No Problems For New Jersey's F1 Race, The Grand Prix Will Definitely Happen
The U.S. F1 race in New Jersey in '13 "has not yet been confirmed by FIA," however, organizers of the race "are not worried about their grand prix," according to Stefan Ziegler of MOTORSPORT-TOTAL.com. F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone recently said that the contract with New Jersey "has been terminated," which prompted New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to seek informing about the race's progress. He recently called Race Organizer Leo Hinderley. Christie said, "I called him, and he told me there aren't any problems. We are on plan." Nevertheless, in FIA's F1 race calender for '13, the grand prix is listed as "to be confirmed." Christie added: "He told me, the race will definitely happen. No problem" (MOTORSPORT-TOTAL.com, 10/2).