US Grand Prix could go to other circuits despite worries over falling crowds

  • Liberty Media touting Los Angeles and Las Vegas as possible venues
  • Organisers want a successful home driver to boost the sport in US

The United States Grand Prix has had 10 homes, more than any other grand prix, and according to Formula One’s new owners, Liberty Media, that number is about to increase.

There is talk of another race – perhaps two, with Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New Jersey among the possibilities. The US, remember, staged three races in 1982, in Detroit, Las Vegas and Long Beach, California.

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