June.17 – Argentina may possibly proposition to come back to the F1 calendar following awarding a deal to Populous, the developers behind the Silverstone Arena and Wing, to develop a new FIA Grade 1 circuit. The planned 5.5km circuit is to be constructed in Zarate, in very close proximity to the country’s capital, Buenos Aires.
It will be proficient of hosting both Formula 1 and MotoGP as the track will meet the FIA’s top standard, Grade 1. It is expected to take two years from conception to completion. It is understood that the main aim is to promote motorsport and to train young drivers, but the longer-term plans include a bid to join the F1 calendar as well as hosting local racing, such as the Argentinian Touring Car Championship
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