The 2017 Grand Prix will not take place in Germany
The Formula 1 World Cup will not be held. Leadership of the route in the German city of Hockenheim failed to reach an agreement with F1 promoter Bernie Ecclestone.
The main reason for this decision was the financial difficulties currently experienced by the German motor racing track. This is why Formula 1 leadership did not go to the 2017 Grand Prix meeting in Germany.
However, in 2018, the F1 will return to the German routes, as their contract expires this year. Due to the exclusion of the Hockenheiming stage in the formulaic calendar of 2017, there have been some changes. The Grand Prix in Hungary was postponed to July 23-30, and the dates of the Singapore Grand Prix and Malaysia were reversed.
The official confirmation of the terms of Formula-1 for 2017 will take place on November 30 this year.
By the way, Germany's participation in the Grand Prix 2017 could also be divided by the Brazilian Grand Prix, the holding of which was also in question next year, but the organizers of the Brazilian route managed to agree with Bernie Ecclestone.