The Olympic Stadium could be the home of the London Grand Prix in the future.
President and CEO of Formula One Bernie Ecclestone revealed a company called Intelligent Transport Solutions Ltd have run the idea of having a London Grand Prix past him and the prospect of using the Olympic Stadium as the venue.
Ecclestone confirmed: "They (Intelligent Transport Solutions Ltd) came up with a scheme whereby Formula One would race around the stadium, inside it, outside it. They wanted to make sure I would be interested."
The London based company join four other bidders who have put forward plans for the future use of the stadium to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).
The LLDC has also received bids from football clubs West Ham and Leyton Orient, as well as the University of East London, whose bid includes a cricket academy for Essex CCC, and the University College of Football Business, who are an affiliate of Bucks New University.
West Ham had originally been selected as tenants before a legal challenge from Tottenham led to the process being started a second time.