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Two new teams for 2015 - Ecclestone

id="story_continues_1" itemprop="description"> Two new teams are likely to be on the starting grid next season, says Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone. Motor sport's world governing body, the FIA, announced in December that it was seeking expressions of interest from potential new entrants. Gene Haas, one half of Nascar's successful Stewart-Haas Racing team, is thought to be keen to join Formula 1. Another newcomer could be Serbia and Germany-based StefanGP, run by former Hispania and Midland boss Colin Kolles. Asked about Haas, Ecclestone replied: 'I think they have asked to be admitted.' The 83-year-old then added: 'They will be accepted, and we've also...
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