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Well us Swedes are ok, we've got a lot of water in between so it's not really a problem...
Aynway, Potrero. That's an interesting point really. The very things that make it seem like a nice and flowing circuit on board a GT could well make it a pretty dull F1 track. There may not be too many overtaking opportunities. But yeah, if they could make it work safety-wise then why not give it a try. Problem is race deals aren't exactly worked out like that, they have multi-year contracts, investors who need to back their investments up etc.
Another concern is that the safety measures themselves may take away a good part of the charm of the track. Certainly seems reasonable to think that safety fences and Tecpro all round the track may make the scenery look just a little bit less spectacular - although I suppose the same goes for the Mar del Plata layout pictured.