The Miami Formula 1 race was scheduled to take place in the port area, followed by the IMSA, Champ Car and Formula E area, along with the first image of the planned racetrack scheme.
The final decision on the race, scheduled to take place in October 2019, will be given at a city commission meeting on Tuesday.
The track runs around the American Airlines Arena, the home of the Miami Heat NBA team, and the track and paddock area will be right across the street.
From the starting finish level he descends into Biscayne Boulevard, then turns around and goes back to the same street. Later on, there is a quick section along the bridge next to the harbor boulevard.
After a sharp turn, we cross over the same bridge over Northeast 6th Street and come back to a sharp turn. Later, after a series of 90-degree turns around the arena along the beach, the start finishes again.
Some elements of the track resemble the original Miami street race track run by IMSA for the first time in 1983. On this first runway, the place where Biscayne Boulevard and Arena were standing was used.
The development of the city in 1986 caused the IMSA's race to be shifted slightly further to Bicentennial Park in the north. This track was also hosted in 1995 by a Champ Car race where Jacques Villeneuve won the reverse.
But CART returned to the former location for two races in 2002 and 2003. This track had some common points with the IMSA track and included Biscayne Boulevard.
In 2015, the Formula E race was held on a short 1.4-mile track running around the arena, but then shifted further north.
The proposed F1 runway will be the first track to pass over the water and return. In the '80s, original Miami GP marketers Ralph Sanchez and Bernie Ecclestone discussed a similar idea.
It is hoped that the two long plains and the hard braking areas that will come after them will lead to Baku-style exciting races.