F-1 In Miami Takes A Potential Step Forward

MIAMI ‚ÄĒ The possibility of Formula One racing on the streets of Miami¬†took¬†a step forward¬†on Thursday. Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and Miami Gardens Mayor Rodney Harris have offered a joint resolution with Hard Rock Stadium, with the goal of addressing the¬†concerns¬†of local activists who have been against the idea of Formula One racing in the South Florida city. He previously¬†supported running a¬†¬†Formula One race in¬†downtown Miami, but that attempt failed. Should Formula One formally confirm a race in Miami, it would become the second Formula One race in the United States alongside the annual event held at Circuit of¬†The¬†Americas in Austin, Texas. Formula One hasn‚Äôt raced twice in the United States since 1984, when the stars of Formula One raced in Detroit, Mich., and Dallas, Texas, in consecutive events.

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