New Jersey not on 2014 F1 calendar says Ecclestone 24 August, 2013 Press conference announcing New Jersey F1 project in 2011 Plans to take a grand prix to New Jersey are in tatters, as Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone confirmed that a race backdropped by the Manhattan skyline will not happen in 2014. This year’s scheduled New Jersey race had already been delayed, and Ecclestone announced it also won’t be on the 2014 calendar because organisers “haven’t got any money”. Ecclestone told Formula 1 business journalist Christian Sylt: “It’s not on the cards for next year.” In the same CNN report, however, a spokesman for the event insisted preparations are in fact “on track for 2014″. He added that a statement will be issued after the 2014 calendar is officially published. But Ecclestone likened the New Jersey foray to Donington’s disastrous bid for the British Grand Prix a few years ago. He said that New Jersey “is like Donington all over again”, adding that it is “such a muddle and a mess that it is not worth doing”. Ecclestone said he was surprised that promoter Leo Hindery jr could not make the project work. “The guy is a multibillionaire and is well-known in New York,” Ecclestone told Sylt. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsValencia F1 barriers to be used at New Jersey F1 trackNew Jersey and Mexico feature on 22 race 2014 Formula 1 calendarNew Jersey back on new 22 race 2014 F1 calendarEcclestone has not yet written off New Jersey raceWork still underway on 2014 New Jersey trackNew Jersey race still possible as preparations are on courseNew York grand prix will happen says promoterLong Beach’s Pook joins New Jersey F1 projectMore snags for F1′s 2014 New Jersey raceLong Beach talks a warning to New Jersey organisers Loln Too bad… not that I like New Jersey but that high speed street circuit looked really fast and challenging!