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German Grand Prix 'in trouble'

The future of the Nurburgring is far from certain Sutton Images Enlarge Bernie Ecclestone believes the future of the German Grand Prix is in doubt after he failed in a $50 million bid for the Nurburgring, according to a report in City AM. The historic Nurburgring alternates hosting the race with Hockenheim, but is up for sale after taking out a $370 million loan for redevelopment in 2009. Ecclestone made the bid in January but admits the future of the race is now up in the air. "The German Grand Prix is in trouble because they haven't got any money," said Ecclestone. "It is in trouble because it used to be supported by the council but now the European Commission has said...
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