Formula One is heading to Miami in 2022.
The FIA announced the addition of Miami to the F1 schedule starting in 2022 but a date has not been finalized. The circuit will be set up at the Hard Rock Stadium (home of the Miami Dolphins) complex and is part of a ten-year contract to host a Grand Prix in South Beach.
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The Miami Grand Prix will likely be the second U.S. F1 race in 2022, the U.S. Grand Prix at C.O.T.A. has not been finalized for next season, and is an attempt by the FIA to branch out in the United States.
Formula One in the United States has been an interesting idea that has never really caught on in the same manner as NASCAR or even IndyCar in the U.S. As an American that likes F1 I am definitely in the minority of U.S. motor sports fans.
We American F1 fans rarely each other cross paths with each other and when we do there is a certain instant comradery from being part of a small fraternity. In this sect racing team allegiances are moot, we just like having someone to talk about the upcoming race with.
The FIA has tried to set the seeds for American F1 fans to grow but it has rarely taken. COTA has been the rare ongoing venue on the American F1 calendar after so many have faded away from memory.
What follows are some of the former F1 venues for United States F1 races: