Why F1 needs a great track in Texas
Formula 1 will try to recaptivate the United States in two years' time in Austin Texas. Tony Dodgins explains why a killer circuit is key
There's been a lot of talk in the F1 paddock about how many races are ideal, as well as where they should be and whether the circuits will be conducive to a good show. One thing everyone is agreed upon though, it's great that F1 is headed back to the States. The Canada/US double-header always made sense, with shared freight costs, etcetera.
Austin, Texas, say those who've been there, is a good place and a good fit for F1. But let's wait and see what happens. It's not my place to be negative but we all saw what happened with Donington. And that was at a circuit already in existence. In the end, the money wasn't there and it didn't happen.
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