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Promoter worried about Canada Grand Prix future

Promoter worried about Canada Grand Prix future 11 April, 2014 Race promoter Francois Dumontier admits he is worried about the future of the Canadian Grand Prix. He told French-language La Presse newspaper that Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve needs to urgently conclude its talks with Formula 1 authorities about extending the current contract beyond the June race. '60 days before the 2014 Grand Prix, there is an urgency,' the usually low-profile Dumontier admitted. 'It is true, unfortunately, the sustainability of the Canadian Grand Prix is not yet assured.' He said he is in negotiations with Bernie Ecclestone for a new ten-year contract, 'covering the period 2015 to 2024″. But...
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