F1 » Mexico return imminent?

The Mexican Grand Prix could be poised for a dramatic return to the F1 schedule in 2013 - but at who's expense?

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May 30, 2012 7:22 PM

It's good to see different countries holding a GP but there are too many coming in and pushing out the GP's that we all love.

I thought with the economic crisis it might be a better idea for most of the calendar to be in Europe as all teams are based there and the smaller teams are strapped for cash but little Bernie has gone the opposite!

If Bernie has way we'll lose Spa, Melbourne, Catalunya etc...

I would love to see the return of A1 Ring, Magny Cours and Istanbul!

Bob - Unregistered

May 30, 2012 9:22 PM

Valencia can go. I don't think anyone would mind, the races have generally been very dull there.
Spain doesn't have the money to host two F1 races in a year at the moment either.

We will see - Unregistered

May 30, 2012 10:43 PM

As long as Tilke doesn't make improvements, it's still a fast track and the organisers can keep stray dogs and snakes from getting onto the track then why not. Mexico City has a crime problem but no worse than Sao Paulo.

OZFan - Unregistered

May 31, 2012 1:34 AM

Sorry fellows.
If you don't know first hand, please don't talk about some place you have never been at.
That Mexico City and the whole country has some security issues, yes, that is so correct.
But rate crime in main Mexican cities is no worse than in "First world cities", such as New York, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Detroit, LA or DC.
In fact, statistically, it is more likely that you could get murdered while visiting Orlando than in the "dangerous" Mexico City.

Fletcher - Unregistered

May 31, 2012 6:32 AM

Who needs Tilke. They should keep the same old layout including the banking just make it modern with todays safety measures. I went there once and if you think the Italians are fanatics, you have to witness the Mexicans. They are crazy.

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