On May 10, Miami’s City Commission unanimously approved a resolution to negotiate the return of Grand Prix street racing to downtown Miami
“A resolution of the Miami City Commission supporting the efforts to bring the Formula One racing circuit to the city of Miami for the Formula One Miami Grand Prix from 2019 to 2028, and to direct the city manager to formalise the necessary contractual agreement between the City of Miami and the Formula One World Championship Limited.”
If you are concerned about the impact of Formula 1 for downtown Miami residents, you are not alone. Join your neighbors tomorrow evening at the Vizcayne South clubhouse where representatives from Formula 1 and City of Miami elected officials to discuss the proposal and address issues.
In an earlier statement, Sean Bratches, Managing Director Commercial Operations, Formula 1, said:
“With over half a billion fans worldwide, Formula 1 is the greatest racing spectacle on the planet, and Miami’s status as one of the world’s most iconic and glamorous cities, combined with its robust tourism infrastructure, makes Miami the perfect destination for Formula 1 and its fans.”