Formula 1 back to Portugal: investment, State contribution and expected revenue

Investments, State contribution, impacts at regional and national level, are some of the aspects to be taken into account to host one of the biggest sporting events in the world in Portugal. F1 engines will be heard in Portimão between 23 and 25 October.

In an interview with Jornal Económico, Paulo Pinheiro, CEO of Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, states that the Formula 1 Grand Prize “is the biggest sporting event we will receive since Euro 2004”, if confirmed, organizing an event of this magnitude will incur costs expensive, but always with the prospect of even greater returns. Know what is at stake for the return of the motorsport queen 24 years later.

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