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F1 heading for Azerbaijan debut according to Ecclestone

Almost a year ago, Bernie Ecclestone stunned F1's headline writers when he said plans were afoot for a race in Baku. Seasoned journalists quickly discovered it is the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan, an oil-rich former soviet state at the crossroads of Asia and Europe. Now, London's Times newspaper has quoted the F1 chief executive as saying Baku could be on the annual calendar as soon as next year. "They are talking about 2015," said Ecclestone. "That may be a bit soon unless it is the end of the season. That is a possibility but 2016 is more likely." To Azerbaijan's north is Russia, whose president is Vladimir Putin, a man with controversial views on...
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