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French Grand Prix in line for return

Lotus F1 Team Formula 1 could return to France in 2015, according to Bernie Ecclestone. Ecclestone says that a contract is on the table for the sport to return to Magny Cours, which hosted the French Grand Prix between 1991 and 2008. The event was dropped after organisers failed to find sufficient funding ahead of the 2009 season and mooted races at other venues in the country have yet to materialise. "We have got a contract on the table with France for a race at Magny-Cours," Ecclestone told Racer magazine. "To meet the terms of our contract, the organizers will need money and we will want some kind of guarantee that it's not going to be a one-night stand. It was...
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