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Madrid has officially expressed interest in hosting a Formula 1 race, the city's regional government announced on Thursday. Although t

Madrid has officially expressed interest in hosting a Formula 1 race, the city’s regional government announced on Thursday. Although there are no Formula 1 tracks in Madrid and Spain already hosts a race in Barcelona, ​​which has a contract until 2026, the Spanish capital considers it appropriate to start talks with the organizers of the great circus, Liberty Media, to organize a race.

“I would like to confirm our commitment to you and to this project, as well as our willingness to sign the appropriate agreements to promote the race and offer a great sporting and entertainment show,” wrote the Councilor for the Presidency of the Government of the Community of Madrid, Enrique López, in a letter to the general manager of F1, Stefano Domenicali.

The man from Madrid was less than a second behind Verstappen but he savored a long time later a Sunday of good performance and results, relaunched (102 points) to seek the podium of the F1 World Cup. Silverstone has a history and it is not the best for a Sainz who will try to change it dressed in red.

Mick Schumacher – 0 points

Nicholas Latifi – 0 points

The chase for the Red Bulls is being handled by Ferrari, but Mercedes can still get into the fight. For the Scuderia, the total turnaround that the course took must already be assumed, while they trust that Charles Leclerc (126) comes out of the misfortune jinx.

Verstappen has five victories of the last six races, the other was for his teammate Sergio Pérez, and he is the outstanding leader with 175 points for the 129 of the Mexican, second and with a ‘0’ last Sunday.

The Great Britain GP, ​​the tenth round of the Formula 1 World Championship, arrives this week with a lot to teach, if the solid leader, the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), allows it, with the desire to re-emerge from a Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) protagonist unwittingly this week and linking good performances in the Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and Fernando Alonso (Alpine).

A year later, Formula 1 is once again the great embarrassment of racism, this time due to the statements that came to light by Nelson Piquet, calling Hamilton “black”. A year ago, after the Englishman’s comeback to win the Grand Prix, and a clash with Verstappen that cost the Red Bull man the race, the Mercedes man was attacked in the same vein on social media.

The qualifying session for the F1 British Grand Prix, which takes place at the Silverstone circuit, will take place at 4:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time).

The Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), the last Formula One world champion, will try to reinforce his leadership at Silverstone (England), a circuit that hosted, in 1950, the first race in the history of the premier class; and that this weekend will host the British Grand Prix, the tenth of the World Cup.

🕓 The F1 British GP qualifying session will take place at 16:00 (GMT+2); For its part, the race will be held on Sunday, July 3, also at 4:00 p.m. (GMT + 2). Both days can be followed through DAZN and Movistar +, as well as minute by minute through the La Vanguardia website. Ready? Ready? Let’s start!