It is official! The United States Grand Prix at the Indinapolis Motor Speedway will not figure in the 2008 Formula 1 championship.
Tony George, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway CEO said that after having several discussions with the F1 boss,Bernie Ecclestone, he was unable to keep Formula 1 at Indianapolis. The good news is that they agreed to leave the door open for a potential future date.
The loos of Indianapolis race track is not a bad thing after all.Bernie Ecclestone met recently with Steve Wynn, a bilionaire developer to talk about the possibility of building a race track in Las Vegas or New York.
A Las Vegas race track could be a very good idea.We can take as example the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix. This could be an example for Las Vegas because the location is almost the same and to be honest the race track from Bahrain gahters many people and has a huge audience.