Proposals for a Miami Grand Prix added to Formula 1 calendar next year can move one step closer to fruition next week.
The municipality of Miami Commission will meet on May 10 to vote on plans for a multi-annual deal, with the first contest that can be held in October 2019.
After purchasing Bernie Ecclestone last year, F1 spoke owner Liberty Media to include a "destination" for US city to join Austin, Texas, on schedule, and it may be his wish in Miami city center.
"Formula 1 racing has a global appeal, and Miami City. A resolution goes ahead of the Commission next week to lead the City Manager to negotiate a multi-year agreement by July 1
"An agreement would have to go to the Commission for final approval before a race day in October 2019."  F1 Commercial Management Director Sean Bratches said: "Earlier today, Miami Commission took an important step by adding an item to his upcoming agenda, as if approved, will take place to take Formula One to Miami next season.
"We appreciate the Community interest in hosting a Formula One race and look forward to working with local officials and stakeholders to bring this vision to life.
"With over half a billion fans worldwide, Formula 1 is the biggest racing spectacle on the planet, and Miamis status as one of the world's most iconic and glamorous cities combined with its robust tourism infrastructure makes Miami the perfect destination for Formula 1 and its fans. "