Formula 1 says that it is looking to "address community concerns" amid local opposition to a world championship race in Miami.
Carlos Gimenez, the mayor of Miami-Dade county, used his veto powers to overturn opposition to the event after commissioners passed legislation to ban the closing of streets in order to hold the race.
Liberty Media, the commercial rights holders of F1, has been in discussion with Miami over a grand prix deal for a number of years.
The latest track proposals would see it built around the Hard Rock Stadium, home to NFL's Miami Dolphins. According to the Miami Herald, Commissioner Barbara Jorda said the Dolphins should expect bad publicity if it continues to seek a race.
In a fresh statement from F1, it read: "Along with Miami Dolphins, we are encouraged the County Commission sustained the Mayor’s Veto.
"As Miami Dolphins has done for all its events at Hard Rock Stadium, and as we have done in every city that hosts a race, we will continue to work with the Mayor and the community to make a Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix a huge success for all of Miami-Dade County; including the residents of Miami Gardens.
"We will work very hard to address community concerns in a meaningful way, mitigate any inconveniences or disruptions to local residents, and create an event we can all be proud of."
F1 is hoping to secure a race in the Florida city for the 2021 season.