Over the past two years, thanks to the pandemic, Formula 1 has had to face significant logistical challenges. Many tracks have been forced to leave the calendar, at least temporarily. Others entered it by surprise. Portimao And Imola above all they managed to take advantage of the changes to the program imposed by the infection to carve out a ‘place in the sun’. And if the Lusitanian track has not been able – at least for the moment – to be included in the calendar also for 2022, the Santerno track has instead made the most of the opportunity that presented itself to it, becoming part of the official program for next season.
However, in 2020 Italy was able to take Formula 1 to another historic track in our country, which had never hosted a GP until then. This is the Mugello. A circuit usually dedicated to the MotoGP at the level of races, but which last year gave fans a race full of emotions and twists. The Tuscan GP, this is the name with which the race was renamed, seemed destined to remain an isolated case, ‘born’ specifically to celebrate the 1000th Ferrari Grand Prix. In reality, however, in Scarperia and San Piero, they have different ideas.
The CEO of the Mugello Circuit, Paolo Poli, in fact, spoke today to the newspaper La Repubblica, in the local Florentine edition, opening the doors to a sensational full-time return to the Tuscan circuit in Formula 1. “We should be able, when the conditions are right, to follow up on the first Tuscan F1 GP so that it is a structural event over time“, said on the sidelines of the Ferrari World Finals. A date indicated by many is 2024, when the FIA contract with Monza will expire. But Poli hypothesized even faster times: “I hope to succeed even sooner. After months of great difficulty, the Ferrari company has re-embraced Mugello“. Italian fans can only cross their fingers.
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