Originally Posted by xerox445
So in your opinion, where should a "second american grand prix" be hosted, that is going to be on the same level fiscally, but more "exciting" then?
F1 is still a business at the end of the day.
I never said it wasn't. I do not mind to have another American GP. But I still think street track is the least thing F1 needs on the calender, we have three already, do we need four in one year? Where we stare at the Manhattan skyline and cars goes finish by the sequence where they qualify and start?
Not even DRS, KERS, and new high degradation Pirelli tires can help excite the Valencia track.
If anything, the reason F1 will be street track at New Jersey is not about excitement of the race, its the view and the hosting fee the organizers can pay Bernie and FOM at the end of the day.