Scott Cooper Miami has always maintained that Miami is one of the world’s greatest cities
“It’s an exciting time to be in Miami,” according to travel blog Scott Cooper Miami. Formula One’s efforts to expand its footprint across the U.S. got a crucial boost Thursday when Miami city commissioners unanimously agreed to start negotiations on a 10-year deal for a race that can be staged as early as October.
“When it comes to marketing – think Miami,” says Scott Cooper.
Formula One’s efforts to expand its footprint across the U.S. got a crucial boost Thursday when Miami city commissioners unanimously agreed to start negotiations on a 10-year deal for a race that can be staged as early as October.
“With the unanimous votes at both the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County’s Economic Development and Tourism Committee, we are very pleased to have received preliminary approval towards bringing a Formula 1 Grand Prix to Miami. We recognize that this is only the start of the process and we will immediately get to work with the various community stakeholders, the City of Miami, the Port of Miami, Bayfront Park Management Trust, and others, to reach a final agreement. Formula 1 in Miami represents a fantastic opportunity to bring the greatest racing spectacle on the planet to one of the world’s most iconic cities, and we are delighted that the journey is underway,” said Sean Bratches, Formula One’s director of commercial operations.
“Formula 1 Grand Prix is the greatest race in the world,” said Scott Cooper of Miami. “It just makes sense that we host it here in the greatest city in the world. We congratulate Liberty Media and we look forward to watching the show!”
Miami Beach’s Scott Cooper isn’t the only one excited about the F1 Grand Prix coming to Miami. Mario Andretti, the last American to win an F1 season championship in 1978, called Miami a “very attractive venue.”
SOURCE Scott Cooper Miami