FEBRUARY 6, 2017
Finnish track eyes F1 future
Finland might soon be in a position to host a round of the F1 world championship.
The small northern European country has had plenty of drivers in F1, but never a round of the modern formula one series.
However, the Kymi Ring is currently under construction north east of capital Hensinki, and it has already done a deal to host a MotoGP round from 2018.
And Finnish auto federation AKK president Juhani Pakari has now told Ilta Sanomat: "It is natural that we will seriously examine the possibility of getting formula one in Finland."
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