Saudi Arabia is about to begin constructing a super-modern Qiddiya racetrack that can overtake Spa Francorchamps in length and become the longest track in the Formula One racing calendar.
A radical track under the new Qiddiya complex, which will be launched under the pool and is characterized by numerous changes in altitude, could host the Formula One premiere race during the season 2022. 1 for the Saudi Arabian GP.
The construction of the multi-billion-dollar Qiddiya project has already 2017 been announced by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman in the near future, and construction of the gigantic complex is expected to begin soon. and it should be 2022.
The Saudi authorities, meanwhile, have contacted Liberty Media regarding the possibility of organizing a Formula One race in the offseason 2022, and Qiddiya is set to become a national center for fun and sports , the center of which would be the F1 track, which runs below the large pool. The new racetrack is expected to overtake Spa Francorchamps in length, which is the 7th 004 meters longest track in the current Formula One racing calendar.