The promoter behind the Mexican Grand Prix has distanced itself from the statement of the Formula 1 Association last night and has given its support to Liberty.
The Mexican promoter apparently wanted to distance itself from any controversy that FOPA's views provoked, and
He said he was not a party at the meeting on Monday and stressed he wanted to negotiates outside the public eye.
"Following the statement by the FOPA, the F1
" In addition, the Mexican Grand Prix organizers welcome the continued cooperation and good relations with the other organizers.
However, the F1 Gran Premio de Mexico did not participate in the meeting. and we appreciate the work that new F1 owners do to understand the demands and concerns of promoters as well as those of fans.
"The Mexican Grand Prix organizers admit that the new F1 administration has been listening and sensitive. both sides work very closely together. As a result, they disagree with what was provided by the Association of F1 organizers on their behalf.
"The Mexican promoters and F1 continue the negotiations to renew the F1 Gran Premio de Mexico contract.
The five races believed to be outside FOPA and thus not supposed to be parties to the initial statement are China, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Russia and Japan.
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