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In a few weeks in which some voices talk about Barcelona having a hard time renewing its contract with F1 or that Madrid would be interested in mounting an urban event, Jerez, a circuit with FIA homologation for test, also jumps to the fore. Its mayor, Mamen Sánchez, does not hide that the possibility of hosting a Grand Circus event is a dream they can not give up. “I think that’s always interesting, as far as we can and we can do it, well, it’s not easy, but we never say anything and we try everything,” commented MARCA. The mayor is, logically, aware that for that to happen, the Andalusian track would have to make some changes of adaptation to the demands of the FIA and, in addition, face the payment of a high fee. However, the president of the consortium that manages the Jerez facility does not close doors. “I hope we continue to have Formula 1 in Spain, if in some places it is not done, we are always willing, now we have to do things,” he said. The circuit Jerez-Angel Nieto has already resurfaced its track in recent months, with the financial outlay that entails.
News published at http://www.marca.com/motor/formula1/gp-espana/2018/05/08/5af1e98822601d1a298b45bf.html, 05/09/2018.
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