The Russian Grand Prix was held in Sochi this year and was due to move to St. Petersburg in 2023.
A representative image of the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi.Reuters
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali tells German news outlet he has no plans to return to Russia sports build.
A day after Russia invaded Ukraine, F1 said it was “impossible to host the Russian Grand Prix under the current circumstances”. A week later, F1 terminated its contract with the promoter of the Russian Grand Prix. This came after the FIA announced that the reason for canceling the event was due to “force majeure”.
The Russian Grand Prix was supposed to be held in Sochi this year and then move to St. Petersburg in 2023, but Domenicali says that won’t happen.
“I’ve always believed it would be better to never say never. But in this case, I can certainly promise – we will no longer negotiate with them,” he said. sports build.
“No more racing in Russia.”
The Russian Grand Prix promoter expects refunds from Formula 1 following the cancellation of the race.
Alexey Titov, CEO of ANO Rosgonki, said: “This debt exists and has been confirmed and our position on it has not changed.” Regardless, I expect a refund.”
“The current situation in world sport is highly political. Domenicali’s words must be taken here with this in mind. What he said has nothing to do with the true spirit of sport.” It has no obvious political implications.”
“The future of bilateral relations today is truly uncertain. In future work, we will take Domenicali’s position into account.”
According to the United Nations human rights report, as of August 22, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has killed more than 5,500 civilians and injured nearly 8,000.
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