Prague plans bid for Czech GP

Wed, 18 October 2006, 11:20

The Czech Republic appears to be the latest name to have joined the queue for a grand prix in the future.

The central European country is believed to be planning a new privately-funded formula one-style circuit for the capital and largest city, Prague.

The Czech proposal, reportedly backed by Lord Mayor Pavel Bem, would be designed by regular F1 architect Hermann Tilke and located in the district of Prague 10, according to Czech daily Mlada Fronta Dnes.

“(The proposal), which includes areas for a new hotel and other infrastructure, is still in the very earliest planning stages,” a report by the international broadcaster ‘Radio Praha’ added.


You may also like