FARA Miami Grand Prix takes over the Homestead Speedway (includes video story)

The FARA racing organization returns to Homestead-Miami Speedway for their second event of the season, the aptly named Miami Grand Prix. 

While most people come to a motor race to see the cool cars race there are plenty of things to do when the cars are not racing as well. 

“Track time is expensive,” said Cort Schmidt, owner of Full Send Sims. “So when you go to the track to hone those skills you really want to get the other stuff out of the way first.” Full Send Sims has a demo at the track for real racers and race fans to sit in the same seat and get a feel for the real cars. 

FARA races have plenty of action both on and off-track, FARA will be at Sebring on May 25 and make their return to Homestead on Nov. 22.

Dylan Pezet is a student at Florida International University studying Digital Communications and Broadcast Media. He joined Caplin News in the Spring of 2024 in hopes of improving his TV-production craft so that after graduation he may be able to get a job with the NHRA as a track reporter/announcer.