Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has stated that the F1 calendar will be restricted at 20 races, with the comeback of the Austrian Grand Prix. The effect comes out the current venue possibly dropped for the next season.
The interim calendar for next year presently added second United States Grand Prix in New Jersey, and a new race to launch in Russia.
“We will drive 20 races, no more,” Ecclestone told Austrian newspaper Kleine Zeitung. Also he added that seven years contract was signed with Austria for future.
Recently the reports come out that the Austrian Grand Prix will take the place of the planned street race in New Jersey.
Red Bull Ring officials had previously made it known that the circuit was available to stage top level competition following the failure of the New Jersey course to be ready in time for the 2013 season.