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Canadian GP set to sign eight-year extension

The Canadian Grand Prix is likely to remain on the calendar until 2022 at its home in Montreal according to the city's mayor, Denis Coderre. Speaking during a visit to New York, Coderre said the city was closing in on a new contract with Formula One Management to keep F1 for at least another eight years. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve's current contract is due to expire after this years June 8th race. "Sleep tight, it [F1] will be there next year," he said, adding: "We are within weeks of signing [the contract]. We just need to make sure that everything is in place." Bernie Ecclestone recently demanded the facilities be upgraded due to their age and it seems the...
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