- 31 Jul 2017 10:00 AM
“Naturally we see the Hungarian Grand Prix staying a part of the Formula One calendar beyond 2026, and the upgrades to the track have to be planned in line with this goal,” Seszták said, adding that the upgrades would have to preserve the Hungaroring’s traditional characteristics that make it a favourite among both the drivers and the fans.
“Driving to the track, it is totally clear that a motorway exit with two lanes in each direction will have to be built because it would certainly be needed at least 65 days a year …,” the minister said. Seszták on Sunday also held a protocol meeting with Carey.
Republished with permission of Hungary Matters, MTI’s daily newsletter.
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