F1 » Go for a lap of the London Grand Prix circuit!


Strap yourself in and prepare to take a ride around some of London's most famous landmarks in this cool imaging of what a London F1 Grand Prix might be like. Enjoy...

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Totoloasticot - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 11:00 AM

Speechless !!
Although French, I lived in London for a year a while back and just loved the city.
On the dwonside, I did not see real overtaking opportunities.
This looks like the Santander project. Another one is to built a proper race track around the Olympics site.
WOuld be great to have 2 races in UK, the country deserves it, with so many fans and teams.
I'd love to see the same amount of interest in my own country.

elijah

June 29, 2012 11:17 AM
Last Edited 755 days ago

With so many teams based in England,and the United Kingdom's massive technical contribution to the sport, its only right we have a second Grand Prix here. It could be called the London, Diamond Ring Circuit. But,with Bernie paying for it he is after a legacy,the London,Ecclestone Circuit.

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