Still no green light for Miami GP

Jul.20 (GMM) Confirmation that Miami will join the F1 calendar next year will have to wait even longer.

It was reported that a meeting in the famous Florida city could mean a green-light by authorities for the street race, but residents are apparently objecting.

Mayor Francis Suarez confirmed on Wednesday that a decision has therefore been delayed until after the August recess.

But city manager Emilio Gonzalez told the Miami Herald that talks with Liberty Media will continue.

“We want to make sure we do this right,” he said. “It’s a big event.”

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Still no green light for Miami GP

Jul.20 (GMM) Confirmation that Miami will join the F1 calendar next year will have to wait even longer.

It was reported that a meeting in the famous Florida city could mean a green-light by authorities for the street race, but residents are apparently objecting.

Mayor Francis Suarez confirmed on Wednesday that a decision has therefore been delayed until after the August recess.

But city manager Emilio Gonzalez told the Miami Herald that talks with Liberty Media will continue.

“We want to make sure we do this right,” he said. “It’s a big event.”

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  • 18/07/2018 F1 eyes 20-year deal for Miami GP Jul.18 (GMM) Yet another meeting could finally mean the green light for a grand prix in Miami. We have reported that Liberty Media is holding fire on publishing the 2019 calendar because […]
  • 01/12/2017 F1 chiefs scout race locations in Miami – report Dec.1 (GMM) Miami is emerging as a likely destination of a second US grand prix in the near future. With Liberty Media now owning F1's commercial rights, the coastal city in Florida has […]
  • 29/09/2018 F1’s 2020 Miami plans in tatters Sep.29 (GMM) Miami's formula one plans are in tatters. Earlier, Liberty Media had targeted a street race on the South Florida coast, but those plans were delayed until 2020. "We aim to […]
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