Follow us on 
BS Motoring Web  
  Thursday, Nov 27, 2014
 
HomeCarsBikesTravelGalleryBlogsWeb TVAbout us
  Tests    Reviews    News    Features    Motorsports    Motor shows    Classics    Quick Comparisons
 
Home Cars Moto Sports
F1: French Grand Prix likely to return to calendar
Paul Ricard set to host races every alternate year from 2013 to 2021
By : BSM | Published : April 25, 2012
Email   Print   [] Comment      
More Photos | Video
Bernie Ecclestone declares that the deal for the French Grand Prix to make a return to the Formula 1 calendar has been completed. The race is set to take place at the Paul Ricard track (pictured above, albeit with an Audi R8 LMS on it) from 2013 to 2021, meaning that a France will host a grand prix every alternate year.

While earlier rumours suggested that Spa-Francorchamps was to take France's slot during off years, there hasn't yet been confirmation of this yet.

 

Ecclestone also stated that an agreement had already been made in terms of the financial aspect of the deal. France has not hosted an F1 grand prix since 2008, when the Felipe Massa won at the Magny Cours track. The 2009 edition of the race was cancelled due to financial trouble.

Pages :| 1 
Advertisements
Ford EcoSport - Sportingly stylish says Autoportal.com
Email Print [0] Comment        
blog comments powered by Disqus
Read Emailed Commented
Other Manufacturers Other Models
 
Explore BSMOTORING.COM
  Home   Cars   Bikes   Gallery   General   Resources   Explore Group Network
 Quick Comparisons
 Road Tests
 Motofocus
 Motorsports
 Destinations
 Tests
 Reviews
 News
 Features
 Motorsports
 Motor shows
 Classics
 Quick Comparisons
 Tests
 Reviews
 News
 Features
 Motorsports
 Motor shows
 Classics
 Quick Comparisons
 Photo Gallery
 Video Gallery
 Wallpaper
 Travel
 Blogs
 About us
 Archives
 Register
 Feedback
 Archives
 Advertise with us
 Contact Us
 Business-standard.com
 bshindi.com
 Archives
 Livemarkets
 smartportfolio II