Madrid, the capital of Spain, has announced that it will hold F1. We have informed Formula One Management that we are committed to bringing F1 racing to the streets in the future.
F1’s global success continues to inspire interest from venues and potential race promoters around the world. Reportedly, the F1 calendar is set to expand to 24 races in 2023, with Las Vegas already set to host, and strong expectations for a historic return to South Africa’s Kyalami.
Madrid has named itself as a new race destination as F1 enjoys unprecedented levels of commercial and territorial growth.
In a letter sent to F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali on Monday, the Madrid community announced in the voice of Cabinet Minister Enrique Lopez the commitment of the Spanish capital to host the Grand Prix. ..
“It is my pleasure to write to you on behalf of the Government of the Madrid community to express interest in the development of the F1 Grand Prix in Madrid,” wrote Enrique Lopez.
“We believe that hosting a motor racing event in Madrid, one of the most exciting sporting phenomena of our time, will be a success for all the professionals, institutions and companies involved in the development of F1.”
“Of course, it will be satisfying for the whole region and its citizens, which is why the Madrid Community Government is most interested in making it possible.”
“We are ready to work with you and your team to bring F1 to Madrid.”
F1 last visited Madrid in 1981. Multiple Grand Prix was held at the Hamara Circuit.
The F1 Spanish Grand Prix has been held at the Catalunya circuit since 1991, and the contract has been extended until 2026. A popular venue for fans, especially two Spanish drivers Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso are on the grid.
Last year, 300,000 fans passed the gates of Barcelona during the three days of the weekend race.
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