F1 » F1 POLL: Which European venue should fill the vacant slot?

Vote in our latest F1 poll and have your say now on which European venue you think should take the 'mystery' slot on the 2013 calendar. To submit your vote, simply CLICK HERE

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RBRring - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 1:22 PM

For maximum publicity and local interest in form of attending spectators the vacant slot should go to a venue in a country that has been succesful this year in F1. Countries that currently have no GP but had a driver/car who made it to the podium are Austria, Finland, France, Mexico and Venezuela! Out of these only Austria and France could in practise manage organising a GP next year. Sorry Kimi, Finland will never host a F1 GP, so my vote goes for Spielberg!

Shakey - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 2:16 PM

With some track-widening I think Magny-Cours would be a great return, and I kinda miss it, but I say go back to Austria and test out the renovated Red Bull Ring - get some V8 roar through those mountains before we have pissy V6 turbo lag!!

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