Fans of Formula 1 racing looking forward to the sport's first race with the NYC skyline as a backdrop are going to have to wait a little longer. Despite plans to bring the race on a 3.2-mile circuit of local streets in Weehawken and West New York in June, 2013, the spectator-friendly high-speed race now is being pushed back at least a year. Blame "construction issues."

"We are going to be racing at Port Imperial, unfortunately just not as soon as we hoped and expected," Leo Hindery Jr., a promoter of the event, announced last week. "We promised Gov. Christie, the towns, the sport and its international fans the best possible experience, and unfortunately we need additional time to ensure that happens."

Apparently the "unique" proposed course has been a little harder to get ready in time for those 200 MPH cars. That is the problem with states where you can't make left turns! In the meantime, we'll just have to make do with videos of Formula One racers going 190 MPH through the Lincoln Tunnel.