The F1 tracks that could work in reverse
The idea of reversing Silverstone to add events to the delayed and shortened 2020 Formula 1 calendar gained traction this week after comments from the circuit’s boss. So Motorsport.com took a look to see at which circuits this might just be possible
“It’s not such a silly thought. We’re not licensed to run the other way, but these are extraordinary times, and I guess that extraordinary decisions are being made.”
Those are the words of Silverstone boss Stuart Pringle, who told Sky Sports News earlier this week that the British Grand Prix venue is opening to hosting multiple rounds of the delayed 2020 Formula 1 season – if that helps the mandated rounds of the world championship can take place this year.
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