a Formula 1 He finished the puzzle and finally confirmed the alternate evidence for Australia GP has been cancelled. He is the GP of Qatar, in LucilleWhich will be held on November 21, and will be the second to the last stage of the 2021 World Cup, before the competitions of Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, which conclude the tournament. This was announced early Thursday morning (28). However, the agreement announced by Formula 1 has much more than just that: Qatar will be part of the network on a regular basis from 2023 and for ten years.
A 5,380 km long, 16-curve circuit, Lusail is famous for hosting stages MotoGP Since 2004, the World Cup calendar has traditionally opened. The complex also hosted the World Superbike and WTCC competitions. What is the ad? F1 Known, however, that Losail is the sedative of the season. Discussions about F1’s home in the country after the new agreement, in 2023, remain a mystery.
“There is a strong desire from Qatar to get into Formula 1, and in the course of this process, a vision for a long-term partnership was discussed and agreed upon over a ten-year period,” F1 said in a statement.
“The step taken from helping Formula 1 in 2021 to a long-term strategy was short and simple, and the vision of Formula 1 to be a showcase for Qatar after the 2022 World Cup was the driving force behind this long-term agreement,” he said.
“As part of this long-term agreement, discussions regarding the GP headquarters will continue from 2023, with details to be communicated at another time,” he concluded.
“We are delighted to welcome Qatar to the Formula 1 calendar this season and for the long term from 2023 onwards,” said Stefano Domenicali, CEO of F1. He continued, “The Qatar Motorsports and Motorcycle Federation and the local authorities were amazing and moved with tremendous speed to ensure the race this season in Lusail, famous for hosting MotoGP.”
“We have shown that we continue to adapt and there is a huge interest in our sport, as well as a desire from various places to have a GP. The tremendous effort of all the teams, F1 and the FIA has allowed us to present a calendar of 22 races, something we can be very proud and impressive during a challenging year. “.
And it was the head of the local federation that promoted the race, Abdul Rahman Al-Mannai, who gave a Qatari word for the announcement.
“It is a very special day for motorsport in Qatar and the national ambition to host major events. I am very proud to be able to welcome Formula 1 in this way, take a stand and host the event with such a short amount of time as well as conclude a long-term deal with F1,” he said.
“The agreement excites us and shows that Qatar will be home to Formula 1 and MotoGP for the next decade, the two biggest motorsport events. We have a history in motorsports to be proud of, and this is the next step. Qatar will be a huge step forward for Formula 1 and we look forward to welcoming the drivers teams, journalists and fans soon.”
It was announced that the Australian Grand Prix in July had been canceled due to difficulties entering the country and a commitment to a 14-day quarantine for every passenger arriving in the country. F1 has even analyzed the possibility of a second race in the US to leave the championship with 22 stages, but the Qatar circuit has become the best option for logistical reasons, as the following stages will also take place in the Middle East region.
Check out the remaining 2021 Formula 1 calendar:
|16||10/10||GP Turkey||Istanbul Park|
|17||10/24||GP DOS US||America circle|
|18||7/11||GP Mexico City||Rodriguez brothers|
|19||11/14||GP from Sao Paulo||Interlagos|
|20||11/21||GP in Qatar||Lucille|
|21||5/12||GP from Saudi Arabia||He eats|
|22||12/12||Abu Dhabi GP||Yas Marina|
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