Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone must be take huge effort for next season F1 schedule, as four new Grand Prix’s lodged into the 2014 calendar.
Officially Indian Grand Prix dropped from 2014 F1 and maybe Korean Grand Prix will drive-out.
New four Grand Prix are pushing for arrangement on an already mixed-up with timetable. Mexican Grand Prix Autodromo Hermano Rodriguez track was added the second-last location in calendar.
The Austrian Grand Prix is second new venue of the 2014 calendar, Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz will provide all fund for this race.
Russian Grand Prix already scheduled, and gave a temporary date of October 19, before the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Early of this season some reports states that the second United States Formula One race in New Jersey schedule for 2014 season. But latest reports says that again New Jersey skipped from next season.
The Grand Prix of America, scheduled to take place across the Hudson River from New York City in 2014 isn’t happening because the race’s organizers don’t have enough money, Ecclestone said.
“It’s not in the cards for next year,” he said. The official F1 calendar won’t be finalized until December, but organizers need to prove they have the requisite financial backing well in advance.
However, Grand Prix of America spokesman Alex Howe said the race could still happen.
“We don’t comment on financial matters but we are on track for 2014 and will have a statement following the announcement of the official 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship schedule,” Howe told CNN.