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FIA confirms 19, not 22-race calendar for 2014

The FIA has confirmed that previously-scheduled races in New Jersey, Korea and Mexico will in fact not take place in 2014. It is believed that South Korea is dropping out as organisers baulk at the high sanctioning fees. "Losing the 2014 race had been expected to a degree," an official is quoted by the Yonhap news agency. "We will push hard to get it back for 2015." Mexico, meanwhile, has been unable to get its former 1992 grand prix venue ready in time. "I believe 2015 can really happen," Mexican driver Sergio Perez is quoted by the Mirror. "We are a lot closer now than we were a couple of months ago." Like the similarly-dropped Korea and Mexico, New...
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