I attended the Miami Grand Prix and quickly realized the VIP area was the best way to enjoy the race

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Fans were divided over the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, with some loving the new "Super Bowl of F1" and all the glitz and glamor that went with it.
Other fans criticized the race, saying they expected more for the prizes than artificial water and weak beaches, comparing it to the disastrous Fyre Festival.
One place where fans were spoiled was in the Paddock Club's VIP area.
We spent some time in the area on race day and the luxury of the Miami GP lived up to the hype if you were lucky enough to snag a seat.
Take a tour of the Paddock Club below.
On the way to the Paddock Club we were greeted by an F1 bush.
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There was a DJ just for the walk to the Paddock Club.
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Once inside, the first thing you notice is the air conditioning, a welcome respite from the weekend heat and humidity outside.
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Incredibly, the two floors of Paddock Club built on top of the permanent garage area were all temporary and only added for the race.
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There were always queues at the food stations.
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how good was the food There was even sushi.
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All guests in the Paddock Club were guests of one of the teams or major sponsors and each had their own area.
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Some of the teams had areas that looked a little swankier.
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There was also a simulator so you could take a lap around the track.
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There was also an outside deck which got very crowded during the race.
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There was also an outdoor area on the top floor of the Paddock Club with plenty of seating and umbrellas, although many of the spaces were reserved for certain groups.
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There was also seating over by the railing to watch the race.
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The view from the railing was spectacular.
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The view of the drivers' parade before the race.
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The outdoor area had its own DJ.
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There was a Tom Brady sighting.
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While it was quite crowded inside with the cooler air, the outside area was quite chilled.
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And there were celebrities everywhere. Not a bad way to enjoy a race.
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