Formula 1: Belgian and French GP to be AXED F1 as bosses plan to make WAY for South African GP for 2023 season – Check Out
Formula 1: According to a report, the iconic Belgian and French GP will be axed from the pinnacle of motorsport as F1…
Formula 1: According to a report, the iconic Belgian and French GP will be axed from the pinnacle of motorsport as F1 bosses plan to make way for the South African GP in the 2023 F1 calendar. Follow Formula 1 Updates and Austrian Grand Prix Live on InsideSport.IN.
The details of next season’s timetable are yet to be officially reported, however, there are a few elements that have proactively been disclosed. F1 heads to Las Vegas interestingly since messed up races in the car park at Caesars Palace during the 1980s, while the game’s supervisors want to spread to additional sides of the globe.
It was reported last month that there are conversations with return to South Africa, to run a race at Kyalami without precedent for 30 years. Furthermore, new data proposes it will be on the 2023 schedule, with high-profile races in Europe being sliced to make room.
🇿🇦F1 are in advance talks to hold a South African Grand Prix.
The event could be added to the Formula One calendar as soon as next year.
— Sam Street (@samstreetwrites) June 10, 2022
F1 bosses want to run 24 races one year from now, which would be another record for the game. What’s more, with new venues being added to clean up the timetable, the Belgian and French Grands Prix are set to be chopped out.
The race at Spa-Francorchamps has been run since before the F1 big showdown was laid out, and has missed just six times starting around 1950. The main way that number could try not to become seven is in the event that talks separate over the Kyalami race, with Belgium possibly getting a one-year agreement expansion assuming that is the situation.
Meanwhile, the all-out number of Grands Prix could in any case boil down to 23, reliant upon whether running a race in China is conceivable. The sport has been missing since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic, having been not able to return over severe rules that are still in force in the Asian country.
While the news of a possible axe is terrible information for Belgium and France, it is a respite for the Monaco Grand Prix. The historic race in the principality has lost a lot of its style and notoriety in the modern era, and the track is viewed as too narrow for the present F1 vehicles.
Meanwhile, Its ongoing agreement additionally terminates this year, prompting the hypothesis that the Monaco race would be the one axed out assuming F1 supervisors expected to make room on the calendar. As per this report, however, the principality looks set to remain ‘if an agreement is reached on extending the contract’.
The report adds that F1 bosses ‘want to put together a more logical calendar’ after analysis of the strategic requests of adding more races. For instance, if possible, if they desire to organize the Miami Grand Prix then the Canadian GP should take place in the first place meaning less hassle for the teams.