City Council Adelaide wants to return the status of the host city for the Grand Prix of F1.
The local authority sent a proposal for consideration to the government of the state of South Australia, which includes Adelaide.
“We yearn for in those days, when there was held the Grand Prix of F1. I am glad that the Council will ask the state government to consider the possibility of returning GP in our town, – said the member of the Board of Adelaide Alex antic in an interview with the Advertiser. – We want the state government reviewed whether the city has the opportunity to take F1 GP”.
However, the state government have accepted the proposal of the city Council. The Minister of tourism of the state of South Australia called the city Council Adelaide “clowns”, adding: “This local authority is Adelaide is well able to result in the anger of the people of South Australia.
If they want to host the Grand Prix, what about the material contribution from their side, as quickly as possible to build a Central platform?”
In the near future the idea of moving the Australian Grand Prix from Melbourne to Adelaide is not feasible, as the current organizers of the stage F1 has a valid contract until the end of 2023.
Recall that Adelaide took the GP of Australia from 1985 to 1995, after which the stage moved to Melbourne.
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