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GP of Long Beach, no charge and all expenses paid?

Formula 1 has a long history in the United States of America. Some of the sport’s greatest and worst moments have all occurred on American soil and the return of F1 to Austin Texas has been, by many accounts, a successful venture. While the New Jersey Grand Prix is in a state of on-again, off-again status with regards to the F1 calendar, some have voiced an interest in a return to Long Beach California as the West Coast leg of a three-pronged attack on American’s attention spans. The Long Beach location is now playing host to the Indycar series but that contract ends in 2015 and former Long Beach Grand Prix stakeholder, Chris Pook, has been making noise about a return, which is a bit...
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