On Sunday 28th August, the Spa-Francorchamps circuit will host the F1 stars. Whether it will be the last for the foreseeable future, the organization cannot yet say. But Spa Grand Prix wants to dazzle his F1 boss with lots of animations, decorations and sold-out Torben.
The circuit at Spa-Francorchamps is still under construction. Next week the F1 driver will sign again, but it could be the last time.
With F1 owner Liberty Media’s contract expiring this year, it’s no longer a secret that the Spa-Francorchamps organization must do everything in its power to stay on the calendar.
“We have not yet signed a new contract,” said Spa-Francorchamps. The future with spa. ”
We can’t compete with the Middle East, but it shows that we have DNA and are working for the future.
Just like last year, dark clouds hang over the circuit. After that, the rain-soaked GP took a bad turn. There were no races and it was a real nightmare for the spectators.
“There is always something going on here. Our GP is interesting to watch.”
“We may not be able to compete with the countries of the Middle East, but it shows that we have the DNA and are working for the future.”
This process involves innovation in the stands and paddocks, adapted travel plans and a more atmospheric experience around the circuit. For example, they want to do everything they can to keep Spa-Francorchamps on the calendar in 2023.
“We are improving safety and public acceptance. There will be a big show. Add it all up and F1 has to stay here.”
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The Belgian Grand Prix is already sold out, organizers announced today at a press conference. 120,000 visitors are expected each day, representing a total of 360,000 visitors over the entire race weekend.
Most of it comes from Holland and you can see reigning World Champion and current World Cup leader Max Verstappen at work, but like the future of the legendary GP is hanging by a thread Now it looks like it’s still a boost for the organizers.
|standings formula 1 world cup 2022|
|1.||Max Verstappen (Netherlands)||red bull||258|
|2.||Charles Leclerc (Moon)||Ferrari||178|
|3||Sergio Perez (Mexico)||red bull||173|
|Four.||George Russell (GBR)||mercedes||158|
|Five.||Carlos Sainz Jr. (Spa)||Ferrari||156|
|6.||Lewis Hamilton (GBr)||mercedes||145|
|7.||Lando Norris (GBr)||mclaren||76|
|8.||Esteban Ocon (Hula)||alpine||58|
|9.||Valtteri Bottas||alfa romeo||46|
|Ten.||Fernando Alonso (Spa)||alpine||41|
|11.||Kevin Magnussen (Den)||hare||twenty two|
|12.||Daniel Ricardo (Aus)||mclaren||19|
|13.||Pierre Guthrie (Hula)||Alpha Tauri||16|
|14.||Sebastian Vettel (Germany)||aston martin||16|
|15.||Mick Schumacher (Germany)||hare||12|
|16.||Yuki Tsunoda (Japanese)||Alpha Tauri||11|
|17.||Zhou Guan Yu (Chi)||alfa romeo||Five|
|18||Lance Stroll (can)||aston martin||Four|
|19.||Alexander Albon (Tha)||Williams||3|
|20.||Nicholas Latifi (can)||Williams||0|
|twenty one.||Nico Hulkenberg (Germany)||aston martin||0|
|calendar formula 1 2022|
|date||Grand Prix||Winner 2022||winner 2021|
|27/03||Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)||Verstappen||Hamilton|
|24/04||Emilia Romagna (Imola)||Verstappen||Verstappen|
|03/07||Great Britain (Silverstone)||Sainz||Hamilton|
|24/07||France (Le Castellet)||Verstappen||Verstappen|
|28/08||Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)||GP Start: 3pm||Verstappen|
|09/04||Netherlands (Zandvoort)||GP Start: 3pm||Verstappen|
|11/09||Italy (Monza)||GP Start: 3pm||Ricardo|
|02/10||Singapore (Marina Bay)||GP Start: 2pm||–|
|09/10||Japan (Suzuka)||GP Start: 7am||–|
|10/23||USA (Austin)||GP Start: 9pm||Verstappen|
|30/10||Mexico (Mexico City)||GP Start: 9pm||Verstappen|
|13/11||Brazil (Sao Paulo)||GP Start: 7pm||Hamilton|
|11/20||Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)||GP Start: 2pm||Verstappen|