F1 » Austin creator now backing Mexican GP

Ousted from the Circuit of the Americas project, Tavo Hellmund has now turned his attention to reinstating Mexico on the F1 map.

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Ghastly - Unregistered

November 16, 2012 4:21 PM

A race in Hermanos Rodriguez would be great, but they would need to bring back the Peraltada curve. Also the access right now is a real mess. I cannot imagine over 100,000 persons making their way there.

DJ from TJ - Unregistered

November 16, 2012 5:06 PM

A GP in Cancun will be 1000x better than anywhere else in Mexico, first, it is absolutely gorgeous place and the wheather is perfect, second the hotel infrastructure is already there and world class(no love motels) third, security is not an issue in the area, and last but not least, who wouldn't want to go to a F1 race in Cancun and stay for some extra days for vacations?, did I mention the place is Gorgeus? It is a Win/Win situation for everybody, I'd rather go to Cancun than to New Jersey in a heart beat. Oh yeah, I almost forgot, there's more than likely chances that Mexico will have 2 drivers in the championship and F1 is a sport on a raise in there. Come on, can Corea and bag Mexico!!!

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