in addition to the existing grand prix at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. “We are thrilled to announce that Formula 1 will be racing in Miami beginning in 2022,” F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali said on Sunday. “The USA is a key growth market for us, and we are greatly encouraged by our growing reach in the US which will be further supported by this exciting second race.” The exact date of the race has yet to be confirmed but Domenicali said it would be in the “second quarter of next year.” It will be the first ever F1 race in Miami and the first in Florida...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s been called the “be-all of hip-hop festivals” by Billboard and “a playground for the young” by the New York Times. After being postponed last year due to the pandemic, Rolling Loud will return to South Florida in 2021. READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 6,762 New Cases, 78 Deaths Reported On Thursday The three-day festival will take place July 23rd – 25th at Hard Rock Stadium. This marks the first Rolling Loud in the festival’s hometown of Miami since 2019. Organizers said they plan to keep as much of the Miami 2020 lineup intact as possible for this year. The 2020 lineup included A$AP Rocky, Megan Thee Stallion, Post Malone, DaBaby, Rick Ross, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Big Sean, Roddy Ricch, and Gucci Mane READ MORE: Cuteness Overload: Meet The Newest Bloodhound To Join BSO For the 2021 event, Rolling Loud will honor all passes...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Hey football fans, mark your calendars for Thursday April 29. That’s the night the Miami Dolphins draft party will be back on for day one of the NFL draft. There was no such event last year due to the pandemic. Instead, in 2020, the NFL draft as virtual and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was in his den. READ MORE: New Research Reveals Psychological Imapct Of COVID When the Dolphins took quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with their fifth overall pick, he was relaxing in his living room. In this still image from video provided by the NFL, Tua Tagovailoa shows off the lining of his jacket during the NFL football draft Thursday, April 23, 2020, in Alabaster, Ala. (NFL via AP) But now, like two years ago, the NFL draft is going back live. Up to five thousand dol-fans will be allowed into Hard Rock Stadium for the team’s...
    MIKE TYSON has rejected a £21.5million offer for the trilogy fight against Evander Holyfield at the Hard Rock Stadium in May. The heavyweight star turned down the chance to face Holyfield at the 65,000 capacity Miami stadium on May 29. 3Mike Tyson has rejected the offer to face Evander Holyfield in Miami in MayCredit: Rex 3The 2020 Super Bowl took place at the Hard Rock StadiumCredit: Getty Holyfield's manager Kris Lawrence said: “We thought this was a done deal but it quickly fell apart when Tyson’s people declined all offers. “We were negotiating in good faith all along and it appears we just ended up wasting our time.”  Tyson announced he was returning to the ring at the end of May at the Hard Rock Cafe, the home of the Miami Dolphins. But the boxer's demands have reportedly scuppered any prospect of the long-awaited third fight against Holyfield...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Live music. There’s just nothing like it. The vibe, the energy, the crowds. Sadly, the setting of a perfect storm in a pandemic. It’s been about a year since the curtain came down on live concerts globally. READ MORE: Sophie Reeders Family Still Seeking Answers Years After Daughters Disappearance “It’s chilling we lost an entire year, and that’s every single touring act internationally,” said Adriane Biondo. She’s been in the live touring industry for decades, working with such names as Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey and Wiz Khalifa. Biondo said the domino effect has been devastating. “The venues, the folks that work at the venues. That’s everything from trucks to buses to the hotels all the way to the mom and pop pizza joints and restaurants that are around the venues. Everything changed,” she said. South Florida’s largest stadiums and arenas, such as Hard Rock Stadium, the BB&T,...
    Inside Matt James Close Bond With His Mom: What We Know About His Family The Best and Worst Ways States Use Your Tax Dollars Fifteen thousand fans will be allowed inside Hard Rock Stadium in Miami – home of the NFL’s Dolphins – to watch Canelo Alvarez fight Avni Yildirim on Saturday (DAZN). © Provided by Boxing Junkie And that’s OK with Alvarez. The Mexican star’s title-winning fight against Callum Smith on Dec. 19 at the Alamodome in San Antonio had similar COVID-19-related restrictions. A reported 12,000 attended that event. “They only let us put 15,000 people in because of the pandemic, but with that we are fine,” Alvarez said. “Last time in San Antonio it was around 12,000 and the stadium sounded like it was full. “Let’s hope that normalcy will arrive soon, and the stadium can be filled, but with 15,000 I feel very good. And if...
    New York : Álvarez and Yildirim stared at each other at Hard Rock Stadium. Photo: CHANDAN KHANNA / . / . This Monday Saul Alvarez Y Avni Yildirim posed face to face on the field of Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the Miami Dolphins, where next Saturday the Mexican will expose his WBC and WBA super middleweight titles against the Turk. So far, on the first day of the week before the fight, both fighters treated each other with respect and gazed at each other in the photoshoot in which they also had the opportunity to show off their personalized jersey of the two-time champion team of the Super bowl. “Canelo” Álvarez himself was the one who published the snapshots on his official Instagram account, as well as Avni Yildirim’s promoter, Matchroom Boxing, who also uploaded to their networks the video of the protagonists...
    Loved ones and colleagues gathered Saturday to pay tribute to one of the FBI agents killed by a suspected child pornographer in Florida. Laura Schwartzenberger, 43, was shot in the morning raid Tuesday when the suspect ambushed law enforcement as they served a warrant on his home in Sunrise. A second agent, Daniel Alfin, was also killed, and three other agents wounded. The suspect, David Lee Huber, 55, then took his own life, police said. Schwartzenberger, of Pueblo, Colo., had been with the agency since 2005. She worked crimes against children cases for more than seven years. She leaves behind a husband and two children. Hundreds attended the memorial service at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, which featured several speakers and a pipe-and-drum corps. The hearse arrives with slain FBI agent Laura Schwartzenberger for a memorial service at Hard Rock Stadium on Feb. 6, 2021. Getty Images FBI director Christopher...
    Memorial services are being held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami this weekend in honor of the two FBI agents who were shot and killed while attempting to serve a search warrant in a child pornography case earlier this week near Fort Lauderdale.  The memorial services for Special Agent Daniel Alfin will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, and services for Special Agent Laura Schwartzenberger will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, reports Fox News.  The events are closed to the public because of coronavirus safety measures but will welcome the victims families, friends, and law enforcement colleagues.  Separate funeral services are being arranged in Coral Springs for Schwartzenberger, 43, and in Hollywood, Florida, for Alfin, 36. The slain agents had a history of investigations in child pornography and sexual exploitation cases. Alfin had been a special agent since 2009 and was recently involved in an investigation into an assault case...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida Governor Ron DeSantis held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to announce that Hard Rock Stadium would begin offering vaccinations to seniors who are at least 65-years-old or older. He was joined by Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. “As of today, over 32,000 vaccines have been given in Miami-Dade County,” said Cava. More from CBSMiami.com Woman Claims She’s Out $50,000 After Being Duped By Accused Ponzi Schemer It’s Getting More Expensive To Live In South Florida Pongo The Giraffe Euthanized At Zoo Miami
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – As the coronavirus keeps spreading, testing remains a key tool in trying to least slow the spread. But even as hundreds wait in long lines several hours for a test each day, there could be easier options. Hard Rock Stadium, one of the mega testing sites, tweeted at around 4 p.m. Monday it had reached full capacity. As a result, the testing site was forced to close it gates. The testing site has been doing over 3,000 tests per day. “On Monday, at the Hard Rock test site, over 3,400 people were tested. At the Miami Beach Convention Center, over 1,600 people were tested,” said Mike Jachles, the public information officer for state-run testing sites. “Also, the Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale is closed on Sundays and Mondays, so we are anticipating a big turnout on Tuesday.” Medical experts have mentioned cases of the virus are soon...
    After the severe floods caused by Tropical Storm Eta, Hard Rock Stadium reopens its doors to serve as a COVID-19 testing center from this Thursday at 9:00 a.m. From early in the morning people could be seen lining up in their vehicles to take the tests, while South Florida reports a rebound in the rate of positive cases. This Wednesday, November 11, coronavirus cases in Florida reached 858,012 after 5,838 new positives and 52 additional deaths of residents in the state, according to the Department of Health. In total, the results of 79,635 tests were reported with a positivity rate of 7.82 percent, staying above 7% in four of the last 5 days. For the first time in two months, there are more than 500 people admitted to hospitals with COVID-19 in Miami-Dade County and 115 to intensive care, nearly half of them on assisted...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Coronavirus testing sites shut down by flooding caused by Tropical Storm Eta reopened Wednesday. Miami-Dade County says testing sites at South Dade Government Center, the empty Costco in North Miami, the Homestead Air Reserve Park, and the one at Marlins Park have reopened. The Hard Rock Stadium and Tamiami Fair Grounds sites will open on Thursday. MORE FROM CBSMIAMI.COM COVID Sexually Transmitted? UM Study Says ‘It Also Has Potential To Cause Male Infertility’ Subtropical Storm Theta Is Record-Breaking 29th Named Atlantic Storm Police Search For Murder Suspect In Fatal Shooting Outside Pompano Beach Convenience Store Other sites around the county have already reopened. Download The New CBS4 News App Here Click here to see where you can get tested for the coronavirus.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The University of Miami Hurricanes are following the Miami Dolphins in allowing 13,000 socially distancing fans to attend its home opener against UAB at Hard Rock Stadium on Sept. 10. Crowd size will be about 20 percent of the stadium’s 65,326-seat capacity, with the limitation imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic.  Groups of spectators will be spaced six feet apart. According to the Dolphins’ 46-page plan for crowds, fans and stadium employees will be required to wear masks when not eating or drinking. Tailgating will be prohibited. There will be staggered gate entry, with fans encouraged to enter at a designated time listed on game tickets. The stadium will provide additional points of entry and exit to help avoid bottlenecks, and upgraded metal detectors will allow for faster processing. New bathroom faucets, toilets and soap and paper towel dispensers will require no contact.
    MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) — Dolphins fans will be allowed to attend the 2020 home opener at Hard Rock Stadium but 13,000 fans is the maximum number. The Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium announced a limited stadium capacity for its first regular season home game on September 20 when the Dolphins face the Buffalo Bills. “When we started the process back in March of exploring what a socially-distanced stadium could look like, we made the health and safety of everyone the first priority; knowing that if we felt that we couldn’t make it safe, we simply wouldn’t have fans,” said Miami Dolphins Vice Chairman and CEO Tom Garfinkel. “We’re happy that our elected officials recognize the attention to detail and diligence that we’ve put into creating a safe environment and that they made the decision to move forward with a 13,000-capacity stadium at this time.” (Courtesy: Miami Dolphins) The organization...
    (CNN)The Miami Dolphins are opening up their home field not to an opposing team but to moviegoers to enjoy two new outdoor movie theaters.The Dolphins unveiled the theaters Friday at Hard Rock Stadium, one of which is a drive-in theater that allows moviegoers to drive their cars onto the field to watch a film on the stadium's big screen. Visitors can watch from their vehicle or set up in an assigned "tailgate space" directly outside their vehicle while maintaining a 6-feet distance from other vehicles and visitors, according to the Hard Rock Stadium website. Masks must be worn in all common areas where social distancing is not possible.Football may not happen at all this year, Fauci warnsMoviegoers can listen to the movie through the stadium's speakers or from inside their cars by tuning to 100.3 on their car's FM radio. Food and drink service is available to be ordered through...
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