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Sport Kyalami want South African GP confirmed by early 2023

02:58  17 october  2021
02:58  17 october  2021 Source:   planetf1.com

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Kyalami is in pole position to return to the Formula 1 calendar. Although the schedule is now bursting at the seams with 22-23 races per year, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has admitted he would like to add an event on the African continent. "Compared to the street circuits that were identified, the most sensible choice remains Kyalami for its "In recent years, starting with Chase Carey, we have welcomed the top management of F1 with visits to the racetrack," he is quoted by Corriere dello Sport. "We will discuss the opportunity again next year with the aim of formalising the return at the beginning of 2023 ."

Kyalami is in pole position to return to the Formula 1 calendar. Although the schedule is now bursting at the seams with 22-23 races per year, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has admitted he would like to add an event on the African continent. "Compared to the street circuits that were identified, the most sensible choice remains Kyalami for its "In recent years, starting with Chase Carey, we have welcomed the top management of F1 with visits to the racetrack," he is quoted by Corriere dello Sport. "We will discuss the opportunity again next year with the aim of formalising the return at the beginning of 2023 ."

Warren Scheckter, CEO of the South African Grand Prix, says Kyalami is “ready” to bring Formula 1 back to the nation in 2023.

Kyalami hairpin aerial view. © PA Images Kyalami hairpin aerial view.

Under the ownership of Liberty Media, and F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali’s leadership, a clear plan is in place to expand the Formula 1 calendar and make moves into new markets.

And one of the key markets identified is a race in Africa, a continent which has not hosted Formula 1 action since the 1993 South African Grand Prix.

Kyalami is not the only venue in contention to secure Formula 1’s return to South Africa, with city circuits in Cape Town, Durban and Elgin also mentioned.

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Kyalami is in pole position to return to the Formula 1 calendar. Although the schedule is now bursting at the seams with 22-23 races per year, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has admitted he would like to add an event on the African continent. “Compared to the street circuits that were identified, the most sensible choice remains Kyalami for its history and for its immediate availability to host this event,” said Warren Scheckter.

Warren Scheckter, the CEO of a group hoping to bring a Grand Prix back to Kyalami in South Africa , has said that 2023 is the “more likely” time for the race’s return. Speaking to RaceFans, the nephew of 1979 F1 world champion Jody Scheckter said that 2022 remained the target for SAGP, the company he heads up, but conceded 2023 might be more realistic. F1 last raced in South Africa in 1993, before the high costs associated with running the race became prohibitive.

But Scheckter, son of 1979 World Champion Jody Scheckter, believes Kyalami is the best choice and confirmed that talks with Formula 1 are set to return to make secure an official announcement by “the beginning of 2023”.

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“Compared to the city circuits identified, the most sensible choice remains Kyalami, for its history and for its immediate availability to host this event,” he is quoted by Formulapassion.it.

“In recent years, starting with Chase Carey, we have welcomed the top management of F1 with visits to the racetrack, encouraging the meeting of the latter with the members of our Government in order to start negotiations.

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Kyalami is once again in a very good position to return to the Formula 1 calendar. Although the calendar is now well filled with 22 to 23 races per year, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has admitted that he would like to add an event on the African continent. “Compared to the urban circuit projects that have been identified, the wisest choice remains Kyalami for its “Over the past few years, starting with Chase Carey, we have hosted F1 senior management several times with tours to the circuit.” “We will discuss again the opportunity next year to return and the aim is to formalize our return in early 2023 .”

The South African Grand Prix was first run as a Grand Prix motor racing handicap race in 1934 at the Prince George Circuit at East London, Eastern Cape Province.

“We have already shown that we can host major events of international importance such as the World Cup in 2010, and a GP is what is needed to relaunch the image of South Africa not only from a sporting point of view, but also from a tourist and cultural point of view.

“We are ready: next year we will discuss again the opportunity to bring F1 back to South Africa, with the aim of making the return official at the beginning of 2023.”

Formula 1 has already confirmed the provisional calendar for 2022, which will see the Miami Grand Prix debut, as well as the return of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola.

There remains no place for the Chinese Grand Prix on that record 23-race calendar.

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