Madrid continues to dream of hosting a Formula 1 Grand Prix. The Community has sent a letter to the current head of the competition, Stefano Dominicali, to confirm that Madrid has real intentions that a Madrid event in the World Cup calendar can take place. Isabel Diaz Ayuso He is trying now through a letter, signed by the Minister of the Presidency, Justice and the Interior, Enrique López.
“It is a pleasure to write to you on behalf of the Government of the Community of Madrid to express our interest in developing a Formula 1 Grand Prix in Madrid”begins by explaining the letter, which has been posted on social networks through the executive’s official Twitter account.
Covered in what they define as “outstanding economic and social development in the Spanish and European context“, They request that the test be carried out in the Community, which, for them, would have a guaranteed success.
They also highlight the “extensive and efficient transport network, good weather, cultural, gastronomic and natural environment attractions”, as well as “a good hotel infrastructure and a very diverse commercial offer with a unique freedom of schedule“.
The Spanish Grand Prixbased in Catalonia, continues on the Formula 1 calendar as one of the most important events of the year, although with an extension of the commitment to competition, at least for the time being, until 2026. From then on, All options could be considered.
Now, Isabel Díaz Ayuso wants Madrid to have its own too. A step that could have already been advanced when she reformed and renamed the Madrid Circuit Jarama-RACE.