(CNN)Formula One could be headed for downtown Miami next year, the sport's organizers revealed Wednesday.
Formula One race in Miami proposed for October 2019
Miami city commissioners will meet next week to discuss a proposal put to them by F1 organizers which would see the inaugural race take place in October 2019.
If agreed, Miami will host a grand prix each year until 2028 and become the second US stop on F1's world championship calendar, along with Austin, Texas.
"With over half a billion fans worldwide, Formula One is the greatest racing spectacle on the planet," F1's managing director of commercial operations Sean Bratches said in a statement.
"Miami's 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 One and its fans."
One of the supporters of the proposal is Stephen Ross, owner of NFL franchise Miami Dolphins. Ross is also a key figure in moving the Miami Open tennis tournament to Hard Rock Stadium in 2019.
"Miami is a first-class global city and Formula One is a first-class global brand," Ross said in a statement.
"In cooperation with the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County, I am confident we can deliver yet another global event that will be a destination for people from around the world and drive economic value to South Florida."
In April, CNN The Circuit asked a selection of drivers where in the world they'd like to see an F1 race, and current championship leader Lewis Hamilton chose Miami.