Written in SPORTS CENTER the 4/4/2022 09:27 a.m. The 2022 season of the Formula 1, as in 2021, broke a record as the longest seasons in the p
The five races that could disappear in Formula 1: GP Mexico included
Written in SPORTS CENTER the 4/4/2022 09:27 a.m.
The 2022 season of the Formula 1, as in 2021, broke a record as the longest seasons in the premier category of motorsports at the time. However, the Liberty Media project has not ended there. The idea, according to Stéfano Dominecali, CEO of the series, is to take the maximum that currently exists of 24 turns per year.
The arrival of the Grand Prix Miami for this year and Las Vegas for 2023 will give more focus to the United States, another of the priorities of the company that owns Formula 1although this also means that they could part with one of the five races that will end their contract this year.
These are the races that could come out of Formula 1
Monaco Grand Prix – The mythical race, which was canceled in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will have a more assured edition, where Max Verstappen will be looking to pick up wins after failing to score a podium in his previous forays, as well as a rematch for Charles Leclercwho was unable to contest his home race due to a crash in qualifying despite having secured pole position.
French Grand Prix – One of the few circuits that were in the first Formula 1 campaign and that returned in 2018 after 10 years of absence could say goodbye to Formula 1 again for the 2023 campaign at the Circuit Paul Ricard. In the latest edition, Max Verstappen took the win in Red Bull’s best run of the season and where Sergio “Checo” Pérez got his second podium finish with the Austrians.
Belgian Grand Prix – The controversy of last season, where the weather prevented the race from taking place, although it ended with a score due to the confirmation of the stewards after two laps with a safety car put Spa-Francorchamps in the hot seat during the last lap, although more would come due to an economic issue.
Netherlands Grand Prix – Although there was even talk of adding a second race in that region at Assen, Zandvoort will end his first contract after his return to Formula 1 and which handed the defending world champion a home win during the last race.
Mexican Grand Prix – Despite winning, in all its possibilities, the recognition for the best Formula 1 event, the Grand Prix at the Autodromo de los Hermanos Rodríguez could say goodbye to the calendar after the 2023 campaign, even with government authorities. Last March, the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, met with the President of Formula 1 to discuss a topic in this regard..