Every few years F1 says that it is going to race near New York City. It's actually supposed to happen in 2014. I have always maintained that this race will never happen. Guess what? Yeah. It ain't happenin'.
The New Jersey Formula One Grand Prix is back on, according to the people backing the New Jersey Formula One Grand Prix. Sadly, in the world of F1 that doesn't always mean very much.
Remember how excited you all were for the New Jersey Grand Prix. Sorry, suckers, it ain't happening next year. The next earliest opportunity will be in 2014.
I was about to go on the most reckless drive of my life — cutting lanes, driving on the wrong side of the road, flying past pedestrians at over 100 miles an hour. There would be police cheering me on. Something is happening in New Jersey.
A new leaked document reveals the exact layout and plans for the next Formula One circuit, the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey. The map explains some of the many challenges in bringing F1 to the New York metro area.
Formula One's reigning autocrat, Bernie Ecclestone, told the BBC today that the upcoming New York Grand Prix (set to be held across the Hudson River in New Jersey) may be delayed a year from its planned 2013 date to 2014. It marks the first time the race has been questioned in an official capacity.