With the ink still dry on a contract between Liberty Media and the Miami region for a new Grand Prix from 2022, take a look at the proposed circuit layout with a lap in Assetto Corsa.

The long-running will they or won't they saga of a new race in the United States is finally over, as recent days have seen the long awaited agreement between the city of Miami and Formula One to host a Grand Prix at a brand-new purpose street circuit within the confines of the Hard Rock Stadium complex.

The potential second Grand Prix in North America has been in the works for several years, and has been forced to overcome a number of hurdles and track layout revisions ahead of this finalized, confirmed design. To celebrate getting the new proposal over the finish line at long last, circuit architects Apex Circuit Design have released a first look video of the new 19 corner layout in action, with the venerable Assetto Corsa chosen as the sim racing platform of choice to showcase the new circuit.

The Miami Grand Prix track is expected to offer up some incredibly fast racing when it makes a debut on the 2022 Formula One calendar, with average speeds expected to reach 223km/h, and features a mixture of high speed corners, close proximity walls and incredibly long straights.

The layout certainly looks fun in a Formula One car, but will it produce good racing?

Only time will tell....