Jerez squeezes for Formula 1

The regional government slides agreement to assume the canon. Barcelona wants to renew its contract, now until 2020, in an F1 looking for 25 races.

For months, the Jerez Circuit has slipped its interest in receiving the Formula 1 World Cup in the medium term. In the last hours the Andalusian press has reported on the principle of agreement of the automatic government to defray the fee (about 25 million dollars per season) of a three-year agreement to organize a grand prize from 2021. While the interest The Andalusian layout exists, and although it is true that Liberty has already moved to its facilities in the past to check the viability of the project and see the plans for the planned remodeling, they are negotiations still in the initial phase. "We have been working for years on the return to #Jerez of Formula 1, but first of all, we will continue to keep confidentiality on this matter and so we ask the rest of Administrations and companies, especially for the sake of the project," said this Monday Mamen Sánchez Díaz, mayor of Jerez.Montmeló has a contract to organize the GP of Spain in 2020 and wants to negotiate a new ambitious link, of more than one season, with the organizer of the championship. It is a circuit that the teams and the FIA like, although the last renovation was closed on the horn and also to be covered in front of the unknowns of Vietnam or Zandvoort, whose reforms may not arrive in time for 2020. F1 is considered as a roof 25 races from 2021 and in the coming years, in addition to the Netherlands and Vietnam, the entry of Miami or Saudi Arabia is feasible. It seems impossible that there are two Spanish races on the calendar and it will be difficult for one to remain. Barcelona will defend its position just like Jerez, cathedral of motorcycling that has already hosted great prizes and pre-season test in the past. In the plane of the two wheels, Dorna already informed that from 2022 the shifts of the races in the Iberian Peninsula will be rotating and Portugal will join.

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