Thailand is likely to stage the country's first Formula One Grand Prix at Ratchadamnoen Avenue, Red Bull's Michael de Santiesteban said yesterday.
"There are two options for a night race _ Ratchadamnoen Avenue and Chiang Mai," De Santiesteban said. "But Ratchadamnoen seems to be the better and more attractive one. The road is wide enough and has many nice curves. Also, you do not have to invest to build a new track."
If a Grand Prix is held at Ratchadamnoen, it would be easy to manage and prepare a course because most buildings belong to the government or the military.