F1 » Ecclestone hints at Austrian F1 return


Bernie Ecclestone hints that Austria would be welcome back on the F1 calendar

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Liam - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 8:44 PM

Bring it back! Like Spa it's in the forest and that makes the best tracks. There was plans to use part of the old track hope they decide to ahead with it, it should kick abu dahbi off the calernder or most cenrtenly Bahrain

andrew. - Unregistered

May 10, 2011 11:53 PM

I would like F1 to return to Austria. The remodelled A1 Ring looks like a good track. They should ditch some of these flat and featureless tracks (Silverstone, Bahrain, Yas Marina to name 3) and hold a race at a proper track.

USF1_Fan - Unregistered

May 11, 2011 6:11 AM

Sure, bring Austria back.
There are a few others that I would love to see back too...

Personally I would like to see more races added to the schedule. 52 weeks in a year, no reason they shouldn't be able to run half that, minus a few weeks off in summer. Make it 22 so they can take a month.

These guys make huge money- yes, they earn it but still HUGE money.
Give us 22 to 26 races a season and quit being babies about it. lmao

richard

May 11, 2011 10:28 AM

it is great that mateschitz has put money into renovating a circuit, as well as running two teams. all credit to him. and doesnt the name sound great? red bullring. i reckon that bernie recognises the importance of red bull, and we will see a race there before too long, probably in 2013. fingers crossed!

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