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Miami GP plans face critical city council vote

Sam Hall Friday 9 April 2021 16:24 - Updated: 16:24 Plans for the Miami Grand Prix to join the 2022 Formula 1 calendar received a boost with Mayor of Miami Gardens, Rodney Harris, sponsoring a resolution that will be voted on by the city council on Wednesday. Harris, who voted against bringing F1 to Miami Gardens in 2019, put forward a resolution that, if approved, will allow the sport to compete on a purpose-built circuit based around the Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins NFL team - both of which are owned by real-estate billionaire Stephen Ross. Article continues under video In 2019, Ross signed a deal with F1 to promote the Miami Grand Prix but the plans have repeatedly been...
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