The promise of Formula One in the United States has been broken many more times than it's been fulfilled. From the empty promise of the Port Imperial street circuit in New Jersey to only six cars starting the race at Indianapolis in 2005, the results have been less than stellar even when races have materialized. But despite a lot of false starts, F1 is probably better positioned to grow in America than any time in decades, thanks to almost a decade of success with the United States Grand Prix in Austin and now Netflix's popular Formula 1: Drive To Survive helping the series to find a wider audience. There's one person who wholeheartedly agrees with that: Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez.

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Miami Mayor Says Having An F1 Race Is Like Have The Superbowl Every Year

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