Formula 1: Caribbean GP: Next track pushes for F1 alignment | Formula 1 News

The Formula 1 calendar for 2023 has simply been confirmed, so the calendar for 2024 might already be effectively below dialogue. Maybe the Caribbean Grand Prix?

South Africa? Germany? Colombia? The listing of potential future Formula 1 locations could possibly be continued indefinitely. The premier class of racing is presently having fun with large reputation and an increasing number of folks wish to get a bit of the ever-growing pie and convey the Formula 1 circus to city. Colombia and town of Barranquilla do the identical.

If one believes the statements of Jaime Pumarejo, the mayor of the Caribbean port metropolis, the cope with Formula 1 is about to be achieved.

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as session, El Colombiano And Blue Radio According to stories, Barranquilla could possibly be added to the racing calendar as early as 2024. According to Pumarejo, he’s set to signal a ten-year contract.

First race in 2024?

“The race itself will likely be held within the Barranquilla metropolitan space,” the mayor stated. “The first race, if it occurs, will likely be in 2024 and hopefully the contract will likely be for 10 years.” It’s nonetheless too early to report completion, he explains, “as a result of the contract hasn’t been signed but, however we’re getting nearer.”

The mayor obtained the endorsement of former Colombian President Ivan Duque earlier this yr. Gustavo Petro, Colombia’s present president, is skeptical of the mission and sees different priorities.

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There are presently two track layouts, each of which have already been authorised by Formula 1, in response to stories. Half of the route structure ought to move by town.

Race restrict reached

In Barranquilla, it’s hoped that the occasion will likely be self-financing as a result of ensuing city growth, tourism and ticket income. One is dependent upon this, as neither town nor the state have the monetary means to arrange the race – which is able to function below the identify Gran Premio de Caribe.

If the Caribbean Grand Prix is ​​certainly held, a minimum of one race will now have to offer method to the 2023 calendar. According to the Concorde Agreement, the variety of races shouldn’t exceed 24. Add to that Formula 1’s curiosity in having a race in South Africa and, like this yr, issues are getting tighter on the schedule with the return of China, Qatar and a brand new race in Las Vegas.

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