Please find below a statement from Formula 1 detailing the sport’s proposal to hold a Grand Prix race in downtown Miami next season. This follows the publication of the agenda for the forthcoming meeting of the City of Miami Commission, in which a vote will take place to decide whether to proceed with these plans. The full agenda for the meeting can be viewed here under Commission Agendas

Statement from Sean Bratches, Managing Director Commercial Operations, Formula 1:

“Earlier today the City of Miami Commission took an important step by adding an item to their upcoming agenda, that if approved, will make way to bring Formula 1 to downtown Miami next season.  We appreciate the community’s interest in hosting a Formula 1 race and look forward to working with local officials and stakeholders to bring this vision to life.

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 glamourous cities, combined with its robust tourism infrastructure, makes Miami the perfect destination for Formula 1 and its fans.”

Stephen Ross, US entrepreneur and supporter of the proposed race added:

“Miami is a first-class global city and Formula 1 is a first-class global brand.  In cooperation with the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County, I am confident we can deliver yet another global event that will be a destination for people from around the world and drive economic value to South Florida.  From football and soccer to tennis and motorsports, Miami deserves only the best in music, food, art, fashion, and sports and entertainment, and that is exactly what we plan on delivering with a Formula 1 race.”

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