With Silverstone’s future still in doubt, Liberty Media owner Chase Carey understands that a London Grand Prix could be an exciting new addition to the Formula 1 calendar.
Carey, though, is confident that the British Grand Prix will continue at the Silverstone track but suggested they could feature both.
“London is a great city, and there is no question [you think of it] when you think where are the cities you want to be in,” Carey told PA.
“We have Silverstone in the UK, but I recognise it is not in London.”
According to British Racing Drivers’ Club president Derek Warwick, said that although hosting a race in London would be a spectacle, he has doubts over whether it could be possible.
“We’ve been talking about London for 10-20 years and I know that Chase and Liberty would like to go to all the big cities,” he told Sky Sports News.
“But can you imagine holding a Grand Prix around Hyde Park? Never.”