Cancun F1 Grand Prix project becoming a reality?


It getting closer that Cancun will be able to have a Formula 1 date despite the skeptics, the great leap in credibility was given by who are the potential investors who came out to show their face and some details that if they were not in reality projecting, they wouldn’t make sense.

The Cancun F1 Grand Prix project is expected to be in a place near the sea of ​​Quintana Roo, in addition to the construction of a racetrack, a marina, a golf course, and a hotel, among other amenities.

Tomás Zaragoza, from Grupo Zeta Gas, one of the most important marketers of LP gas in the world, and Eduardo Orozco, president of Wendy’s México and Applebees, head the group of Mexican businessmen who want there to be a Formula One Grand Prix in the entity and want to tie it up for five years, publishes Reforma.

On the weekend of the Mexican GP, ​​local businessmen and five foreigners, backed by a fund from the United Arab Emirates, will deliver to Jean Todt, president of the FIA, and Stefano Domenicali, CEO of F1, the letter of intent and Commitment to officially start the Cancun GP project.

The site where the project is to be built has not been disclosed.

If we achieve the Formula 1 dates and we do the work, at the work we are going to go first to the stands, the track, then what follows: the marina, all the development; You will already know it, it is a wonderful project, it is a beauty, one of the most beautiful road courses , revealed Senator Antonio Garibay, father of the pilot Sergio Pérez.

Papá de Checo Pérez trabaja en crear GP Cancún de la Fórmula 1 en 2024 -  Los Pleyers

The idea is to seal an agreement for five years, Garibay indicated, and it could be from 2025 to 2030. He had already commented that the ideal would be to place the date at the beginning of the calendar so as not to collide with the CDMX GP.


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