Does The Rain Fall In Spain Only Once
The Grand Prix seems to have fallen to the dictates of the bizarre numerologists. Spain only gets it once as far as the Grand Prix is concerned since New Jersey chased it out in Tarpon Springs. If you don't understand that intro it's because you are not into the secret cult of the Jesus lovers. It has entered the Grand Prix. Beware, Here are the facts.
News concerning the European Grand Prix released from Singapore recently is that Valencia has been omitted from the FI 2012 schedule. The taking out of Valencia from the Grand Prix racing calendar seemed to be necessary to add in an additional Grand Prix race in America along with its date in Austin, Texas, on November 17, to be held in New Jersey in June on the 16th. The disappointing news that Valencia had been replaced with New Jersey is being accepted by the European Grand Prix fans since they conjecture that Valencia had failed over the past years in drawing huge crowds or in riveting racing that would attract huge crowds. What is seen as a switch on the part of the Grand Prix program from European to America is probably due to their need to attract crowds and to make their racing venue more conducive to attracting fans. The American Grand Prix circuit will have a double play along with Montreal and Texas with New Jersey as the two sights in the F1 2012 racing venue. The elimination of Valencia from the FI 2012 racing schedule is done with the New Jersey addition to be held somewhere on one of New Jersey's waterfront racing circuits. The removal of Valencia from the Grand Prix racing schedule will have some reverberations from fans who travel to Europe to attend the Grand Prix races. There are scheduled only 7 Grand Prix races in Europe and Grand Prix fans who like to take in all of the 20 Grand Prix races will have to make travel arrangements to Canada and The United States as well as to Australia and Asia as well in order to take in all of the 20 races that the Grand Prix has scheduled for 2013. There are some rumors going around that Valencia could join with Barcelona in the Spanish Grand Prix. The sharing of the Barcelona Grand Prix date with Valencia at the Circuit de Catalunya would keep Valencia as a participant in the F1 2013 Grand Prix. The Spanish Grand Prix is scheduled for May 12, 2013. The shocking news of Valencia being cut by the managers of the Grand Prix circuit and replaced with New Jersey has only recently been reported online. That news from Singapore along with the complete Grand Prix racing schedule signals the beginning of the 2013 staging of the Grand Prix circuits and fans have ample time to plan to view the Grand Prix in their area. As for Valencia, Spanish racing managers involved with the Grand Prix are left to deal with the disappointment in their own way. Sharing the date with Barcelona is being suggested by some in Spain in order to keep local drivers who would have competed in Valencia active in the 2013 Grand Prix by participating in Barcelona on May 12, 2013 at the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain. The sudden removal of Valencia by the Grand Prix officials was done without explanation by them as to their omission of Valencia from the Grand Prix circuit