Mateschitz aims to deliver perfect Austrian GP for fans 11 February, 2014 View of Red Bull Ring paddock Austria’s return to the Formula 1 calendar this year is on schedule, according to Red Bull billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, and he is promising a treat for fans who attend. “We are striving for a perfect race weekend with sold out grandstands,” said the Austrian billionaire, who has rebuilt the former A1-Ring circuit. There had been some minor doubts about the race’s return, as the Red Bull-Ring was initially limited to a small maximum crowd, while circuit upgrades were still in the planning. “The construction is on schedule, even if it is tight, and the permits are all in place,” Mateschitz told the Salzburger Nachrichten newspaper. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsMercedes: Silver Arrow gives you wingsHorner: Unacceptable, there needs to be change at RenaultRenault confirms Red Bull contract is until 2016Austrian GP has long term future says EcclestoneMateschitz plays down Red Bull engine swapAustrian Grand Prix to retain June slot in 2015Austrian Grand Prix: Team representatives press conferenceFernandes confirms Caterham will be in AustriaCaterham future in F1 increasingly unclearPlans underway for F1 street race in Madrid Boycottthebull How will the race ever be perfect and unbiased when the owner and promoter of the circuit has 2 teams on the grid as well? Tamburello1994 That’s completely absurd. You didn’t hear that nonsense when races were held at Autodromo Enzo and Dino Ferrari or now with Suzuka circuit. (owned by Honda) Can’t tell me there isn’t a hometown bias at Monza either. Not buying your false outrage. Andy Nonsense. All cars sill have to race the same grand prix.