Formula 1: Caribbean GP: Next track pushes for F1 alignment | Formula 1 news

The Formula 1 calendar for 2023 has simply been confirmed, so the 2024 calendar is already properly beneath dialogue. Maybe the Caribbean Grand Prix?

South Africa? Germany? Colombia? The record of future instructions of Formula 1 may go on and on. The premier class of racing is now massively in style and increasingly more folks need to take a bit of the ever-growing pie and produce the Formula 1 circus to city. The similar goes for Colombia and the town of Barranquilla.

A cope with Formula 1 is on the best way, when you’re to consider Jaime Pumarejo, the mayor of the Caribbean port metropolis.

Race calendar for 2023


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  2. Formula 1 will visit Saudi Arabia in December.  (Source: https://twitter.com/f1)
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    Race 2: Saudi Arabia GP Jeddah, 19 March 2023
  3. The Albert Park circuit in Melbourne/Australia is one of the most beautiful but also the most demanding tracks in Formula 1.
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  5. With tight corners and long straights, the track in Baku guarantees a motorsport spectacle.
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  6. The Miami track will be part of Formula 1 from 2022 (Image source: Formula 1).
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  7. Lewis Hamilton (front) wins Imola in 2020.
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  8. Perez follows in Vettel's footsteps, Hamilton leads.
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  9. Race 6: Spanish GP in Barcelona, ​​May 22, 2022
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  10. Canadian Grand Prix: Montreal, Gilles Villeneuve (until 2029)
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  11. Formula 1 is visiting Spielberg for the second weekend in a row.
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  12. There will be a sprint race at Silverstone.
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    Race 14: Belgian GP at Spa-Francorchamps, July 30, 2023 © Imago
  15. The course at Zandvoort is beautifully set in a hilly landscape.
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  16. The highest speed track: Autodromo di Monza/Italy – 349 km/h
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  17. There will be no night race in Singapore in 2021 either.
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    Race 17: Singapore GP at Singapore, September 17, 2023 © Imago
  18. Formula 1 continues to make rounds on the Suzuka International Race Course.
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  19. Losail International Circuit Route Profile.
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  20. Austin
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  21. Longest distance to the first corner: Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City/Mexico - 890 meters
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    Race 21: Mexican GP in Mexico City, October 29, 2023 © Imago
  22. Shortest distance to the first corner: Autodromo José Carlos Pace, Sao Paulo/Brazil - 190 meters
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  23. Formula 1 will be held in Las Vegas from the 2023 season.
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    Race 23: US GP III in Las Vegas, November 18, 2023 © Imago
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    Race 24: Abu Dhabi GP, 26 November 2022

as semester, El Colombiano and Blue radio report, Barranquilla might be added to the racing calendar in 2024. According to Pumarejo, they will signal a ten-year contract.

First race in 2024?

“The competitors itself will probably be held within the metropolitan space of ​​Barranquilla,” mentioned the mayor. “The first race, if it occurs, will probably be in 2024 and hopefully the contract will probably be for 10 years.” It’s too early to announce completion, he explains, “as a result of the contract hasn’t been signed but, however we’re getting nearer.”

The mayor obtained help from former Colombian president Ivan Duque earlier this yr. Current Colombian President Gustavo Petro is skeptical of the challenge and sees different priorities.

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There are at the moment two track layouts, each of that are Formula 1 authorised. Half of the routes ought to cross by means of the town.

The race has reached its restrict

In Barranquilla, it’s hoped that the occasion will probably be self-financing by means of city growth, tourism and ticket income. One is because of the truth that neither the town nor the state have the monetary means to arrange a race known as the Gran Premio de Caribe.

If the Caribbean Grand Prix had certainly gone forward, no less than one race would now should make manner for the 2023 calendar. According to the Concord settlement, the variety of races mustn’t exceed 24. Add to that Formula 1’s curiosity in South Africa, and with new races in China, Qatar and Las Vegas similar to this yr, issues aren’t on schedule.

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