Organisers face a series of hurdles before the race takes place, including approval by Miami-Dade County.
But the deal for Formula 1 to compete in the Biscayne Bay area around a street course that ran around the American Airlines Arena, the home of the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association, and Miami's Freedom Tower and also crossed the harbor and then came back to the downtown area of the city fell through, and plans for that race were scrapped.
"It's very hard for me to get past the fact that you are talking about a Formula One race in the middle of a bedroom community", said activist and former Miami-Dade County Commissioner, Barbara Ferguson at a recent community meeting hosted by the Dolphins.
Formula 1 has reached an agreement in principle to host a race at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium from 2021.
'With an estimated annual impact of more than US$400 million and 35,000 room nights, the Formula One Miami Grand Prix will be an economic juggernaut for South Florida each and every year'.
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You can keep going but every lap will get slower and slower and you lose out overall. Thank you to those of you who do give a d**n about the world'.
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The track also includes roughly half a mile of public roads.
Hard Rock Stadium would be a compromise location for the race after original plans to hold it in downtown Miami were stymied by residents with similar complaints to those in Miami Gardens.
Unfortunately, the County Commissioner Barbara Jordan, who hosted a meeting for the community residents concerned about the developments, outlined she was not in favor of the Grand Prix.
The Miami Herald reported that disruption in the city in Florida "would be too great".
Latest attempts to resurrect a potential second American Formula 1 race in Miami has reportedly been agreed for the 2021 season.
The Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey had previously implied that setting up a profile in the United States via a race in Miami or Las Vegas was a priority in the theme of expanding the sport.