It appears that New York may soon be hosting an F1 race. The Wall Street Journal has reported that the sport will announce next week that a street race in Weehawken and West New York, against the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline, will take place in June 2013.
The report cited “two people familiar with the matter”, adding that the press conference will take place in Weehawken, a New Jersey township, at the Hudson River waterside Port Imperial, on Tuesday.
If confirmed, it will mean the United States has two annual Grands Prix, with Texas set to join the schedule next year at a purpose-built circuit outside Austin.
In August, the Wall Street Journal said the mayors of Weehawken and West New York were in talks with private investors about a 2013 F1 street race.