F1 could soon welcome a new GP in Asia

After the Chinese stage in Shanghai, CEO Stefano Domenicali will visit two countries to discuss the entry of a new GP into the F1 calendar

Everyone wants to host an F1 race given the enormous prestige and audience that is overwhelming the Circus. Over the years, the calendar has become increasingly filled with races, so much so that the number has increased at 24 as never before in the history of F1. But as we know, F1 is also business and even the former Lamborghini CEO knows this well Stefano Domenicali who remained in Asia after the end of the Chinese weekend in order to discuss with the organizers of two countries in particular. We are talking about South Korea and the Thailand. It will not be easy for the Thai authorities to overcome the competition from other interested countries such as Korea, where from 2010 to 2013 the Korea International Circuit who saw the dominion of Sebastian Vettel.

There is new news in Thailand that the local authorities are pushing hard to create a Thai Grand Prix, preferably do it on a city ​​circuit. The news was announced by the spokesperson of the Thai government Chai Watcharong who has already indicated the area in which the event could take place, i.e. a Ratchadamnoenaround theisola in Rattanakosin. Furthermore, to give an extra push in organizing this new GP in the Asian country is the presence of Alexander Albon, the pilot of the Williams it would certainly give one more reason to ensure that this event takes place. Therefore we could see many new entries in the near future in F1 regarding the creation of new GPs in Asia with the calendar which could become increasingly dense.

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