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Indian GP organisers seek meeting to pursue 2015 return

Indian GP organisers seek meeting to pursue 2015 return 7 March, 2014 Start of the 2013 Indian GP The promoter of the now defunct Indian Grand Prix has vowed to meet with F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone and try to get the New Delhi race back on the 2015 calendar. Following the sport's gripes with the Indian tax situation since the inaugural race in 2011, Formula 1 chief executive Ecclestone said this week he does not plan to reschedule the race – which will also not take place this year – for 2015. 'At the moment, India won't be on for next year for sure,' Ecclestone said. 'Probably 2016.' Sameer Gaur, boss of the race's non-governmental promoters Jaypee, said that in the wake of...
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