Hockenheim says F1 race rotation scheme ideal

Hopes that Germany may return to the Formula 1 calendar are not dead, according to Hockenheim boss Jorn Teske. When asked about the rumours, Hockenheim managing director Teske told Sport1: “We are looking forward to further discussions about Formula 1 in Germany. “We stand by our opinion that a Formula 1 race shouldn’t ruin us,” Teske insisted. One way to break even may be for Hockenheim to share an annual calendar spot with another race – meaning a German GP only takes place every two years. When asked if that would be a problem, Teske answered: “Not at all. And on the other hand we would only tie up the enormous resources needed to hold a Formula 1 race every two years whilst retaining the image and status of a Formula 1 circuit.

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