Plans for a Grand Prix in New York have been dropped from the provisional calendar for the 2014 Formula One season, but Mexico does return.
New Jersey had hoped to stage a race around a 3.2-mile street circuit with views of the New York City skyline but, instead, Mexico can look forward to hosting a first Grand Prix since 1992 at the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit.
A race in South Korea also features in the 21-event calendar.
If it is approved and all the races take place, the teams will face their longest season in the history of the sport with 21 races.
In addition to the return of Mexico, where big and enthusiastic crowds have always greeted F1, the calendar includes an event in Russia at the winter Olympic venue Sochi.
As expected, the season will start in Australia on March 16th with Malaysia a week later.