The Hockenheimring has expressed interest to return to the Formula 1 calendar in a bid to help the FIA shape a revised world championship season.
After last year’s race, the organisation responsible for hosting the event could no longer support an extension of its Formula 1 contract, with many believing that the venue would struggle to ever return to the calendar.
But with the evolving uncertainty around the Covid-19 pandemic and no full confirmation of how a rescheduled season may look, Hockenheim circuit director Jorn Teske has reportedly said he is open to a return of the sport to the venue.
“The subject has indeed been touched upon,” said Tenske.
“We all see that the Formula 1 calendar is upside down and if Formula 1 shows an interest in a race this summer we would be ready to talk about it.
“The only condition, of course, is that all health requirements and financial feasibility are guaranteed”.
Italian circuit Imola has already indicated that they would like to host a Grand Prix this year, preferably a week after Monza.
While yesterday it was announced that the Algarve International Circuit in Portugal are open to host a Formula 1 round.