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U.S. team among two new entrants set for F1 in 2015

Formula One commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone says a U.S. backed team headed by Gene Haas is among two new teams the sport is likely to admit next season. Speaking on Sunday ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix, Ecclestone said he had held discussions with the sport's governing body, the FIA, and there was agreement about expanding the grid next season. 'They will be accepted, and we've also accepted another team as well, although whether they'll make it or not is another story,' Ecclestone said when asked about a possible Haas entry. 'I've spoken to (FIA President) Jean Todt and we agreed yesterday.' The initial deadline for a decision on new 2015 entries expired at the end of February, but...
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