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Ecclestone tired of current New Jersey organisers

Bernie Ecclestone has admitted he's had enough of the current race organisers running the proposed Grand Prix of America in New Jersey. Leo Hindery Jr. and Port Imperial Racing Associates (PIRA) are currently in charge of bringing Formula 1 to New Jersey. However the race has been postponed twice due to financial and construction issues. Ecclestone, who lent the organisers around $10 million to keep the project going as they seek additional investment, says they're in breach of their contract and he's looking for someone else to take over. "I've kept it going because somebody might come up and there has been two or three people who are interested and are looking into it," he's...
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