Indianapolis Motor Speedway will not have a Formula 1 Grand Prix ‘in the near future’.
Previously, it appeared that the inner circuit track could be used again for F1 racing, due to interest from Formula 1 to drive more races in the US.
Roger Penske is the new owner of the track and a former F1 team owner. He was more favored with racing, as Formula 1 used to run at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Last year he said he was looking into the possibilities of organizing races this year until 2023.
Now he says to Indianapolis Star: “I don’t see Formula 1 (here) in the near future. Of course (we want) if there is an opportunity for us, but we haven’t had any serious discussions at the moment. I have personally spoken with Stefano Domenicali and we would like to manage it, but I think it will depend on the economy.” We need to be stable, and then you will want to invest in the economy.”
“It’s not just about getting a sponsor, but how it all fits into the overall picture,” Pinsky added.
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