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Pook still pushing for Long Beach F1 return

F1's search for a second home in the United States could yet lead it back to a previous abode, following the sport's decision to offer an expression of interest in acquiring the lease to the Long Beach Grand Prix.Chris Pook, who oversaw the birth of the event as a round of the F1 world championship in 1976, has made no secret of the series' interest in returning to southern California as it looks for another US-based event to support the successful grand prix in Austin, which moves into its third year in 2014. With the proposed event in New York/New Jersey looking increasingly likely to be stillborn, despite Pook being drafted onto the organising committee last year, Long Beach offers a...
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