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Formula E eyes New York street race

Formula One could lose its chances of hosting a Grand Prix in New Jersey if Leo Hindery junior, the organiser of the proposed race, doesn't get a move on. This is because the boss of the Formula E electric racing series says he too is working with authorities on hosting a street race in New York according to an article in Forbes by Christian Sylt.Formula E launches in September and will race on ten tracks in city centres such as Los Angeles, Miami and Monte Carlo. 'We are working with New York but we are kind of waiting to see what happens with Formula One,' said Formula E's chief executive Alejandro Agag.In 2011 Hindery announced the Grand Prix of America, a race which was due to take...
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