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Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Formula 1 News: Las Vegas and Africa might host Formula 1 races in future, says F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali

Formula 1 News: In an exclusive interview with Martin Brundle, F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali discussed potential new races and teams.
He stated that Grands Prix could be held in Las Vegas and Africa in the future. Domenicali also indicated the possibility for a record season.
And, as per reports, Formula 1 chief Stefano Domenicali acknowledged that Las Vegas and Africa might also host races in the future.

This year’s F1 calendar will have a record 23 races. But, there are strong rumors that Las Vegas, which last hosted a race in 1984, could return as a third race in the United States next season.

Domenicali told Martin Brundle ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix that it was “not only Las Vegas,” but also “other cities that are interested in Formula 1.”
“We need to be balanced,” explained F1’s CEO and president. The other opportunities must be considered too, he added. And, “very soon,” they will reveal their strategy for developing that market.

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Formula 1 News: Las Vegas and Africa might host Formula 1 races in future, says F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali

Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?
Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Domenicali also mentioned Africa as a potential growth market. The Kyalami circuit in South Africa, which Lewis Hamilton has stated should be reinstated in Formula 1, last hosted a race in 1993 and has been suggested as a possible venue.

More than America or China, Domenicali believes there is a chance to be in Africa shortly. Certainly, that is another area where the calendar’s geography has been lacking, he added.

The current Concorde Agreement, which lasts through 2025, provides for 24 races per season in Formula 1.
He added he believes there is a chance to go to 24 or even 30. In terms of global interest, they need to strike the balance between what locations they want in F1.

Moreover, several existing races may lose their spots on the grid.
Domenicali said there are several promoters whose contracts are coming to an end. And, some of the present Grand Prix will most likely be dropped off the calendar.

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Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?
Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Domenicali also discussed the possibility of new F1 teams. Michael Andretti, a highly successful American driver, and team owner has expressed interest in entering Formula 1.
Domenicali said it was not just Michael Andretti. He’s the most outspoken, but they’ve had more than four or five requests for the same.

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However, he said that very honestly, presently, F1 with ten teams, has ” solid” competition. There will be complexities if more teams are added. Therefore, it’s not the most vital ingredient to grow F1.

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Referring to last year’s title fight, he said, at the end of the day, with two drivers and two teams competing – the interest [in F1] was at the top.
It is more than enough if there are, as they expect this year, more drivers to compete.
The second race of the season at the Saudi Arabian GP begins on Sunday at 6 p.m.

Formula 1 News: In an exclusive interview with Martin Brundle, F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali discussed potential new races and teams.
He stated that Grands Prix could be held in Las Vegas and Africa in the future. Domenicali also indicated the possibility for a record season.
And, as per reports, Formula 1 chief Stefano Domenicali acknowledged that Las Vegas and Africa might also host races in the future.

This year’s F1 calendar will have a record 23 races. But, there are strong rumors that Las Vegas, which last hosted a race in 1984, could return as a third race in the United States next season.

Domenicali told Martin Brundle ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix that it was “not only Las Vegas,” but also “other cities that are interested in Formula 1.”
“We need to be balanced,” explained F1’s CEO and president. The other opportunities must be considered too, he added. And, “very soon,” they will reveal their strategy for developing that market.

READ MORE: Formula 1 News: 5 things to know before the Saudi Arabian GP

Formula 1 News: Las Vegas and Africa might host Formula 1 races in future, says F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali

Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?
Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Domenicali also mentioned Africa as a potential growth market. The Kyalami circuit in South Africa, which Lewis Hamilton has stated should be reinstated in Formula 1, last hosted a race in 1993 and has been suggested as a possible venue.

More than America or China, Domenicali believes there is a chance to be in Africa shortly. Certainly, that is another area where the calendar’s geography has been lacking, he added.

The current Concorde Agreement, which lasts through 2025, provides for 24 races per season in Formula 1.
He added he believes there is a chance to go to 24 or even 30. In terms of global interest, they need to strike the balance between what locations they want in F1.

Moreover, several existing races may lose their spots on the grid.
Domenicali said there are several promoters whose contracts are coming to an end. And, some of the present Grand Prix will most likely be dropped off the calendar.

READ MORE: Saudi Arabian GP: Preview, Schedule and live stream details

Formula 1 News: Will there be an addition of more teams on the F1 grid?

Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?
Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Domenicali also discussed the possibility of new F1 teams. Michael Andretti, a highly successful American driver, and team owner has expressed interest in entering Formula 1.
Domenicali said it was not just Michael Andretti. He’s the most outspoken, but they’ve had more than four or five requests for the same.

However, he said that very honestly, presently, F1 with ten teams, has ” solid” competition. There will be complexities if more teams are added. Therefore, it’s not the most vital ingredient to grow F1.

Referring to last year’s title fight, he said, at the end of the day, with two drivers and two teams competing – the interest [in F1] was at the top.
It is more than enough if there are, as they expect this year, more drivers to compete.
The second race of the season at the Saudi Arabian GP begins on Sunday at 6 p.m.

Formula 1 News: In an exclusive interview with Martin Brundle, F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali discussed potential new races and teams.
He stated that Grands Prix could be held in Las Vegas and Africa in the future. Domenicali also indicated the possibility for a record season.
And, as per reports, Formula 1 chief Stefano Domenicali acknowledged that Las Vegas and Africa might also host races in the future.

This year’s F1 calendar will have a record 23 races. But, there are strong rumors that Las Vegas, which last hosted a race in 1984, could return as a third race in the United States next season.

Domenicali told Martin Brundle ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix that it was “not only Las Vegas,” but also “other cities that are interested in Formula 1.”
“We need to be balanced,” explained F1’s CEO and president. The other opportunities must be considered too, he added. And, “very soon,” they will reveal their strategy for developing that market.

READ MORE: Formula 1 News: 5 things to know before the Saudi Arabian GP

Formula 1 News: Las Vegas and Africa might host Formula 1 races in future, says F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali

Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?
Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Domenicali also mentioned Africa as a potential growth market. The Kyalami circuit in South Africa, which Lewis Hamilton has stated should be reinstated in Formula 1, last hosted a race in 1993 and has been suggested as a possible venue.

More than America or China, Domenicali believes there is a chance to be in Africa shortly. Certainly, that is another area where the calendar’s geography has been lacking, he added.

The current Concorde Agreement, which lasts through 2025, provides for 24 races per season in Formula 1.
He added he believes there is a chance to go to 24 or even 30. In terms of global interest, they need to strike the balance between what locations they want in F1.

Moreover, several existing races may lose their spots on the grid.
Domenicali said there are several promoters whose contracts are coming to an end. And, some of the present Grand Prix will most likely be dropped off the calendar.

READ MORE: Saudi Arabian GP: Preview, Schedule and live stream details

Formula 1 News: Will there be an addition of more teams on the F1 grid?

Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?
Formula 1 News: What F1 Boss says about New potential Races and Teams?

Domenicali also discussed the possibility of new F1 teams. Michael Andretti, a highly successful American driver, and team owner has expressed interest in entering Formula 1.
Domenicali said it was not just Michael Andretti. He’s the most outspoken, but they’ve had more than four or five requests for the same.

However, he said that very honestly, presently, F1 with ten teams, has ” solid” competition. There will be complexities if more teams are added. Therefore, it’s not the most vital ingredient to grow F1.

Referring to last year’s title fight, he said, at the end of the day, with two drivers and two teams competing – the interest [in F1] was at the top.
It is more than enough if there are, as they expect this year, more drivers to compete.
The second race of the season at the Saudi Arabian GP begins on Sunday at 6 p.m.

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