After three years of negotiations and delays with local residents, Miami will finally host the Grand Prix from 2022.
The temporary route is more than three miles long, will turn 19 times, and will be built around Hard Rock Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins football team (NFL).
This large complex is located in Miami Gardens and has been the venue for major tennis tournaments for several years. The arrival of the F1 circus will not cause traffic congestion to close the main arteries of the department where a major problem.
In a broadcast on the British network Sky Sports on Sunday morning, Stefano Domenicali confirmed the news, even if he did not want to reveal the date of the event. However, the F1 boss stated that the race will be held in the “second phase of the season”.
However, according to our information, the game in Miami will be played after it is held in Montreal in June. Therefore, F1 hopes to restrict itself to two stops in the United States. Not three.First time in June, another in autumn, regular stop in Texas, Mexico and Brazil
From a logistical point of view, this is good news for the relevant organizers in Montreal and Miami, because they can provide packages for amateurs who want to participate in two F1 races in the same region.
For the sponsor, this is also a way to share the high costs associated with material transportation. In short, the Miami Grand Prix does not represent a threat to Montreal.
The two Grand Prix races held in the United States in the same year have never been seen since F1 stopped in Detroit and Dallas in 1984.
In 1982, at a peak, three F1 races were held in the United States on three temporary circuits in the United States: in Las Vegas, Detroit and Long Beach.
The Canadian Grand Prix has not been cancelled, but it is only a matter of days, if not a few hours. Let’s say it again, the event will not be held in June, but don’t expect its promoters or F1 to announce it.
The final decision lies with Federal Public Health. Under the current circumstances, due to the implementation of quarantine and border closures, how can we allow about 1,300 F1 stakeholders to stay in Montreal for a few days?
If F1 allows this exemption, then the government has no choice but to grant the same privileges to other major sports organizations in Montreal, which work in tennis, football, football and football, especially boxing.Forget it