News Details

FIA quell Russian GP fears

FIA president Jean Todt maintains the inaugural Russian F1 Grand Prix will take place in October as planned, despite the political unrest in neighbouring Ukraine. The viability of the race been in question since its inception, but concerns intensified after the World Superbike Championship race that was scheduled to take place in September was cancelled earlier. The organisers of the Russian round of the WSBK Champs stated that the "the current political situation affects the capabilities of a number of key partner companies essential to run the event." Todt, though insists that preparations at the of the Sochi street track that was constructed around the resort's Olympic site...
Full Story »
4mo ago from PlanetF1.com 0
Share

You May Also Be Interested In...

Russian GP 'on' despite crisis

The inaugural Russian F1 Grand Prix is expected to go ahead as planned in...
4mo ago from SkySports.com

Todt: Russian Grand Prix will happen

FIA president Jean Todt says the inaugural Russian Grand Prix, scheduled...
4mo ago from RichlandF1.com

Russian Grand Prix not in doubt claims Todt

FIA president Jean Todt says there is no reason for the Russian Grand Prix...
4mo ago from TheF1Times.com

Sauber's Russian deal hit by Ukraine situation

Sauber's Russian backing is under threat due to the current situation in...
4mo ago from TheF1Times.com

Comments

comments powered by Disqus

Hottest News

Recent News

2014 GPToday.com
GPToday.com is not responsible for the news headlines and associated descriptions and images it indexes, the content of externally linked sites or the comments & postings of its users.

This website is unofficial and is not associated in any way with the Formula One group of companies. F1, FORMULA ONE, FORMULA 1, FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAND PRIX and related marks are trade marks of Formula One Licensing B.V.