http://www.marca.com/2013/01/23/motor/formula1/1358937864.html Light boxes completely ransacked, sewers without manholes and street lamps without wires. It is the sad state in which there is the Valencia Street Circuit. Only seven months ago that was held at the track the last Grand Prix of Europe. Now, far from the glamor, the neighbors complain that there is no supervision and that thieves have taken everything that was worth anything. The sloppiness situation is such that the tunnel giving access to the track during the career is completely flooded. And a bridge that cost two million now only used by homeless to spend the night. Neighbors call on the Government to seek a profit by Circuit pending someday return to Formula 1.