The future of the German grand prix at Hockenheim will be decided definitively next week
The future of the German grand prix at Hockenheim will be decided definitively next week.
Authorities have scheduled a meeting on March 25, next Wednesday, to determine whether or not they should organise a race at the circuit in 2010, the German news agency SID reports.
Recent editions of the race, alternated annually on the F1 calendar with the Nurburgring, have attracted multi-million euro losses, which the local promoters are no longer able to sustain.
"On March 25 we will evaluate the explanations and make a decision about whether we continue with formula one in Hockenheim," town mayor Dieter Gummer said.