Formula 1, Italy risks losing a GP between Monza and Imola: the words of Domenicali

Formula 1, Italy risks losing a GP between Monza and Imola: the words of Domenicali
Formula 1, Italy risks losing a GP between Monza and Imola: the words of Domenicali

From 2027, Italy could lose one of the two matches on the World Cup calendar Formula 1. In fact, we currently host two Grands Prix: Imola in spring and Monza at the end of summer. This tradition, which returned in 2020, will continue until 2026, but beyond that date, maintaining both races will be complicated.

These statements come directly from the CEO of Formula 1, Stefano Domenicali. He stressed that, although Italy is central to the world of Formula 1, there are important resource and infrastructure issues that need to be addressed. There racetrack safety and the services offered to the public need significant improvements.

Italy is central to the F1 calendar, but important issues relating to it need to be addressed resources that the country intends to invest and infrastructure, because we need to change pace by improving the safety of the racetracks and the offer of services to the public“.

As for possible future scenarios, no one excludes that things could go differently. However, Domenicali is sceptical: “At the end of August, in Monza, we will take stock with the government institutions and the ACI. It is still possible that Italy retains two races after 2026, but realistically I think it will be quite difficult“. In short, it’s the same old story: the world of Italian sport, wherever you want to look at it – references to football are purely coincidental – is flawed in its infrastructure, which is too old, too segregated within itself by bureaucratic constraints and poor investments (take a look also to the most powerful engine used for Formula 1 qualifying).

Even if for different reasons, from 2026 Spain will also make changes at your stage. While, in the Iberian country, the possibility of having two circuits is completely out of the question, the Barcelona stage will give way to Madrid.

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