Bin Sulayem chooses to keep the European races: “We do not forget”

the Formula 1 calendar In 2023 the discussion will be more than ever. Liberty Media seems to have its sights set on spreading more to the new countries and the United States, as European races struggle to keep their heads above water. Mohammed bin Sulayem believes that we should not simply deny the European races.

In recent years, Formula 1 has gained immense popularity again, and especially in the United States, the royal class has gone through the roof. This is why we are now three races in the US and European racing fans and organizers are increasingly concerned about its survival. Until the Monaco Grand Prix, its crown jewel F1 calendar, it seems that he must be worried for a while about the disappearance of the calendar. Moreover Belgian Grand Prix The future is by no means certain. France has since disappeared from the calendar.

Europe

Formula 1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali in particular seems to have set his sights on going to more exotic places, for example he would like to race the South African Grand Prix. For Ben Slimane, the FIA ​​president, things are a little different. “Even if there are other regions in the world that are becoming more attractive, we must not forget one thing: Europe. I think you can go anywhere, but you can’t take everything out of Europe at once,” he told Germany’s branch. Motorsport.com.

Governments need

Races like the one in Germany haven’t been on the calendar for several years, and as mentioned, they’re also regularly troubled at Spa-Francorchamps and Monte Carlo. “Where do you draw the line? Ultimately the promoter is creating a business and we need to look at what we need to do to keep motorsport alive.” [in een land]. But the water only flows downstream, and in the end we need governments to support us.”

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