Kyalami could once again host Formula 1 races in the near future. Securing the race in Africa is a priority for Liberty Media in the next period, after expanding its influence to the Middle East in recent years with races in Qatar and Saudi Arabia. In addition, they added two more in the home area (Vegas and Miami). At best, Formula 1 racing cars could drive around Kyalami in 2024. The last time they raced on the track was in 1993. Before that, the racetrack has to make some updates and gain status 1. This is the only way to host a Formula 1 race between Stefano Domenicali has in the past repeatedly expressed a desire for Formula 1 to return to Africa. “Apart from racing in America and China, there is also the possibility of being a sport
Lewis Hamilton would like to see South Africa on the Formula 1 racing calendar, saying goodbye to the championship almost 30 years ago. On the F1 racing calendar, we will see races in Saudi Arabia and Qatar for the first time this year, and in Miami next year, and Hamilton wants the championship to stop in South Africa, where the Kyalami racetrack, which has been owned by the German since 2014, is located. Porsche, in 1993 held the last Formula 1 race so far. "South Africa is very close to my heart and I think it is most important that we return to South Africa, where many people follow this sport, so it would be nice to emphasize how beautiful their homeland is," said the Briton. Kyalami could return to the Formula 1 Championship as early as the 2023 season, so at least warren Scheckter, CEO of SAGP, a company that cares about
German sports car maker Porsche bought the Kylami racetrack for 14,4 million euros, where the grand prizes took place between 1967 and 1993. For the time being, it is not yet known what the Germans will do with the track, but it is rumored that they would also know how to demolish it and build a Porsche Experience Center in its place, which of course is not to the liking of locals who want to race.