The Associated PressSAO PAULO (AP) — The long-term future of the Brazilian Grand Prix is up in the air.
The Interlagos track, which hosted its first Formula One race in 1972, is due to be sold next year. Although F1 has a contract through 2020, no one seems to know what will happen after that.
“The contract will be respected because it is an obligation of whoever buys the track,” said Sao Paulo Mayor Joao Doria, refusing to divulge who the buyers are. “We hope that afterward we are able to extend for another 10 years.”