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No German GP in 2017 – Ecclestone

Dec 16, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone is not confident about the future of the German GP. Just a decade ago, the country was still in the grip of Michael

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Vettel baffled by F1 demise in Germany

Nov 03, 2015No Comments

Sebastian Vettel says the declining interest in formula one of his home nation Germany is “a mystery”. His comments follow the popular return after more

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German GP demise ‘serious’ for ...

Mar 31, 2015No Comments

Norbert Haug has lamented the demise of Germany’s historic grand prix. “It does not send the right signals about the car industry in Germany,” the

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Germany will not host a GP in 2015

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

The last slim hope for this year’s German grand prix now appears over. With the embattled Nurburgring unable to fulfil its agreement to host the

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Nurburgring saved by a Russian billionaire

Oct 31, 2014No Comments

After the Capricorn deal fell through, a new owner for the German grand prix venue at the Nurburgring has already been found. Until recently, the

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Nurburgring buyout deal set to collapse ...

Oct 01, 2014No Comments

The fate of the German grand prix venue at the fabled Nurburgring is once again in serious doubt. Recently, we reported that after the embattled

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Ecclestone vows to respect Hockenheim contr...

Jun 20, 2014No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has played down the threat to Hockenheim’s future on the F1 calendar. The track’s current contract is for a race this July, and

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Hockenheim fate depends on new Nurburgring ...

Jun 18, 2014No Comments

Hockenheim’s F1 future is up in the air. The circuit has a contract with Bernie Ecclestone until 2018, whereby it annually alternates the German grand