Red Bull making to host F1 Grand Prix at Austria

Red Bull Racing planning to host Formula 1 Grand Prix at their own A1-Ring in Austria for 2013 season.

Next season timetable was mix up to allocate for one more European Grand Prix in July following the proposed New Jersey race fell through.

Formerly the A1-Ring acquired by Red Bull, following they redeveloped it into the Red Bull Ring. It was reopened in 2011 and hosted a round of the DTM series and Formula 2.

Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko believes that the Red Bull Ring is more than well a comeback of Formula 1 grand prix to Austria for the first time since 2003 season.

“We have made the FIA aware that there is we have a track with a full F1 license,” Marko is quoted as telling Speed Week.

Red Bull Ring current 40,000 capacity would make it hard for the event to make a profit, Helmut Marko suggests that funding could also be forthcoming from the Austrian national government and the region of Styria.

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