Formula One racing organizers have signed a new deal with Formula One leaders under which the Rodriguez Brothers race will run for at least a year 2022.
The race for the GP of Mexico returned to the calendar after the 25 annual break 2015, and lately, its lack of funding has been heavily questioned. However, the UN Organizing Committee of Mexico managed to reach a new agreement with Liberty Media, which has already been confirmed by the mayors of the Mexican capital, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo.
“Formula 1 will stay in Mexico City for at least a year 2022, and we are renewing our contract achieved with a new business model that does not envisage spending public money. In recent years, the federal government has also contributed to the organization of the race, but now the financial burden will be borne by private investors. However, the ticket price will not change. “