F1 exploring options for a London GP, says Ross Brawn
• ‘We’d like London to complement Silverstone, not replace it’
• Grand prix would likely be on periphery of the city, not central
Ross Brawn, Formula One’s head of motorsport, has again raised the prospect of holding a race in London but insisted it need not be at the expense of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, whose contract ends next year.
Brawn, who is tasked with plotting the future of the sport for owners Liberty Media, said the idea is being revisited – but not in central London.
Source: Formula 1