F1 set to make call on whether Italy can keep two grands prix 

F1 set to make call on whether Italy can keep two grands prix 
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F1 set to make call on whether Italy can keep two grands prix 

Both the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola and the Italian Grand Prix at Monza currently have contracts until the 2025 season, but their future beyond that is uncertain due to increasing competition from other countries vying to host races. There are suggestions that European races like Spa-Francorchamps and Zandvoort may have to rotate, making it unlikely for Italy to continue hosting two races. Stefano Domenicali, the CEO of Formula 1, mentioned that the long-term prospects of Monza and Imola will be evaluated soon to determine if Italy can sustain two grands prix or if they will focus on just one. Monza is planning to upgrade its facilities starting this autumn to meet the demands of Formula 1, including larger tunnels, improved hospitality areas, and better grandstands. Domenicali emphasized the importance of maintaining standards and offering a good spectator experience, citing the efforts made by venues like Zandvoort.

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Source: Motorsport.com

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