French GP has been a topic of conversation for the last few months. The French GP is considered to be one of the most boring and not-so-entertaining races on the season’s calendar. With only a few overtaking opportunities, the track doesn’t have much to offer. With the recent rumors of the track being dropped from the calendar, the French GP organizer is still hoping to stay put.
Stefano Domenicali, CEO of the Formula 1 group, plans to introduce South Africa as a possible weekend in 2023. The inclusion of South Africa would result in one of the circuits losing its contract with Formula One. The Spa is also considered potentially at risk ruled out next season could be one of those circuits we may not see in the coming future.
The CEO also plans to introduce a new rotation system, which means we might see some tracks on a seasonal basis rather than annually. Also mixing and creating a combination of new and traditional tracks.
“We’re not dead yet” said Pierre Guyonnet-Duperat, Paul Ricard’s officer.
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Pierre Guyonnet-Duperat’s officer appreciated the French GP
With many riders, winners and champions coming from the country, the country currently also has its own team and riders on the grid. Pierre Guyonnet praised the track with all the excitement it gives us.
“France has an important place in the history of the automotive industry and motorsport. We have champions, two Formula 1 drivers and with Alpine also a team in Formula 1”, He said.
The French GP has been sport-friendly in recent years. In 2021, with a title fight throughout the season, the French GP was one of the biggest entertainments last year. Max Verstappen won two races here, ahead of him Lewis Hamilton.
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