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Yes, it should be a street circuit, especially as they have big wide streets. I gather that got vetoed by the locals. IMSA Miami race in the 1980s used to run down Biscayne Blvd. It was one of the best races of the season. So it looks like it is going to be stadium "parking lot" circuit that briefly runs out onto one public road. That is kind of sad. I did go see the Vegas GP in the parking lot of Caesar's Palace.I would rather the circuit be amongst the art deco buildings along the sea front, which look great (we drove down there last year), but the roads aren't suitable for F1.
So it looks like it is going to be stadium "parking lot" circuit
Why are 'we' so determined to unlearn everything from the past?Motorsport.com said:A track layout which uses mostly car parks and land owned by the stadium, best known as the home of the Miami Dolphins, has been designed.
However, it also includes around half a mile of public roads along Northwest 199th Street, to the south of the stadium.
Depending on when in May, that might be supportive as opposed to competitive. Indy is no where near as big as it was in the 1950s and 1960s. But, it would help if the put F1 in downtown Miami where the people are. If you want to build a market, you need to go where the people are. As it is, Miami is one of the three places in the U.S. where there is a market (the others being New York and Southern California), so having a race there is a good choice.as ive just noticed they are having it in may, which makes 2 things this is highly likely 2020 will be the final Spanish gp, which Is a positive at least circuits not the best but it can be any worse than spain. & 2 why may? they are doing this for publicity & to crack America. they couldn't be doing it in a worse month because month of may is world famous for the indy 500
Personally, I think it was the "Tilking" of the last set of corners before the main straight. It was done allegedly to promote overtaking by slowing the entry into the final corner. I think I preferred it when cars tried to take the last bend as fast as possible. You needed to have proper nuts to get the maximum out of the exit of turn 16.Yea, I am not sure why that is. If the track is the problem, then a few minor tweaks in the track should correct that. But it seems a shame not to have a Spanish GP.