F1 » Marko backs Austrian GP as Valencia plots return


Red Bulk advisor Helmut Marko insists that the possibility of bidding for an Austrian GP cannot be entirely ruled out.

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CJD

December 05, 2012 11:01 PM

just was there the last two years watching DTM at the A1 Ring.

pitty that at the moment there are max 25.000 people allowed, but it's one of the greatest track for spectators ..
at certain points you can see 90% (!!) of the racetrack
(gold west - Block a rows 15 and upwards )

greetings

aldo2654 - Unregistered

December 05, 2012 11:40 PM

This might be controversial, but the track I would love to see back is the 14 mile Nurburgring. It would probably never happen, because of too many bad memories and how much investment it would seriously cost too modernise it for modern f1.
The Germans seem to have the strongest economy in Europe supposedly at the moment, so why not let them use some of their money to bring it back. It would be a seriously huge undertaking.

Caleb - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 9:38 AM

the nurburgring nordschleife would NEVER hold again an F1 race.
The track is pure and simply not suited for modern f1...it would require a major revamp of the track surface, large off track areas and the disposal of the famous karusel turns which IMO would ruin the Ring.

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