- Ten-year deal sealed for Hard Rock Stadium to host race
- Prospective 24-race season would be new record
Formula One has announced an agreement to stage a race in Miami from next season. A Miami Grand Prix has been in the pipeline for a number of years following the acquisition of the sport by an American conglomerate, Liberty Media, in 2017.
After a series of setbacks, a 10-year deal to race at the Hard Rock Stadium – home to the Miami Dolphins NFL team – was confirmed as teams prepared for Sunday’s Emilia Romagna GP. The round in Miami, the first in the sport’s history, will be second F1 race to be staged in the United States after Austin’s Circuit of the Americas, a fixture on the calendar since 2012.Continue reading...
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