With Mexico set to join the 2015 calendar, two more new grands prix should follow the year after.
That is the news of F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, even though on Thursday there was scepticism in the Budapest paddock that Mexico will actually happen in 2015.
It is believed organisers need to spend at least $50 million upgrading the old Mexico City layout, including fully converting a baseball field into a new section of track.
And Mexican driver Sergio Perez on Thursday said he is not even sure the iconic, sweeping Peraltada corner will be included in the final layout.
Still, he is a "hundred per cent sure" the race will take place in 2015.
"No doubt about it. Last...
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