2013 will play host to another F1 circuit on the streets of New Jersey with Manhatten as the backdrop according to SPEED.
"Formula One is set to light up the East Coast of the U.S. for the next 10 years - with a spectacular road race course which is already being compared to the Monte Carlo Grand Prix.
Race boss Bernie Ecclestone is today expected to sign a deal for the world's top drivers to speed along the streets of New Jersey's Hudson shoreline - with the Manhattan skyline as a stunning backdrop - for the next decade.
It will be the realisation of Ecclestone's dream to bring the race to New York - something he has tried, and failed to do, several times since the 1970s.
But event safety will be under the spotlight following the recent death of British driver Dan Wheldon in the Las Vegas IndyCar season finale."