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Conflicting fortunes for race organisers

Formula 1 will return to Austria this year. Red Bull/Getty Images Formula 1 will return to Austria and head to Russia in 2014. But for New Jersey, the situation is somewhat cloudier. A new season is slowly creeping over the horizon, with Formula 1’s workforce frantically preparing the new breed of machines that will hit the track in Jerez in three weeks’ time. There will be conflicting fortunes: someone has to finish top of the class and another will end up with the wooden spoon. But for now, there is some anxious work ongoing. It’s a similar situation in a couple of locations separated by the Atlantic Ocean. The calendar will feature 19 races this season, with Korea bidding...
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