Red Bull boss Christian Horner reveals dream of NEW YORK Grand Prix as F1 takes off in USA after Las Vegas & Miami races

RED BULL boss Christian Horner admits he is dreaming of another Grand Prix in America… this time in New York City.

Formula One has taken off across the States in recent years, with the nation becoming obsessed with smash Netflix hit Drive to Survive.

Christian Horner hopes to see the US host another Grand PrixCredit: Reuters
The Red Bull boss dreams of seeing F1 cars whipping around New York cityCredit: Getty

Fans tuned in to May’s Miami GP as Max Verstappen sealed victory while surrounded by celebs including Michael Jordan, Tom Brady and Matt Damon.

And supporters were on tenterhooks as Lewis Hamilton dramatically missed out at October’s USA GP in Austin, Texas.

F1 continues to be a smash hit across the border too, with Montreal playing host to a thrilling Canadian GP last summer.

But the best is yet to come for those across the Atlantic.


That’s because Las Vegas will host a stunning race later this year, with drivers zooming past iconic gambling establishments like the Bellagio and Caesar’s Palace.

However, Red Bull chief Horner is eager to continue F1’s relentless march across America.

He hopes to see more big cities play host to the likes of Verstappen, Hamilton and Charles Leclerc.

And Horner admits he dreams of cars doing laps of the Big Apple itself, New York City.

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Horner told the Mail: “It would be amazing. Racing in big cities in the US is really exciting.

“A race here in the Big Apple, for example, what a spectacle that would be.

“You can never say never. We’ve got other North American races as well with Montreal, and there’s certainly demand for it, so why not?

“It’s great that there’s that much interest in Formula One in the US.

“We’re fortunate to race in great venues, whether it’s the street circuit of Miami or the track in Austin.

“Vegas this year is going to be an absolutely insane event too.”

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