Formula 1 is known for its thrilling speed and cutting-edge engineering, but the Miami Grand Prix is also gaining recognition for its positive impact on the local community and the environment.

 This year, organizers took an innovative approach to managing food waste by partnering with local organizations to redistribute surplus food. Leftover meals and ingredients from the event were provided to local shelters and community kitchens, ensuring that excess food reached those in need instead of being wasted. This effort not only helped tackle food insecurity in the Miami area but also reduced potential emissions that occur when food decomposes in landfills, releasing methane, a potent greenhouse gas.

The initiative is part of Formula 1's broader sustainability strategy, demonstrating that even high-octane sports can contribute positively to the environment and society. By sharing resources responsibly and fostering partnerships, the Miami Grand Prix made a meaningful impact beyond the racetrack, leading the way in the global sports community for a greener and more sustainable future.