Michael Schumacher would be happy to see Formula One return to the A1-Ring.
The Zeltweg circuit is actually now known as the Red Bull Ring, after energy drink mogul Dietrich Mateschitz rebuilt the former Austrian Grand Prix venue that is reopening next week.
"I see no reason why Formula One shouldn't go back to Austria," Schumacher, speaking in Turkey, told the APA news agency.
Not all of Schumacher's memories of the track are sweet, such as 2002 when he was booed on the podium after being gifted Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello's win.
But the 42-year-old said: "I've been always happy to race in Zeltweg, from the early days in Formula Ford and F3 all the way to F1.
I've been always happy to race in Zeltweg
"I like the track a lot and it's a good thing the same layout has been kept," added Schumacher.
Mateschitz, however, despite achieving F1 homologation, rates the chances of a Grand Prix contract for his Austrian circuit at "more than minor".