Wednesday, 11. December 2013 - 17:12
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The new Romanian Tourism Minister Cristian Petrescu who is in Berlin, attending the International Tourism Fair, told journalists that he had several meetings with a German company and discussed the project of a F1 circuit in Bucharest or at the Black Sea Coast. He didn’t name the company, but journalists present at the Tourism Fair found out that the Minister met with Tilke representatives earlier in the day.
Petrescu said the project could be implemented through a private-public partnership as Romania cannot afford building a Formula One circuit.
Between 7-11 March, Romania is present in Berlin at the world’s largest Tourism Fair.
Tilke has started in 2011 to develop a project in Brasov County (centre Romania) for a auto racing circuit homologated by FIA. The investment is due to be finalized in 2014 and host all FIA car races, except for the F1.
The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile is the governing body for world motor sport and the federation of the world’s leading motoring organisations.
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